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PREFACE. 



From sources as authentic as any that can be found in profane records 
we give in our Third Edition* of Irish Pedigrees the "Origin and Stem of 
the Irish Nation," and, so far as we could find, the genealogies of the 
families which branched from that ancient stem ; together with the 
genealogies of Anglo-Irish and Anglo-Norman families which settled in 
Ireland from time to time since the English invasion. 

In this Volume are given some 257 additional genealogies which we 
collected, most of them in the MSS. Library of Trinity College, or in the 
Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, since that Edition was compiled ; with a 
few of the genealogies contained in that Edition, which we have been 
able to enlarge or correct since that Work was published : amongst them 
being the genealogies of the " Bennett," '^ Dillonf ," "■ MacGrath," 
"O'Brien," "O'Byrne,""0'Donel,""0'Shea,""0'Toole,"'Turcellf, "and 
" Sweney " families, &c. But, in our desire to meet the wishes of friends 
who urged the publication of this Work " as soon as possible," we regret 
that all those additional genealogies are not, in their regular alphabetical 
order, given with the others in the early pages of the Volume : because 
we went to Press before we had completed our investigation of some of 
those additional pedigrees. It is, therefore, that some of the genealogies J 
are given in pp. 195-225, and others in the Addenda, in pp. 599-G55. 

In the Corriijenda (which commence at p. 657) we give the corrections, 
among which at p. QQQ see No. 9 on the " Cotter " pedigree ; and we 
there give some of the genealogies more fully than we were able to give 

* Edition : Published in 1881 by M. H. Gill and Son, Dublin. 

+ Dillon and Pur cell : For the origin of the sirname " Dillon " see p. (5G9 ; and 
for a sketch of the " Purcell " family see p. 674. 

% Genealogies : As errors are likely to occur in every compilation, we shall be glad 
to be corrected, if in error ; and to receive any information of general interest relatino- 
to any pedigrees and historical matter contained in this Volume. Any informatioii^ 
however, not founded upon fact, is of no use genealogically ; but if accompanied by 
documentary proof or authentic references, it shall receive attention, and, after care- 
ful examination and comparison, corrections will be made, if necessary, in the next 
£ditiou. 



VI PEEFACE. 

them in the body of the Work. Among these it will be seen are the 
genealogies of "Claiborne," "Cleborne," "Cleburne," "Clibborn," 
" Curwen," etc.: all of which, though correct in the main as they are 
given in pp. 197-210, we have lately been able to enlarge. As now 
inserted in the Corrigenda, however, these genealogies will bear the 
strictest scrutiny. In others of the genealogies in the Corrigenda we 
make only the more important corrections. But, should we live to see 
a second edition of this Work, and that we are sustained in its publication 
expenses, we shall therein give each pedigree in proper sequence and its 
regular alphabetical order ; as well as put in dictionary form at the top 
of each page of the genealogies the first three letters of the name of the 
family pedigree thereon given ; as we do in the Addenda to this Volume. 

A careful perusal of some of the Papers in the Appendix, particularly 
those numbered G, 7, 8, and 9, will show that in the wide field of our 
genealogical research we have been unable to collect all the Irish and 
Anglo-Irish Pedigrees ; but we are satisfied that we have collected all the 
Irish pedigrees that are preserved in our public archives, or that escaped 
the ravages of the Elizabethan Wars, and the Strafford and Cromwellian 
devastations, in Ireland. And some of the Papers in the Appendix, 
particularly those numbered 8, 9, 10, 11, IG, 17, 18, 20, 27 and 28, will 
account for the settlement, for the first time, of some families in certain 
counties in Ireland ; but, in the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigkfes 
(which may be considered a " Companion Volume " to this Work) may be 
ascertained the Irish origin of many of the siruames mentioned in those 
Papers. 

Some of the " new comers " settled in Ireland during the Elizabethan 
Wars*; many of them in the time of Sir William Petty ;f others of them 

' * nVt/'-f ; For a description of the state of Ireland in the reign of Queen Elizabetli, 
see Sir Charles Gavan Dufty's " Bird's Eye View of Ireland "; and, for a description 
of Ireland in the Commonwealth period, see our "Dedication," commencing at p. 4. 

t Petty : It may interest our readers to know that Sir William Petty was the 
first to introduce into Ireland what is known as Quit Rent : that is, one penny per 
acre (or 10s. per quarter or 120 acres) of land held by each of the then Irish Pro- 
prietors, to be paid to Queen Elizabeth " for ever," in consideration for which each 
Proprietor was made to believe that he would be confirmed in his possessions, and 
protected by the Government against all breakers of the law. When, however, 
through Petty's Survey, the Government became cognizant of the extent of land 
possessed by each Irish Catholic Proprietor, there was almost in every case a wholesale 
confiscation of their Estates ; the rulers of provinces, counties, or districts in Ireland 
largely sharing in the result of those confiscations. But that it would be invidious, 
perhaps, to do so, we could name several of the present families in our native county 
(Mayo), whose ancestors thus obtained large tracts of the land then confiscated in 
that county. — See p. 032 for the Indenture made between Sir John Perrott, for and 
on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, of the one part, and the Lords, Chieftains. Gentlemen, 
Freeholders, etc., in the " Countie of Mayoe," of the other part. 



PREFACE. Vli 

during the Viceroyalfcy of the Earl of Strafford, who ruthlessly- 
dispossessed, particularly in the province of Connaught, almost all the 
Catholic Proprietors, but especially the Catholic Proprietors of the Irish 
race, in his time in Ireland. Of Strafford's government we read in 
Darcy M'Gee's History of Ireland, Book viii., p. 93 : 

" The plantation of Con naught, delayed by the late King's death and abandoned 
among the new King's Graces, was resumed. The proprietary of Connaught had in 
the 13th year of the late reign paid £3,000 into the Record Office, Dublin, for the 
registration of their Deeds ; but the entries not being made by the Clerk employed 
(for that purpose), the title to every western county, five in number, was now called 
in question. The Commissioners to enquire into defective Titles were let loose 
on the devoted Pro\ince, with the noted Sir William Parsons at their head ; and the 
King's title to the whole of Mayo, Sligo, and Eoscommon was found by packed, bribed, 
or intimidated Juries. The Grand Jury of Galway refused to find a similar verdict, 
and were in consequence summoned to the Court of Castle Chamber, and sentenced to 
pay a fine of £4,000 each, to the Crown. The Sheriff who empanelled them was 
sentenced to pay a fine of £1,000 ; even the Lawyers who pleaded for the actual pro- 
prietors were stripped, of their gowns ; the Sheriff Darcy died in prison ; and the work 
of spoliation proceeded." 

The Irish genealogies which are collected in our Irish Pedigrees and 
in this Volume are carried down to the lineal representative of each 
family living when such family was deprived of its patrimony, to make 
room for the new settlers, according as each English or Scotch migration* 
landed in Ireland ; but most of the Anglo-Irish and Anglo-Norman 
genealogies recorded in our "Works are brought down to the Common- 
wealth period. Members of many of the present Irish families will see 
in one or other of the Lists given in this Volume the names of their 
ancestors who first obtained grants of Land, and settled in Ireland during 
the Elizabethan, Straffordian, Cromwellian, or Williamite Confiscations : 

And Oh ! it were a gallant deed 

To show before Mankind 
How every race and every creed 

Might be by love combined : 
Might be combined, yet not forget 

The fountains whence they rose ; 
As, filled by many a rivulet 

The stately Shannon flows. 

* Migration: The first English migration came into Ireland in 1168, in the reign 
of King Henry II. From that period down to the end of the reign of Henry VIII, 
there were seventy-eight such migrations.— See p. 688 of the Third Edition of our 
Irish Pedigrees. 



Vlll PREFACE. 

While O'Clery brings most of the Irish genealogies contained in his 
book down to a.d. 1636 ; MacFirbis, to 1666 ; and O'Ferrall's Lbiea 
Antigua, to 1708, it is only in a few cases that, in any of those great 
works, the localliy of any representative of an Irish family living at those 
respective periods is mentioned : possibly, because under the Laws of 
Tanistry the locality in which was situate each family patrimony in 
Ireland was in those times well known. To MacFirbis, however, we may 
look, so far as their genealogies are contained in his book, for the lineal 
representatives of the Irish, Anglo-Irish, and Anglo-Norman families 
living when the Estates of the Irish " Papist Proprietors " and of the 
Irish " Delinquent Protestants "* were confiscated, under the Cromwellian 
Settlement of Ireland. 

The Books of the Commonwealth,! however, which are now deposited 
in the Public Record Office, Dublin (and which through the kind per- 
mission of the amiable Sir Samuel Ferguson, Q.C., Deputy Keeper of the 
Rolls in Ireland, we have carefully consulted), enabled us to locate nearly 
all the Irish families whose Estates were forfeited during the Cromwellian 
Confiscations. One of those Books (No. 12 on the Catalogue, p. 233 of 
this Volume), which is marked in the Public Record Office I. E. 10. 115, 
and whose Title is " Forfeiting Proprietors, Listed," gives the counties, 
baronies, and in most cases the localities in which resided the Irish 
Landed Gentry whose Estates were then confiscated ; but, unfortunately, 
the names of the Lauded Gentry whose Estates were confiscated in the 
counties! of Carlow, Wicklow, Clare, Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, and 
part of the counties of Mayo and Sligo, are not included in that 
Volume. 

No. 56 on the said Catalogue (whose Title is '' Transplanters' Cer- 
tificates," and) which is marked I. E. 10. 123 ; together with two other 
Volumes which are also deposited in the Public Record Office, Dublin, and 
there respectively marked I. C. 8c. 126, and I. C. 8c. 127, are the only ones 
now extant which give the names of the Transplanters from any of the 



* Delinquent Protestants : By this designation were known the loyal Protestants 
who sided, or were suspected of sympathy, with their King, the unfortunate 
Charles I. 

f Commonwealth : The Books of the Commonwealth which are forthcoming, 
consist of fifty-six volumes, and are all in Manuscript. 

X Counties : 8ee, at p. 247 of this AVork, the Preface to the Commonwealth Volume 
"Forfeiting Proprietors, Listed." 



iPEEFACE. IX 

fifteen Revenue Precincts ■' into which the Government of the Common- 
wealth then divided Ireland. The Volume I. E. 10. 123 here mentioned 
includes the names of Transplanters from the City of Limerick ; and the 
baronies of Kilmallock, Kenry, Connello, Coshma, Owneybeg, Coshlea, 
Coouagh, Smallcounty, Pubblebrien, and Clanwilliam, in Limerick County. 
The Volume I. C. 8c. 126 (whose Title is " A Booke of Entries of the 
Certificates returned from the Commissioners of Revenue of the severall 
Precincts in Mounster : By the Commissioners of Eevenue within the 
Precinct of Clonmel,'") includes the names of Transplanters from the 
counties of Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford, Cork, and Kerry ; and the 
Volume I. C. 8c. 127 (whose Title is "A Booke of Entries of the Certificates 
returned from the severall Precincts in the Province of Leynster : 
By the Commissioners of Revenue within the Precinct of Dublin,") 
contains the " Entries of persons' names unto whome Certificates 
haue been graunted " in the following counties : King's County, West- 
meath, Meath, Louth, Dublin, Wexford, Kilkenny, Queen's County, 
Kildare, and Carlow. 

It thus appears that names of Transplanters in five out of the six 
counties at present in Munster, and in ten counties in Leinster, are given 
in the above mentioned Volumes ; but the Volumes containing the names 
of the Transplanters from the Province of Ulster in the Commonwealth 
period are not forthcoming — are not, at least, among the Books of the 
Commonwealth deposited in the Public Kecord Ofdce, Dublin. And there 
were no Transplanters from the Province of Connaught, nor from the 
county of Clare ; for, it was in Connaught and the county of Clare, that 
the Forfeiting Proprietors of the other Provinces! in Ireland, who 
obtained Transplanters' Certificates, were transplanted. If, however, 
any Volume of Transplanters' Certificates of the Commonwealth period 
has been lost, the names of the Transplanters therein recorded are, no 
doubt, included in the '' Inrolments of the Certificates of the Commis- 
sioners appointed for hearing and determining the Claims of Transplanted 
Persons, in the Province of Connaught and county of Clare : Preserved 



* Precincts : The names of those Precincts were : 1. Dublin. 2. Trim, 3. Athy 
(in some printed State Papers this name is incorrectly given as " Athboy"), 4. Kilkenny, 
5. Wexford, 6. Waterford, 7. Clonmel, 8. Cork, 9. Kerry, 10. Limerick, 11. Galway, 
12. Athlone, 13. Belfast, 14. Belturbet, 15. Derry. 

t Provinces : The names of the Transplanters from the Provinces of Leinster and 
Munster, contained in the above-mentioned Volumes, are given in pp. 328-358 in our 
Appendix. 



PREFACE. 

in the Office of the Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer, Dublin." 
The names appearing in those Inrolments are given in the Paper No. 9, 
at p. 359 in the Appendix to this Vohime. 

Judging by the " Original Marking " of the Books of the Common- 
wealth now extant, it would appear that at least thirty- six of those 
Records are lost ; but it will be seen that even those of them that are 
forthcoming, and which are summarized* in the Paper No. 5 (p. 235) in 
the Appendix, throw much light on the proceedings in Ireland during the 
Commonwealth period : 

" I am inclined to think," says Sir Bernard Burke. " that in no other country can 
be found a more curious or important series of historical books than these of the 
Commonwealth in Ireland ; and, while one cannot but regret the disappearance of so 
many volumes not in any way accounted for, it is fortunate that so many remain.; 
as they present in very considerable completeness the course of the Government of 
Ireland during the Commonwealth Rule." 

In the " Books of Survey and Distribution" (to which we shall pre- 
sently refer,) may be seen the names and addresses of the " Forfeited 
Proprietors " of the Commonwealth period, in any of the counties of 
Ireland ; together with the names of the persons to whom those forfeited 
Estates or portions of them were then conveyed. As (see p. 1) the. 
"Books of Survey and Distribution" embrace twenty large Volumes, it 
would be impossible for us to give their contents in this Work ; but (see 
p. 469) the Paper No. 21 in the Appendix gives a clear idea of the nature 
of the information which those important Volumes contain. The 
reader who wishes to consult any of those Volumes, or any other Volume, 
Will, Eecord, or Document deposited in the Public Record Office, Dublin, 
can there do so on payment of the small fee of one shilling. 

In the Paper No. 20 in the Appendix, p. 452, we give " The names in 
the Grants under the Acts of Settlement and Explanation " (1661-1665) ; 
and (see p. 438), in the Paper No. 19, we give a brief Abstract of the 
Enactments contained in those Acts. 

We also give the names of the Regicides of Charles I. ; the Declara- 
tion of Charles II., and the Restorees and Nominees mentioned in that 
Declaration ; the Grantees of Land in Ireland, under the " Commission 

* Savimar'tzed : The Summary of those Records in the Report of the 1st of Feb., 
18S2, to the ^Master of the Rolls in Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, the Keeper of the 
State Papers in Dublin Castle, is so lucid, that, in preference to our own voluminous 
Notes of the Contents of the Commonwealth Records, we liave respectfully ventured 
to adopt Sir Bernard's Summary. — See pp. 27-52 of the •' Appendix to Fourteenth 
Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland." 



PREFACE. XI 

of Grace ;" the names in the Inrolments of Adjudications in favour of 
the A.D. " 1649 Officers ;" and the names of those in the Catalogue of the 
Reports and Schedules addressed to the Court of Claims, who claimed as, 
or in right of, Soldiers of the Commonwealth in Ireland. 

From the Book of Survey and Distribution for " Leitrim, Sligo and 
Tyrawley " (marked I. C. 1. 20), we give in the Paper No. 21, p. 469 in 
the Appendix, a few of the entries under the counties of Leitrim and Sligo ; 
but, as a tribute of affection for our native home, we give in their entirety* 
in that Paper the names of the Landed Gentry in the barony of Tyrawley 
and county of Mayo, in the memorable year, a.d. 1641. 

For the information contained in the Papers Nos. 22, 30, 31, and 32 
in the Appendix we are indebted to the courtesy of Mr. J. Casimir 
O'Meagher, of Mountjoy-square, Dublin ; to whom we were also indebted 
for information respecting the Irish Brigades in the service of France, etc., 
mentioned in the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees. 

But, while in the Spanish Netherlands, France, Spain, and other 
European countries Irishmen have shed lustre on their native country, 
we venture to say that nowhere and under no circumstances have they 
displayed more heroism, magnanimity, dauntless enterprise, genius, 
dignity, burning zeal, good citizenship, unsullied fidelity, and adminis- 
trative power, than in the Service of America.! As to them in exile the 
Laud of the " Stars and Stripes " had been a refuge and a home, for that 
Land our countrymen with willing hearts have fought, and bled, and died. 
Whenever disaster seemed to threaten the Great Western Republic, either 
from foreign power, or internal discord. Irishmen were the first to grasp 
their swords, and the last to sheathe them ; until her foes had been 
vanquished, and the smiles of peace had returned to brighten and beautify 
her once more through the length and breadth of her vast and God-favoured 
Empire. It is therefore that we in Ireland should feel proud of their 
exploits ; and it is therefore that we ourself feel pleasure in herein 
recording the names mentioned in Paper No. 34 (p. 563-584) in the 
Appendix. In that Paper we give a List of the Officers in the Irish- 
American Brigades during the American War of 1861-1865, between the 



* Entirety : If God spares us, we mean to give in a future Work the names of all 
the Landed Gentry in Ireland, in 1641 ; and the names of the persons who succeeded 
to those Estates or to portions of them. 

f America : For the "Early Irish Settlers in America," see the Celtic Maejazine 
(New York : Halligan and Cassidy,) for April and May, 1883 ; which m ill well repay 
perusal. 



XU PREFACE. 

Northern and Southeru States, on the Slave-Emancipation question ; 
when, unhappily, the Federal Army" of the North was pitted against the 
Confederate Army of the South, That Federal Army was, it will be 
remembered, chiefly composed of Meagher's Irish Brigade and of Corcoran's 
Irish Legion (two distinct Brigades), besides several Regiments and many 
Companies in the "Union" Volunteers, coming from certain States of 
the Union, all of whom served in the Federal Army ; but in the Con- 
federate Army in that War were many distinguished Officers,! Irish by 
birth or descent, whose names if we knew them we would also herein 
gladly record. Among those were General "Stonewall" Jackson, General 
Patrick Clayborn, General (uow United States Senator) Mahone, etc. In 
a future edition, however, we hope to be able to give the names of all the 
Irish Officers in the Confederate Army ; together with the names of any 
Irishmen (by birth or descent) who at any time filled the Office of Presi- 
dent of the United States of America, or of Governor of any State in the 
Union ; or who in any other position in any of our Colonies shed lustre 
on their Nation and their Race. For any assistance which we receive in 
the compilation, or publication, of such a " Roll of Honour," we shall 
feel obliged. 

We shall also thankfully receive any contributions sent to us towards 
the compilation of " The Ancient Sovereign Houses in Ireland and 
THEiE Modern Representatives," which we are prepared soon to publish, 
if we are sufficiently sustained in the publication expenses of that work ; 
and we shall thankfully acknowledge any assistance we receive for that 
purpose. 



* Army : Besides the Irish Brigade and the Irish Legion in the Federal Ariny, 
there were several Begiments distinctively Iri.'ili in different States, and many Irish 
Companies ; besides many Irish Officers whose Companies were partly Irish, snch as : 

The o7th New York Volunteers ('• Irish Eitles "). 

The 40tli do. do. (•'Tammany Regiment "). 

Colonel Cass's Pejmsylvaaia Regiment. 

Colonel Mulligan's Chicago Regiment ; etc. 
So that the names of the Irisli Officers in the service of America woiild. even with 
their brief records, till a good-sized volume ; not to speak of the Irish Officers who 
held command in the " Rebel " or Confederate Army. We might observe that every 
full Regiment had about thirty-five Officers. 

t Officer-^ : The names of the Officers in Meagher's Irish Brigade are taken from 
Captain Conyngham's " Irish-American Brigade and its Campaigns," published in 1S66 ; 
and the names of the Officers in Corcoran's Irish Legion are taken from the Official 
Report of the Adjutant- General of the State of New York. If in either Return it be 
found that we omitted any name which ought to be inserted, we beg to say that such 
omission was unintentional. 

There is, we find, a large number of Irish Officers at present in the Regular Army 
of the United States of America. 



PREFACE. Xm 

At the end of this Vohime we give a " List of Subscribers," who, up 
to the time of our going to press with that List, contributed towards the 
publication expenses of this Work. But we are bound to say that some 
of the Subscribers were pleased to send us subscriptions larger than those 
which they requested us to insert after their names ; while some Friends 
have requested to appear on the List as "Anonymous" ; and others have 
sent us Donations, with the request that their names or donations should 
not be published. We shall hope that others in whatever clime their 
lot is cast, and who are blest with means, will also kindly assist us to 
meet the heavy pecuniary liabilities which we have incurred by the 
publication expenses of this Volume. 

In the fervent hope that the knowledge of the relation which the 
lineal descent of the present Royal Family bears to the ancient Eoyal Stem 
of Ireland, would conduce to a kindly and sympathetic feeling on behalf 
of her Gracious Majesty towards our suffering country, we, with profound 
respect, humbly forwarded to Queen Victoria a copy of the Third Edition* 
of our Irish Pedigrees ; in pp. 40-44 of which that lineal descent is 
carefully traced. It is needless to say that Her Majesty graciously 
accepted and acknowledged the Volume. 

And, because in the Penal days of Ireland Catholic Spain generously 
afforded a friendly asylum to many of our then exiled countrymen, we 
also forwarded for the acceptance of King Alfonso another copy of that 
Work ; in pp. 44-45 of which is given the lineal descent of the Spanish 
Royal Family down to King Philip V. That Volume was also graciously 
accepted and acknowledged. 

After the "Indexf of Sirnames" are given the names of other Personages 
to whom copies of the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees were also re- 
spectfully forwarded ; and next are given the " Opinions of the Press " on 
that Edition, from Newspapers and Periodicals in the Old and New World. 

As the Book of Genesis and the Writings of the Apostles contain 
expressions and conceptions respecting the Creation, which cannot be 
clearly interpreted unless by the latest results of Geological Science, we 
give in pp. xxv.-xxxi. of that Work, " Notes on the Duration of Man's 

* EdUion : A copy of that Edition as well as a copy of this Work may be seen in 
the Ijibrary of the House of Commons, and in the Library of the House of Lords, 
London. 

+ Index : In the General Index is given any word, name, or passage employed in 
the body of the Work, that occurred to us as of sufficient importance to bring under 
the reader's notice; and in the "Index of Sirnames" we believe wc give every 
family name mentioned in any and every page of the Volume. 



XIV PREFACE; 

Existence upon the Earth*"; in which, guided by geological laws, we have 
ventured to interpret those expressions and conceptions, without con- 
flicting in any manner with the account of the Creation contained in the 
Sacred Volume ! In our great veneration for the Visible Head of the 
Church to which we belong, we respectfully forwarded a copy of that 
Edition also to Pope Leo XIII, , for his gracious acceptance ; earnestly 
requesting the consideration by His Holiness of the views which we 
humbly propound in those " Notes." It was our privilege to receive 
from the Holy Father, per the Eight Rev. Doctor Kirby, Bishop of Lita, 
and Eector of the Irish College in Eome (through whom the Presentation 
was made), the following courteous reply : 

"Rome, 30th December, 1881. 
"Dear Sir, 

" I had the pleasure to receive your esteemed letter of the 25th instant, which was 

followed by your Work on the ' Irish Pedigrees ' a day or two after. I hasten to 

inform you that I had the honour of an audience with the Holy Father on yesterday, 

and I availed myself of the occasion to present him with your Work, which he 

gi-aciously received. 1 explained to him its object. He looked over it with interest, 

and said that he would have it placed in the Library, He was pleased to authorize 

me to send to you, together with his thanks for the Work, his Apostolic Benediction, 

which I trust will be a help and an impulse to you to continue to CTnploy your 

superior talents for the advantage of our holy religion and country, in the production 

of works useful to both ; thus meriting for yourself at the proper time the encomium 

and promise of Divine Wisdom : ' Qui elucidant me vltam cpternam habebunt.' Wishing 

you every success in your most laudable undertaking, and all the blessings and 

graces of this holy season. 

" I am, yours sincerely, 

" (J* T. KiKBY, Bishop of Lita, etc. 
" John O'Hart, Esq., 

" Eingsend, Dublin." 

It only remains for us to express our grateful acknowledgments to 
Sir Samuel Ferguson, LL,D,, Q,C., and the Officers in his Department 
with whom we came in contact in the Public Record Office ; to John K, 
Ingram, Esq,, LL,D., the Librarian of Trinity College, and his obliging 
Assistants ; to the Rev, M, H, Close, M.A,, Major MacEniry, John T. 
Gilbert, Esq., F.R.S., and J. J, MacSweeney, Esq., all in the Royal Irish 

* Earth : It may interest our readers to look through those " Notes " in their 
entirety ; for, without entering into any religious controversy whatever on the subject, 
we venture to say that they will help to throw light on the Edenic period of Man's 
existence before his first sin ! 



PREFACE. XV 

Academy, Dublin : for the uniform kindness and courtesy which we ex- 
perienced from each and every of them during our tedious researches in 
their respective Institutions. 

As this Work unveils the ancestors of many of the present Irish, 
Anglo-Irish, and Anglo-Norman families of various shades of religious 
and political opinions, we have endeavoured in its pages to subserve no 
sect or party. And we beg to say that, while our Ieish Pedigrees and 
our Irish Landed Gentry are necessarily vational in character, there 
is nothing in them to wound the feelings of Celt or Saxon, Catholic or 
Protestant, Liberal or Conservative. 

Hardinge,* in his " Circumstances attending the Civil War in Ireland, 
in 1641-1652 " (Dublin : M. H. Gill, 1866), truly says : 

' ' In the rise and progress of Empii-es, as naturally as in the lives of men, there 
are events concerning which the biographer or historian would willingly remain silent, 
did not the salutary lessons to be derived from them demand publication." 

That sentence we freely adopt on our Title-page, and we heartily 
endorse the sentiment it contains. We shall rejoice that we did not 
remain "silent," if the publication of the events which we record in this 
Work will conduce to the removal of the causes for discontent which have 
long distracted our afflicted country : 

" Long thy fair cheek was pale, 
Eiri a ruin — 
Too well it spake thy tale, 

Eir6 a rMn ; 

Fondly-mirsed hopes beti'ayed, 

Gallant sons lowly laid, 

All anguish there pourtrayed, 

Eii'e a ruin." 

JOHN CHART. 
RiNGSEND School, Ringsend, 
Dublin : July., 1884. 



* Hardinge : See Hardinge's "Epitome" MS., in the Royal Irish Academy, 
Dxiblin. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... i. 

References ... ... ... ... ... ..._ ... ... 1 

Dedication ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 

Irish and Anglo-Irish Pedigrees ... ... .. ... ... ... 23 

Do. do. ... ... ... ... ... ... 195 

Addenda ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 599 

Corrigenda ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 657 

APPENDIX. 

1. English and Scotch Planters in Ireland, /p???/). Queen Elizabeth ... ... 227 

2. Causes which led to tlie War in Ireland, of 1641 ... ... ... 2.31 

3. Regicides of Charles I. ... ... ... ... ... ... 231 

4. Catalogue of the Commonwealth Records in Ireland ... ... ... 233 

5. Summary of the Commonwealth Records ... ... ... ... 235 

6. Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland under the Cromwellian Settlement ... 247 

7. Inrolments of the Decrees of Innocents under the Commonwealth Rule in 

Ireland ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 305 

8. Persons Transplanted in Ireland in 1G53 and 1G54 ... ... ... .328 

9. Inrolments of the Connaught Certificates to the Pei'sons Transplanted ... 359 

10. The " Forty-nine " Officers in Ireland ... ... ... ... ... 372 

11. Soldiers of the Commonwealth in Ii'eiand ... ... ... ... 411 

12. Inrolments of the Certificates for Adventurers, Soldiers, etc.. in Ireland, in 

the Commonwealth Period ... ... ... ... ... 424 

18. Declaration of King Charles II. ... ... ... ... ... 424 

14. Restorecs of King Charles II., in Ireland ... ... ... ... 426 

15. Instructions of Charles II., to His Commissioners, in Ireland ... ... 432 



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16. Grantees of Charles II., in Ireland ... ... ... ... .. 433 

17. Nominees of Charles II., in Ireland ... ... ... ... ... 4.S4 

18. Commission of Grace ... ... ... ... ... ... 4.S6 

19. Abstract of the Acts of Settlement and Explanation ... ... ... 438 

20. Names of Persons in the Grants, under the Acts of Settlement and Explanation 452 

21. Books of " Survey and Distribution," in Ireland ... ... ... 469 

22. Irishmen who served in the Spanish Netherlands ... ... ... 494 

23. The Irish Parliament of King James II., a.d. 1689 ... ... ... 429 

24. Eetinue of King James II., in Ireland, in 1690 ... ... ... ... 505 

25. King James's General and Field Officers, in Ireland, in 1690 ... ... 507 

26. Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland, under the Williamite Confiscations ... 512 

27. Grantees of Estates forfeited in Ireland, under the Williamite Confiscations 514 

28. Purchasers of Estates forfeited ia Ireland, under the Williamite Confiscations 518 

29. Sketch of the Irish Brigades in Foreign Countries ... ... ... 52 1 

30. The " Wild Geese " ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 523 

31. Descendants of the " Wild Geese " ... ... ... ... ••■ 524 

32. The Irish Brigades in the Service of France : Paper No. 1 ... ... 526 

33. The Irish Brigades in the Service of France : Paper No. 2 ... ..531 

34. The Irish Brigades in the Service of America ... ... ... ... 563 

35. The Legislative Power in Ireland, in 1797 ... ... ■•• ••• ^85 

36. Parliamentary Constituencies in Ireland at the Period of the Union ... 592 

37. Foreign Religious Foundations by Irishmen ... ... ... ... 594 



Index ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ••• 677 

Index of Sirnames ... ... ... ... ... ... ••• 683 

Letters and Opinions ... ... ... ... ... ... ••■ 755 

Opinions of the Press ... ... ... ... •■• ••• 759 

List of Subscribers ... ... ... ... ... ... ••• 771 

Errata ... ... ... ... ... •■• ••■ ••• 774 



ADDITIONAL REFERENCES. 

(See next Page.) 



Besides the Works mentioned in pages 1-3 of this Volume we have 
consulted the following Authorities, among others, since those pages 
were printed : 

1. — Annals of the Four Masters. 

2. — Archdall's Monasticon Hibeiiucum, 

3. — Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

4.— Carte's " Duke of Ormond." 

5. — Collins's Peerage. 

6. — Dalton's "King James's Irish Army List." 

7. — De Burgh's " Landowners of L-eland." 

8. — De Burgo's Hibernia Dnmlnicana. 

9. — Fiants Elizabeth. 

10. — Freeman's " Norman Conquest." 

11. — Hanmer's " History of Ireland." 

12. — Hardiman's "West Connaught." 

13. — Hardinge on the " Circumstances attending the Civil War in 
Ireland, 1641-1652." 

14. — Harris's Hibernica. 

15. — Inquisitions in Chancery. 

16. — Jackson's "• Curwens of Workington Hall." 

17. — Jacob's Peerage. 

18. — Journal of the Irish Arch. Society. 

19. — Lodge's Peerage. 

20. — Magee's " History of Ireland," 

21. — Mills's " History of the Crusades." 

22. — Murphy's " Cromwell in Ireland." 

23. — Nicholson's "History of Westmoreland." 

24. — O'Conor's "Military Memoirs of the Irish Nation." 

25. — O'Laverty's " Historical Account of the Diocese of Down and Conor, 
Ancient and Modern." 

26. — Patent Bolls, temp. James I. 

27. — Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many. 

28. — Ware's" Antiquities of Ireland." 

29. — Wright's "History of Ireland." 

Etc. 

We are also indebted to the valuable labours of the Rev. Dr. Slaughter, 
whose "History of St. Mark's Parish, Virginia," contains much genea- 
logical information : and to the labours of Col. J. Chester ; Messrs. 
Atkinson, of Whitehaven; William Murray Robinson; George W. Hanson, 
of Maryland ; Gough, Nichols, etc. 



REFERENCES. 



The following are among the Works consulted for the information 
contained in this volume : 

1. — " Book of Postings and Sale of the Forfeited Estates in Ireland, 
1702, 1703" : deposited in the Library of the Koyal Irish Academy, 
Dublin. 

2. — *' Books of Survey and Distribution": which, in Twenty Volumes, 
are deposited in the Public Record Office, Dublin ; and which contain 
the names of the *' Forfeited Proprietors " in the thirty-two counties 
of Ireland, in 1641, and the names of the persons to whom those 
forfeited Estates, or portions of the Estates, were conveyed. Each 
Volume is numbered from I. to XX., and contains the names 
of the Proprietors in the county or counties opposite to each No. : 

Vol. I. refers to the County Clare. 

II. ,, County Clare, continued. 

III. ,, County Cork. 

IV. ,, Kerry and Waterford. 
V. ,, Limerick. 

VI. ,, Tipperary. 

VII. ,, Dublin and Wicklow. 

VIII. ,, Meath and Louth. 

IX. ,, Wexford and Kilkenny. 

X. ,, Kildare and Catherlogh (Carlow). 

XI. ,, Westmeath and Longford. 

XII. ,, King's and Queen's Counties. 

XIII. ,, Armagh, Down, and Antrim. 

XIV. ,, Fermanagh, Cavan, and Monaghan. 
XV. ,, Londonderry, Tyrone, and Donegal. 

XVI. ,, Gal way. 

XVII. ,, Galway, continued. 

XVIII. „ Mayo. 

XIX. ,, Roscommon. 

XX, ,, Leitrim, Sligo, and Barony of Tyrawley. 



2 REFERENCES. 

3. — *' Carew Papers " : in the Eoyal Irish Academy. 

4. — " Commission of Grace " : in E.I. A. 

5. — Commonwealth Eecords in Ireland : preserved in the Public Eecord 

Office, Dublin, and consisting of Fifty-six Volumes, including 

" Forfeiting Proprietors, Listed," which form the basis of this 

Work; and " Transplanters' Certificates," etc. 
6. — De la Ponce Manuscripts ; in E.I. A. 
7. — Duffy's "Bird's Eye View of Irish History." (Dublin: Duffy and 

Sons, 1882). 
8. — Gilbert's " History of Contemporary Affairs in Ireland, 1641-1652" : 

in E.I.A. 
9. — Gilbert's " History of the Irish Confederation, and the War in 

Ireland, 1641-1643 " : in E.I.A. 
10. — Harleian Society Publications (London). 
11.— Hay's " Irish Eebellion." (Dublin : 1803). 
12. — " Irish Court Eegistry." (Dublin : 1797). 
13. — " List of Claims (relating to the Williamite period) as they were 

Entred with the Trustees at Chichester House on College Green, 

Dublin, on or before the Tenth of August, 1700." 
14. — Lodge's Peerage. 

15. — " MacFirbis's Irish Genealogies : in E.I.A. 
16. — Manuscripts in Trinity College, Dublin. 
17. — Musgrave's " History of Irish Eebellions." (Dublin : 1801). 
18.—" National and Historical Ballads." (Dublin : Duffy, 1874). 
19. — O'Clery's Irish Genealogies : in E.I.A. 
20. — O'Donovan's " Genealogical Tables " : in E.I.A. 
21. — " Eecords of Ireland," (in E.I.A.) which are in three large Volumes, 

marked respectively: (a) "1810-1815"; (b) "1816-1820"; (c) 

" 1821-1825." These Volumes teem with valuable information 

respecting the Cromwellian and Williamite periods. 

(b) In this Vol., pp. 248-300, may be seen the names of Claimants in 
the " Catalogue of the Eeports and Schedules addressed to the 
Court of Claims," relating to the Commonwealth period. 

(cj In this Vol., commencing at p. 45 : " Abstracts of Grants of Land 
and other Hereditaments, under the Acts of Settlement and 
Explanation. A.D. 1666-1684." 

(c) Commencing at p. 329 : " Index of Persons in the Grants under 
the Acts of Settlement and Explanation," 



REFEEEKCES. 8 

(c) Commencing at p. 341 : " Index Nominum to the Original 

Certificates of the Court of Claims," Commonwealth period. 
(c) Commencing at p. 403 : *' Index Nominum to the Inrolments of 
the Certificates for Adventurers, Soldiers, etc.," Commonwealth 
period. 
(c) Commencing at p. 526: " Inrolments of the Decrees of Innocents," 

Commonwealth period. 
(c) Commencing at p. 616 : Index Nominum to the Inrolments of 

Adjudications in favour of the (year) 1649 Officers." 
(c) Commencing at p. 397 : " Index of Persons to whom were 

conveyed Estates forfeited in Ireland, in 1688." 
(c) Commencing at p. 348 : For the names of the former Owners of 
those Estates see '* Abstracts of the Conveyances from the Trustees 
of the Forfeited Estates and Interests in Ireland, a.d. 1688." 
22. — Sir Jonah Barrington's " Historic Memoirs of Ireland." (London : 

1835). 
23.— Teeling's " Irish Eebellion." (London : 1828). 
24. — " The State of the Protestants of Ireland, under King James's (II.) 
Government." (London : Printed for Robert Clavell, at the 
Peacock, at the West-end of St. Paul's, 1691). 
25. — " Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol. xxiv. — Antiquities." 
26.— Walpole's " Kingdom of Ireland." (Loudon : 1882). 
27. — Wood-Martin's " Sligo and Enniskilleners." (Dublin: Hodges, 
Figgis, & Co.) 
Etc. 



DEDICATION. 



HER LADYSHIP, THE ILLUSTRIOUS LADY HERBERT 

OF LEA. 



Madam, 

As an humble Tribute of my sincere gratitude for your goodness to 
me and your distinguished Patronage of my School during the last 
twenty-seven years, as well for your kind consideration of the vicissi- 
tudes of my Family, I beg leave most respectfully to inscribe this modest 
Work to your Ladyship : satisfied that, in the goodness of your heart, 
you desire the happiness and contentment of my poor bleeding country. 
Happily, also, there are benevolent Personages in Her Majesty's Govern- 
ment and in Her Majesty's Opposition, who would generously redress the 
wrongs — so far as those wrongs can be now redressed — which England 
in the past inflicted on Ireland ; but for which I am bound to say the 
present generation cannot justly be held responsible. 

Since the Enghsh Invasion of Ireland, there was no epoch more dis- 
astrous to the Irish people than the Commonwealth period ; when, for 
their devotion to Faith and King and Country, the Estates of the Irish 
" Papist" Landed Gentry were, wholesale, confiscated, to make room 
for the Cromwellian Settlement. That Settlement drove the " Irishrie" 
(one of my own ancestors among them) as outcasts on the world : as 
Slaves to the Sugar Plantations of Barbadoes ; or, as "Tories" or "Rap- 
parees," to seek shelter as best they could in Ireland, on the mountains, 
in the woods, or in caves.* 

* Caves : In his Camhreims Eversiis, Lynch states that Priests were then hunted 
like wild beasts ; and if any escaped death it was only after they had undergone un- 
heai'd of sufferings in the effort at once to dischai-ge their perilous duty to their people 
and to secure their own safety. In a letter entitled Apologia, still preserved in the 
library of Trinity College, Dublin, Dr. Nicholas French, Bishop of Ferns, in the 
county Wexford, writes : " I wandered (in 1649) through woods and mountains, gen- 
erally taking mj' rest and repose exposed to the hoar frost ; sometimes lying within caves 
and caveinis of the earth. In the woods and groves I passed moi'e than five months ; 



DEDICATION. 5 

The Civil War of a.d. 1641 is credited with being the came of the 
Commonwealth Confiscations in Ireland : I have therefore, without bias, 
gloss, or varnish, collected for your Ladyship's information i^assages of 
Irish History from English and Irish sources, Catholic and Protestant, 
bearing on the causes of the Irish discontent of that period. 

As a Eoman Catholic, Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, K.C.M.G-., in his 
BircVs Eye View of Irish History^ when he comes to narrate the atrocities 
perpetrated by the English in Ireland, especially in the reign of Queen 
Elizabeth, says : 

' ' Under the Tudors the assent of the Sovereign was not a figure of speech. 
Elizabeth personally scrutinized and sanctioned the measures adopted. She sent her 
thanks and even her blessing to her ' faithful George' (Carew) for his good services 
among the Munster Papists . . . These were the golden days of the good Queen 
Bess, when the gallant Raleigh flourished as a type of adventurous chivalry, and 
Edmund Spenser was the greatest but one of the poets who have made the age illus- 
trious. But the gallant Raleigh was in Munster during these transactions hunting 
for Irish lands ; he got forty thousand acres of the Desmond confiscation, and paid for 
them by services worthy of Nana Sahib . And the poet who was in attendance on his 
patron, to pick up the scraps and fragments, got also a scanty meal of forfeited lands ; 
and rivalled Giraldus Cambrensis, to serve the adventurers, with the pen which wrote 
the 'Faery Queene.' Of the daughtei's of Henry VIII. one has descended to posterity 
branded by the wi-ath of her subjects with the infamous title of the ' Bloody Queen' ; 
but it was not the lady who left Desmond without horn, or corn, or roof- tree upstanding: 
she, we are taught, was the grace and glory of her age." 

In summing up the events of the Elizabethan era in Ireland, Sir Charles 
writes : 

" Before quitting the reign of this queen it will be instructive to reiterate that 
her agents, not merely in the cases cited, but habitually, practised arts which we are 
taught to attribute only to Italian nobles and Eastern despots. To cut off dangerous 
chiefs some were trapped by proffers of friendship and made prisoners for life, some 



that, thus I might administer some consolation to the few survivors of my flock who 
had escaped from the merciless massacre, and dwelt thei'e with the herds of cattle. 
But neither woods nor caverns could afford me a lasting refuge ; for the heretical 
governor of Wexford, George Cooke, well known for his barbarity, with several troops 
of cavalry and foot soldiers, searching everywhei'e, anxious for my death, explored 
even the highest mountains and most difficult recesses ; the huts and habitations ad- 
joining, in which I had sometimes offered the Holy Sacrifice, he destroyed by fire ; 
and my hiding places, which were formed of branches of trees, were all thrown down. 
Amongst those who were subjected to much annoyance on my account was a noble- 
man in whose house he (Cooke) supposed me to be concealed. He searched the whole 
house with lighted tapers, accompanied by soldiers holding their naked swords in their 
hands, to slay me the moment I should appear. But, in the midst of all these perils, 
God protected me, and mercifully delivered me from the hands of this blood-thirsty 
man." 



6 DEDICATION. 

were poisoned with gifts of choice food sent to them with profuse pledges of friend- 
ship, others were slaughtered on their own hearths in the exercise of hospitality to 
their assassins, and many were inveigled to public conferences that they might be 
more conveniently murdered in batches. Not the Irish annals alone, but the State 
papers of the period, supply conclusive evidence of this system, and of the official 
authority under which it was practised. It helped, doubtless, to stamp on the native 
mind an ideal of Sassenach* duplicity which Englishmen find revolting and incredible." 

And Sir Charles adds, that in a petition to the English Commons, a.d. 
1640, the Presbyterians of the counties of Antrim, Down, and Tyrone 
declare that : 

"By the cruelties, severities, and arbitrarie proceedings of civil magistrates, 
but principally through the sway of the prelacy with their faction, our souls are 
starved, our estates undone, our families impoverished, and many lives amongst us 
cut off and destroyed . . . Our cruel taskmasters have made us, who were once a 
people, to become, as it were, no people — an astonishment to ourselves, the object of 
pittio and amazement to others." 



The Irish War of 1641. 

In his Kingdom of Ireland, Walpole, writing of the Irish Insurrection 
of 1641, says : 

" Upon the death of Strafford, the king, in deference to the views of the English 
Parliament, appointed Sir William Parsons and Sir John Borlace (an old soldier) to 
hold the office of lords justices of Ireland. The island to all appearance was in a 
state of complete tranquillity ; and though there were rumours of disaffection in the 
air, and some significant warnings were given, the lords justices paid them no atten- 
tion. But, notwithstanding this apparent quiet, the minds of the native Irish were 
greatly stirred by many things. There was a bitter feeling of suppressed hatred 
throughout the country. The wholesale confiscations were neither forgotten nor for- 
given, and the smouldering fire of discontent had only been prevented from bursting 
forth by the terror of Strafford's government. The religion of the people was pro- 
scribed by law ; and, though its free exercise was to a great extent winked at, and prac- 
tically, with the exception of an occasional outburst of intolerance, there was little or 
no persecution, the law might be put actively in force at any moment ; and, rightly 
or wrongly, a very general belief had got abroad that the English Puritans had 
determined to stamp out Poperyf in Ii-eland. The ruthless proscriptions of Elizabeth 

* Sassenach : This is the Irish word for " Englishman." 

t Popery : Some time before the Insurrection of 16-41, Sir John Clotworthy de- 
clared in a sjaeech in the House of Commons, that the conversion of the " Irish Papist" 
was only to be effected by the Bible in one hand and the sword in the other. About 
the same time Sir William Parsons asserted that, within the coming twelvemonths, 
no Catholic should be seen in Ireland !— See Murphy's " Cromioell in Ireland^ 



DEDICATION. 7 

had clone their work ; and a host of Irish had been driven over the sea with a fierce 
hatred of England in their hearts, to become hardy and experienced soldiers in tlie 
service of Spain, and to foster in exile the hope of revenge upon their great enemy. 
While, at home, Strafford's disbanded army, which was almost wholly composed of 
Irish Roman Catholics, was ready and waiting to be re-enlisted by the first popular 
leader who should concert a rising . . . All through the complicated events of the 
ensuing ten years we find four distinct parties, generally pulling in different directions : 
four antagonistic forces which nothing could reconcile. There was the old Irish party, 
whose aim soon resolved itself into separation from England ; the old Anglo-Irish 
party, whose object was civil and religious liberty, and no separation ; the Puritan 
party, which became complicated with the Presbyterian interest of the Scotch in 
Ulster, and was strongly anti-Irish in every sense ; and there was the Royalist party, 
personified by Ormonde, which trimmed between the three others, and had as its 
ulterior aim the crushing of the third by means of the other two." . . . 

Major Wood- Martin, an Irish Protestant, writes at pp. 2-3 of his 
Sligo and the Enniskilleners* : 

"It must be allowed, however, that the intolerance practised by Protestants in 
former reigns provoked retaliation ; and to the rivalry of creeds may be attributed, 
as much as to bad government, the fierce outburst of religious fanaticism in ]641_ 
The Irish priesthood were proscribed and exiled, and Protestant ministers filled their 
places. Laws were framed by Protestants in favour of Protestants, and penal statutes 
aimed at the extinction of the Roman Catholic religion and the annihilation of its 
priesthood . . . Roman Catholics were excluded from all military and public em- 
ployment. From the Lord Lieutenant to the hvimblest official, from the Commander- 
in-Chief to the lowest subaltern in the army, all posts were filled by members of the 
Protestant religion . . . The religious feelings of the Roman Catholics had been 
intensified by persecution and violence, and they were made bigots and fanatics by 
the favour shown to the Church establishment and its members." 



The Ibish Confederation.! 

As Gilbert's History of the Irish Confederation (1641-1643) throws 
much ligbt on the state of Ireland at that unhappy period, the following 
extracts from that great work are here given : 

"The main objects of the Confederates, according to their own statements," says 
Gilbert, ' ' were to defend themselves against attacks from the Puritans, to maintain 

* Enniskilleners : According to Harris's life of William III., the "Enniskilleners' 
were Protestants of the counties of Fermanagh, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Leitrim, 
and Sligo, who, in 1688, mustered in Enniskillen, and refused admission to the soldiers 
of King James the Second. 

t Confederation : Commonly known as The Kilkenny Confederation. 



8 DEDICATION. 

the Prerogatives of the Crown, as well as the privileges and rights of the Irish 
Parliament ; to reinstate the Eoman Catholic Church throughout Ireland, as it stood 
in the reign of Henry the Seventh, and to annul all penal laws against its members. 
Declaring by public oath their allegiance to the King (Charles I.), but, resisting the 
authority of the English Parliament, the Confederates, through their Supreme Council, 
organized forces, nominated commanders and officials, collected the public revemje, 
levied taxes, minted coin, treated with foreign powers, and governed a considerable 
part of Ireland. The administration thus established was long maintained by the 
Confederates, in opposition to the Government at Dublin and its army, which were 
aided by the English and Scotch settlers in Ireland, and those associated with them, 
as well as by large military and naval forces from England and Scotland. . . 

" For many years previous to IB-ll, causes of grave discontent underlay an 
apparently tranquil surface in Ireland, and conduced to prepare the way for revolt 
against the existing system of government so soon as favourable circumstances should 
present themselves. . . 

' ' The arrangements prescribed for the General or Supreme Council and the 
Provincial Councils were as follow : The General or Supreme Council of the whole 
Kingdom was to be constituted of representatives of the clergy, nobility, cities, and 
towns — three out of each province, and one out of each city or principal town. Each 
province in Ireland was to have a Council composed of clergy and nobility, and 
consisting of so many persons, at least, as there were counties in the province, with 
two repi'esentatives from every city or important town. The Provincial Councils 
were to be subordinate to the Supreme Council ; and to the latter, appeals were to be 
addressed. 

" To ' stop the way of untruths and forgeries of political adversaries,' who issued 
proclamations and instruments in the King's name, the congregation enjoined that no 
such documents should be accepted or credited until it had been ascertained that they 
had truly proceeded from the King, ' left to his own freedom ' ; and until the agents 
of the Irish, to be appointed by a National Council, should have free passage to 
his Majesty, whereby the Kingdom might be certainly informed of his intention 
and will." 

A.D. 1643. 

On the I6tli June, 1643, " A Declaration of the Lords and Commons 
Assembled in Parliament, concerning the present Lamentable Estate 
and Miserable Condition of Ireland, The Poore Protestants iu some 
places being forced to Kill their Horses to satisfie their Hunger, and 
very many others having perished by Famine," was ordered to be 
forthwith printed and published ; and on the 17th June, 1643, it was 
printed for I. Wright, in the Old Baily, London. From that Declaration, 
which exhibits the Puritan standpoint, the following extracts are here 
given : 



DEDICATION. 9 

"We the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, being by several 1 Letters 
fully informed both from the Lords Justices and Councell at Dublin, and also from 
other parts of the Kingdom of L'cland, of the extreamly necessitous condicio (condition) 
of the whole Army and the rest of the distressed Protestants of that Kingdome, out 
of a compassionate sence of the miseries of their brethren there, and their tender care 
to prevent the extirpation of the Protestant Religion so generally aimed at : have 
thought fit to publish to the view of all piously affected persons, the lamentable 
estate of that distressed Kingdome, which is now by the unhappy influence of our 
distractions here, reduced to that extremity that in most parts of the Army, our 
souldiers want bread for their bellies, cloathes for their backs, and sliooes for their 
feete, to give them a necessary subsistence, and in some parts they have been forced 
to Kill their Horses to satisfie their hunger, very many of the poore English in 
severall places haveing perished by famine. . . Nor can it be unknowne, that 
whatever bee pretended by the Eebells, yet the true causes heightning them to such 
a degree of barbarousnesse are, the inveterate hatred they beare to the true Religion, 
and their ambitious desires as is most evident by the severall Commissions from the 
Rebells, stiling themselves the ' Supream Counsell of the Confederate Catholiques of 
Ireland,' issued to Men of War whom they maintained at Sea to spoyle the trade of 
this Kingdome, making themselves absolute and independent of this Kingdome, and 
which is not a little fomented by all the Popish Party throughout Christendome, as 
appeares by the large contributions sent from all parts thither of Money, Armes, 
Ammunition, and experienced Commanders. . . Not to insist how much it imports 
all the Adventurers, Leaders, and Contributors, all Merchants and indeede the whole 
Nation to advance a considerable summe to what they have (already) applyed unto 
that worke for the now compleating thereof. . . These things considered, we 
desire that all well affected people would heartily apply themselves to prevent such 
mischiefe by chearefully contributing to so Pious a worke, which will be an Act in 
the esteeme of all the world very commendable and extreamly acceptable to God and 
all good men." 

The Adventurers were to have Lands in Ireland at the Eents and 
Bates '■' following : 

In Ulster, 1000 Acres for £200, at the yearly Rent of £4 4s. 4d., or about cue 
penny the Acre ; in Connaurjht, 1000 Acres for £300, at the yearly Rent of £6 5s., or 
l|d. the Acre ; in Minister, 1000 Acres for £450, at the yearly Rent of £9 Is. 6d., or 
2d. the Acre ; and in ' Lymster ' (Leinster), 1000 Acres, at the yearly Rent of 
£12 IDs., which is 3d. the Acre. 

A Million of Money was the sum to be disbursed by the Adventurers. Admitting 
that there existed a sufficient quantity of Escheated Land in each Province, then 
Adventurers would have : 



* Rates: According to "A Declaration of Both Houses of Parliament, concerning 
the Affairs of Ireland" (London : Printed for Joseph Hunscott, 1641); and which 
now (1883) may be seen at Mr. Patrick Traynor's, Bookseller, 29, Essex Quay, Dublin. 



10 DEDICATION. 

In Ulster, for £250,000, or a Quarter of a Million, 1,250,000 Acres. 

In Connaught, for a like sum 833,334 Acres. 

In Munster, for a like sum ... ... 555,556 Acres. 

In Lymster, for a like sura 416,667 Acres. 

If the Escheated Land in any one Province came short of these respective 
proportions, it was to be supplied out of those Provinces where the Escheated Land 
was redundant. 

The several proportions of Land to be assigned to the Adventurers in each 
province was first chosen out by the Commissioners, or those constituted by them, 
before any other of the Escheated Lands were disposed of. 

Every particular Adventurer was assigned to his distinct Province by one lot ; 
and to his distinct proportion of Land in that Province, by another lot. 

On the 20tb of June, 1643, according to Gilbert, the Supreme Council 
of the Irish Confederation issued the following Proclamation, which, from 
the Irish standpoint, states the causes which led to the War in Ireland, 
of 1641 : 

Proclamation.* 

" By the Supreme Councell of the Confederate Catholiques in Ireland : 
" Whereas his Majesties (Charles I.) most faithfuU subjects, the Confederate 
Catholiques of Ireland, were enforced to take armes for the preservacion of their 
religion, for the defence of his Majesties just prerogatives and rights, and the main- 
tenance of the rights and liberties of their country, laboured to be destroyed by the 
Malignant partie : And whereas his Majestic in his high wisdome and princely care 
of his said subjects' welfare and safetie, and att their humble suite, that his Majestic 
might be gratiously pleased to heare their greevances and vouchsafe redress therein, 
did direct there should be a Cessacion of armes, and thereuppon did authorize the 
Right Honnorable the Lord Marquess of Ormonde to treate of and conclude the said 
Cessacion with the said Confederate Catholiques : Know ye that wee, the said 
Councell, by the express Order and Authoritie of the said Catholiques by them con- 
caved and graunted in their Generall Assembly, held att Kilkenny on the twentieth 
day of the last moneth of May, and in pursuance of the said Order and Authoritie, 
creposinge especiall confidence in the wisdome, circumspection, provident care, honnor 
and sinceritie of our very good Lords, Nicholas Lord Viscount Gormanstowne, Donnogh 
Lord Viscount Muscry, and our wellbeloved Sir Lucas Dillon, Knight ; Sir Robert 
Talbott, Baronett ; Tyrlagh O'Neale, Esq. ; Geffrey Browne, Esq. ; Ever Mac Ennes, 
Esq. ; and John Waylsh, Esq., have constituted, appointed, and ordained, and by 
these presents doe constitute, appointe, and ordaine the said Nicholas Lord Viscount 
Muscry, Sir Lucas Dillon, Sir Robert Talbott, Tyrlagh O'Neale, Geffry Browne, Ever 

* Proclamation : The names of the Signatories to that Proclamation will give the 
reader an idea of the social position of the persons who constituted the Supreme 
Council of the Irish Confederation, and of the objects for which they confederated. 



DEDICATION. ll 

Mac Ernies, and John Waylsh, our Commissiouers, and doe by these presents give and 
graunt unto our said Commissioners, or any five or more of them, full power and 
authoritie to treate with the said Lord Marquess of Ormonde of a Cessacion of armes, 
for one whole year, or shorter, and to conclude the same for the tyme afforesaide 
uppon such terms, condicions and articles as to the said Commissioners afforesaide, 
shall seem proper in their ratifinge and confirminge whatsoever act or acts our said 
Commissioners as afforesaide shall doe or execute concerninge the said Cessacion. 
" Given att Kilkenny, the 20th of June, 1643. 

(Signed. ) 

"MOUNTGARRETT. CaSTLEHAVEN, AtJDLEV. 

Maurice de Rupe et Fermoy. Nettervtlle. 

I"r. Thomas Fleming, Archbishop of Dublin, Primate of Ireland. 
Malachias (O'Queely), Archiepiscopus Tuamensis. 
Nicholas Plunket. Edmund FitzMorice. 

Patrick Darcye. Rob. Lynch. R. Bellings.* " 



A.D. 1646. 

On the 5th of June of this year the battle of Benburb was fought 
upon the slopes of ground called the Thistle Hill, from being the 
property of the Thistles, a family of Scotch farmers ; about six miles 
below Kinaird (now Caledon;, in the county Tyrone. 

At that battle the Irish were victorious, under the command of the 
celebrated Owenf Eoe O'Neill. The leaders under him were : Brian O'Neill, 

* Bellings : This Richard Bellings, the eldest son of Sir Henry Bellings, was the 
Seci'etary and a Member of the Supreme Council of the Kilkenny Confederation. He 
inherited considerable estates in the counties of Dublin, Wicklow, and Kildare. 

t Owen: Owen Roe O'Neill was born in Ulster, and at an early age, as "the gates 
of promotion were closed at home," entered the Spanish Service. At the first outbreak 
in Ireland, in 164:1, he was sent for ; but it was not until the latter end of June, 1642, 
that Owen embarked from Dunkirk, with many of the officers and men of his own 
regiment, and supplies of arms. He sailed round the north of Scotland to Donegal, 
where he landed ; and was immediately conducted to Charlemont, and invested with 
the command of the Irish forces in Ulster. Owen sustained himself for four years 
against Monro on the one side, and Ormond on the other ; vmtil he fought and won 
the battle of Benburb. In 1649, the country being exhausted, Owen made a truce 
with Monk, Coote, and the Independents — a truce observed on both sides, although 
Monk was severely censured for it by the English Pai-liament. On the 12th of 
October, 1649, O'Neill concluded a treaty with Ormond ; and, ere it was signed, he 
sent 3,000 men under Major-General O'Farrell, to join Ormond, which they did on 
the 25th of October of that year. Owen himself strove with all haste to follow, to 
encounter Cromwell, who had mai'ched south after the sack of Drogheda ; but, 
although anxiously expected by Ormond, O'Farrell, and the southern corps and army, 
Owen was unable to reach them, for, having contracted some disease (it was believed 
that he was poisoned), he struggled with it for a short time, and lingered till the 6th 
of November following. He died at Clough Ougiiter Castle — then the seat of 
Maelmorra O'Reilly, and situated on a rock in Lough Oughter, some six miles west 
of Cavan. According to Meehan's Flight of the Earls, Owen Roe O'Neill was buried 
in the Franciscan Convent, Cavan. 



12 DEDICATION. 

Con O'Neill, Cormac O'Neill, Hugh O'Neill, and the brothers Sir Phelim 
and Turlough O'Neill ; and the following Chieftains with their Clans : 



1. MacMahon, Bernard 

2. Colonel 

3. MacNeny, Colonel Patrick 

4. Maguire, Koger 

5. O'Farrell, Colonel Pilchard 



G. O'Eeilly, Colonel Philip 
7. O'Eeilly, Maelmorra, known 
from his great strength as 
" Miles the Slasher." 



The following families also sent troops to sustain O'Neill at Benburb. 
From Cavan : Fitzpatrick, Fitzsimons, MacBrady, MacCabe, MacGowan. 
From Connaught : MacDermot, MacGauran, MacTernan, O'Connor, 
O'Kelly. From Donegal : O'Dogherty, O'Donnell. From Derry : 
Manus O'Cahan. From Down : Sir Constantino Magennis. From 
Armagh : the O'Hanlons ; and from Tyrone : the O'Hagans. 

On behalf of the English in Ulster, at that time, Major-General 
Eobert Monro commanded ; and the leaders under him were — Lord 
Blaney, Lord Conway, and Lord Montgomery, etc. 

Shortly after the battle was won, Monro's ammunition blew up ; he 
fled to Lisburn ; wrote an apologetic dispatch to the Irish Committee in 
London ; burnt Dundrum, and devastated most of Down. At this 
juncture, O'Neill, having increased his army, prepared to break in on 
Monro, with the hope of expelling the last invader from Ulster, when 
the command of the Nuncio reached Owen at Tanderagee, ordering him 
to march southward to support that Ecclesiastic. In obedience to the 
Nuncio, O'Neill unwillingly abandoned the fruits of his victory at 
Benburb, and marched to Kilkenny. 

According to Murphy's "Cromwell in Ireland," the Scotch Parlia- 
ment in 1646 ordained that the Irish prisoners taken at and after the 
battle of Philipshaugh should be executed without any assize or process 
of law ! Clarendon says that the Parliamentary party had sworn utterly 
to extirpate the whole Irish race ; and Borlase says that " the orders of 
the Parliament were excellently well executed ! " A Captain Swanley 
seized a transport bound from Ireland to England, with one hundred 
and fifty men on board, sent by Ormond to King Charles the First. Of 
those captives, Swanley selected seventy, whom he threw overboard, 
" simply because they were Irish'' ; and in the journals of the House of 
Commons of England it is recorded, that the said Swanley was called 
into the House, thanked for his "good service," and voted a chain of 
gold to the value of £200. 



DEDICATION. 13 



A.D. 1649. 



During eight years, up to 1649, the Irish Confederation remained 
supreme in the government of Ireland. King Charles the First having 
been beheaded by the Puritans, in England, Lieutenant- General Cromwell 
was, on the 30th of March, 1649, appointed by the Parliament Commander- 
in-Chief of all the English Forces in Ireland. 

On the 22nd June, his Commission as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 
was read in the House of Commons ; it was resolved that the Civil and 
Military Power be joined in one person, that the Commission be for three 
years, and that a Commander-in-Chief be named under him : this latter 
provision meant Henry Ireton. 

Wednesday the 1st of August was, by Act of Parliament, kept a 
Public Fast throughout England and Wales, " Appointed to call upon 
God for a blessing upon Cromwell's Forces, against the Papists, and 
others the Enemies of the Parliament of England, in Ireland"; which 
" hath had, among others, these results"'' following" : 

" There were 3,000 of Cromwell's Forces safely arrived at Dublin, from Chester, 
Liverpool, and other Parts thereabouts, which made Lieutenant-General Jones 8,000 
strong in Dublin, which was then blockt up by the Marquess of Ormond, the Lord 
Inchiqueen, and Major-General Preston, who had the whole command of all Ireland 
then in their power, except only that Garison of Dublin, in Leinster ; and London- 
derry in the North of Ireland, kept by Sir Charles Coot, which was then also blockt 
up ; and the Fort at the River mouth also of Derry taken by Sir Robert Stuart, and 
Colonel Mervin, who commanded the forces in the Siege at Derry. 

"On the 13th of August, Cromwell, with his ' Armado,' being ready in South 
Wales, set out to sea towards Ireland, with thirty-two ships from Milford Haven, 
leaving Major-General Ireton to follow with more. 

"On the 15th of August, Cromwell landed in Ireland ; and on the 16th of August 
Major-General Ireton also sailed from Milford Haven with forty-two sail of ships, all 
of which, with some others, to the number in whole of about one hundred, arrived 
safe at Dublin, about a week after they first set out. 

" On the 11th of September, Drogheda was taken by storm, by Cromwell and his 
Forces, who slew Sir Arthur Aston, the Governour ; Sir Robert Hartlepoole, some 

* Results : See " A History or Brief Chronicle of the Chief Matters of the Irish 
Warres, with a Perfect Table or List of all the Victories obtained by the Lord Generall 
Cromwell, Governour-Generall of Ireland, and the Parliament's Forces under His 
Commands there : from Wednesday the First of August, 1640, to the Twenty-sixth 
of this present July, 1G50. Published by Authority. Printed at London for Robert 
Ibbitson, dwelling in Smithfield, near Hosier Lane ; and to be sold by Peter Stent, 
over against the Bible in Giltspur street. 1G50." (A copy of that History may be 
seen at Mr. Patrick Traynor's, 29 Essex-quay, Dublin ; and will repay perusal.) 



14 DEDICATION. 

Irish young Lords, four Colonels, forty-two Captains and Lieutenant-Colonels and 
Majors, forty-four Lieutenants, two hundred and twenty ' Eeformadoes ' and Troopers, 
almost all the Officers of forty-four Companies, and two thousand five hundred foot 
soldiers. 

" On the 12th of September, Mr. Peters, the Minister, came to Dublin from 
Milford with the rest of the Forces to joyne his Excellencie (Cromwell). Colonel 
Venables took the Garison of Newry ; and afterwards routed eight hundred horse 
commanded by Colonel Mark Trevor. . . 

"On the 11th of October, Cromwell took Wexford * by storm, and in it fifty-one 
pieces of Ordnance, besides those in ships ; forty vessels in the Harbour, and great 
store of plunder. Two thousand of Ormond's souldiers were slain in the town. . . 

"In December, Major Stanley took Drumcree, a Garison of Ormond's. Colonel 
Sir Ilardresse Waller, with Recruits from the West of England, landed at Kinsale, 
and thence marched to joyne Cromwell. . . 

A.D. 1650. 

"In January, Colonel Cook with Colonel Jefford took from Lord Inchiqueen 
the Garison of Ranous. 

"Captain Barrow sallied out of Arklow, and slew some of Ormond's men that 
besieged it. Captain William Walker took Tymon Castle, kept by Lieutenant 
Bryan. 

" On the 25th January, A party of Lord Inchiqueen's Forces having retaken the 
Castle of Deep, Colonel Cook with Colonel Shelburne inarched thither and retook it. 

' ' Cromwell took Kilkenny Castle. 



*■ Wexford: Some breaches having been made in the walls of the Castle, the 
governor asked for a safe conduct for four persons to discuss the situation with 
Cromwell. The pass was obtained, and the four ambassadors, of whom Captain 
Stafford, Commander of the Castle, was one, proceeded on their mission. Cromwell, 
writing to England of that mission, says, "While I was preparing the answer, 
studying to preserve the town from plunder, that it might be of more use to you and 
your army, the Captain, who was one of the commissioners, being fairly treated, 
yielded the Castle up to us." What happened in Wexford on the capture of the town 
was, says Murphy, " a repetition of the infamy perpetrated at Drogheda." Archbishop 
Fleming, of Dublin, writing to the Secretary of Propaganda in Rome, says : " besides 
two thousand soldiers, many priests, some religious, and innumerable citizens were 
massacred." But, says Murphy, "the crowning atrocity of the massacre remains to 
be mentioned : Three hundred women assembled in the public square, and flocked 
round the great cross which stood there ; hoping that Christian soldiers would be so 
far softened by that emblem of mercy as to spai^e the lives of unresisting women " : 

He found them there — the young, the old, 

The maiden and the wife ; 
Their guardians brave in death were cold, 

Who dared for them the strife. 
They prayed for mercy — God on high ! 

Before Thy cross they prayed — 
And ruthless Cromwell bade them die, 

To glut the Saxon blade ! 

—See Cromwell in Ireland (Dublin ; Gill & Son, 1883), by the Rev, Denis Murphy, S.J, 



DEDICATION. 15 

" On the 1st of February, Captain Heibotle, with Captain Thomas Walker took 
the Castle of Ballimoi-e. 

" Cromwell took Fethard, a Garison of Ormond . • . 

"Major-General Ireton took Arsinom, and slew thirteen of Ormond's men in 
taking it. 

" Cromwell settled the county of Tipperary all but seven Garisons, so that they 
were then to bring in £1,500 a month contribucion. 

" In March Colonel Cromwell landed at Youghal from Milford Haven with more 
Recruits. 

" The Lord Broghill and Colonel Henry Cromwell being joined with their Forces, 
defeated Lord Inchiqueen near Limerick. Slew 160 ; and took 120 prisoners : among 
them, Colonel Thompson, Colonel Jackson, and others. 

" Dublin supplied with Coals and Corn from Milford Haven. 

" Colonel Reynolds defeated the Earl of Castlehaven near Leighlin. 

" Colonel Johnston, Lieut. -Colonel T. Langhorne, and Major Syms (all Chief 
Officers under Lord Inchiqueen) being taken, were shot at Cork, for deserting the 
service of the Parliament of England. 

" Lord Inchiqiieen sent desires to Cromwell, of reconciliation. 

" On the 21st of March, Gowran Castle, being summoned by Cromwell and re- 
fusing to surrender, was attacked ; upon which the common souldiers (that they 
might have quarter themselves) delivered up their Officers — amongst whom were 
Colonel Hammond, Major Townley, and a ' Popish Priest.' 

" Colonel Abbot took Enisnag, where two Officers were hanged, who revolted 
from Colonel Jones. 

"Adjutant-General Sadler battered Polkerry near Clonmel ; and, the enemy re- 
fusing to come out, he stormed it, put thirty odde to the sworde, and the rest 
remaining obstinate were fired in the Castle. 

" On the 10th of April, Lord Broghill with Captain Dean's and Captain Jennings' 
troops, his own and Colonel Warden's, Major Powell's and Captain Bishop's and about 
800 foot of Sir Hard. Waller's, Colonel Phaire's and Colonel Rive's, fell upon the 
enemy at Macrump, and totally routed them ; killing many and taking prisoners 
their General the Bishop of Rosse, who was hanged before Carrigadrahad Castle . . . 

" In May, Enniskillen taken ; and Clonmel taken. 

" On the 6th of May, Colonel Reeve's Recruits landed safe at Cork and Pile, and 
came into Cork. 

" Captain Pen took away divers Beeves and Sheep from the Garison of Innis- 
scattery (" Scattery Island "), in the mouth of the River Shannon. 

" By Patent dated 29th May, Cromwell made Ireton Lord Deputy ; and about 
the 30th of May quitted Ireland. 

" On the 1st of June, the Lord Deputy Ireton sent a summons from Clonmel to 
Waterford, upon which Preston treated. 

" At the Battle of Ticroghan were taken the Bishop of Clogher, General. Killed 
on the Irish : The Lord of Enniskillen ; Colonel The Bishop of Down ; Shane O'Cane 
(O'Cahan) ; Major-General Henry Roe O'Neal ; General O'Neal his son. Colonel of 
Horse ; Nice MacCallaKelagh ; Colonel Hugh MacGuier ; Colonel Phelemy MacTool 



16 DEDICATION. 

O'Neal ; Colonel Hugh MacHahan ; Lieutenant-Colonels Torlogh O'Boyle, Shane 
MacDonnell, James Donnelly, Fhelemy O'Neal, Adjutant-General Torlogh O'Neal. 
Taken Prisoners : Shane O'Haggan ; Henry O'Neal, Quartermaster; General Saxton. 
Majors Killed : Phelemy O'Neal ; Don. O'Neal ; Emer MacQuillan ; John MacGuier, 
Captain of Horse ; Art Oge O'Neal ; Colonel Maghan ; MullHoUand ; O'Quine ; 
Farrall, Captain of Foot ; Stewart ; Fergus Farrell ; Bryan O'Neal ; Owen O'Quine ; 
George Russell ; James MacCartan ; Patrick O'Connolly ; Donnell MacGuier Gal- 
lagher ; Bryan MacGil ; Teige O'MacHugh ; MacOge O'Quine ; Cormacke O'MuUen ; 
Hen. Kannalds ; Conagher ; Three Priests and Fryars : 3,000 slain in all . . . 

"The Parliament for manifestation of their high and extraordinary sense of so 
signal and seasonable mercies," says Scobell, " have thought it fit and their duty to 
set apart a time for publick and solemn thanksgiving, to be rendered to the Lord, the 
Author of these mercies. And they do therefore enact and ordain that Friday the 
26th of July (1650) be observed and kept as a day of publick and holy rejoicing and 
thanksgiving to the Lord, in all the churches and chappels and places of Divine 
Worship within this Commonwealth of England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of 
Berwick-upon-Tweed. And that the Ministers of the respective parishes and places 
aforesaid be, and hereby they are required and enjoyned to give notice on the Lord's 
Day next preceding the said 26th of July, of the day so to be observed : to the end, 
the people of the severall congregations may the more diligently attend the publick 
exercises of God's Worship and Service, then to be dispensed upon that occasion ; at 
which time, that the people may be the more particularly informed of this great 
Deliverance and Successe, the said Ministers are hereby required, and (under the 
penalty set down in the Resolves of Parliament of the 9th of July, 1649) enjoyned to 
publish and read the 'Act and Declaration expressing the Grounds and Reasons 
thereof.' And for the better observation of the Day, the Parliament doth hereby 
inhibit and forbid the holding or use of all Fairs, Markets, and servile works of Men's 
ordinary callings upon that day : And all Mayors, Sheriffes, Justices of the Peace, 
Constables, and other officers be, and are hereby enjoyned to take speciall care of the 
due observance of the said Day of Thanksgiving accordingly. 

"Hen. Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti." 

The following Extract from p. 322, Part VI. of Gilbert's Ilistorij of 
Affairs in Ireland, above mentioned, shows that some of the Irish Chiefs 
held their Castles against the Army of the Commonwealth, so late as 
Jmie, 1G52 : 

DONOGH O'HaRT. 

" Articles of Agreement made and concluded by and between Donogh O'Hart,* 
of the one-" parte, and Major Robert Orniesby, on the other parte, in behalfe of Sir 
Charles Coote, Knight and Baronett, Lord President of Connaght, for and concerning 

* O'Harl: See No. 120 on the " O'Hart" Genealogy, p. 193 of the Third Edition 
of our " Ieish Pedigrees," 



DiSDIOATION. 17 

the surrender of the Castle or Holt of Newtowne, in the barrony of Drumaheare (and 
county of Leitrim), iinto the said Lord President or whome hee shall apoynt for the 
Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, June 3d., 1652 : 

1. " The said Donnogh O'Hart doth conclude and agree to deliver up the said 
Holt of Newtowne with all the amies, ammiinicion and necessaries of warr not here- 
after excepted, unto the said Lord President or whome hee shall apoynt, at or by 
twelve of the clocke to-morrow without prejudice or embezilment. In consideracion 
whereof the said Major Ormesby doth conclude and agree that the saiil Donnogh 
O'Hart and those souldiers in that Holt shall have quarters for their lives, and shall 
have liberty to march away with their bagg and baggage, without impeachment, 
except amies and ammunicion. 

2. "The said Donnogh O'Hart (if hee desire the same) shall have a protection 
graunted to him and his men, to live in the State's Quarters, with his and their 
families, as to other protected persons. 

3. " That the said Donnogh O'Hart shall have the full benefitt of the little coriie 
that hee and those souldiers in pay in the said Holt sowed themselves, without rent, 
or contribucion for this yeare, and a howse assured them to keep their coriie in, safe 
from any under the Parliament's comand. 

4. "The said Donnogh O'Hart (if hee submit to protection) shall haue for this 
yeare the grazeing of twenty cowes free from contribucion. 

5. "The said Donnogh O'Hai't is to haue the small boat and cotts which hee hath 
on Newtowne Lough without any impeachment. Lastly : the said Donnogh O'Hart 
is to haue six musquiteers and six pikes allowed him and his men out of their amies, 
which they are to deliver up, with his owne sword (in case hee submitt to protection, 
for his necessary defence against Tories, which hee is to give security shall not bee 
employed against the State." 

Here, so late as June, 1652, we find Donocli O'Hart the possessor of 
the Castle of Newtown, m the parish of Dromleas, barony of Dromaheare, 
and county of Leitrim ; while in the Civil Survey and in the Book of 
Survey and Distribution for the County of Leitrim (see Extracts from 
the latter Book in the Appendix) the name of Captain Parke " is entered 



* Parke: The letters "C. S." prefixed to Captain Parke's name in that entry, in 
the Book of Survey and Distribution, indicate that the said entry was taken from the 
Civil Survey, or that the said Parke was a CromweUian Soldier ; but, in either case 
the entry is misleading, for the CromweUian soldiers were not disbanded, at soonest, 
before September, 1653, and up to that time they certainly had received no grants of 
Land in Ireland. Among the names of those who (see the Paper in the Appendix, 
headed "Soldiers of the Commonwealth, in Ireland ") claimed as Soldiers, or in right 
of Soldiers, who served in Ireland in the Commonwealth period, is that of Captain 
Parke, who is there entered as claiming "in right of pre-emption" ; but it is not 
mentioned from whom he "purchased" the townlands above stated to have been in 
his possession in 1641. Before the Books of Distribution were compiled, in 1666, 
Captain Parke could have purchased from the CromweUian soldiers the towidands 
respectively assigned to them ; and thus Parke's name could, in the List of Claims 
above mentioned, appear as claiming " in right of pre-emption." 



18 DEDICATION. 

as the Proprietor of said Newtown in 1641. But, as Captain Parke was 
a Cromwelliau soldier, and that no Cromwellian Settler obtained any 
grant of Land in Ireland previous to 1G53, the mistake of entering his 
name, instead of that of Donogh O'Hart, as the Proprietor of Newtown 
in 1641, is quite evident. Among the Troopers* who claimed as Soldiers 
under the Act of Settlement, the name " Parke " first appears in this 
country ; and, according to the Genealogical MSS. in the Library of 
Trinity College, Dublin, there was no Parke family in Ireland before the 
Commonwealth period. 

The Eestoration. 

After the Eestoration, King Charles II. issued his famous Declaration, 
dated the 30th of November, 1660, with reference to the Settlement of 
Ireland ; which see in the Appendix. Accordingly, in the Parliament 
begun at Dublin on the 8th day of May, 1661, and there continued by 
several Prorogations unto the 26th day of October, 1665, an Act was 
passed : 

(1) " For the better Execution of His Majesties Gracious Declaration For the 
Settlement of His Kingdome of Ireland, and Satisfaction of the severall Interests of 
Adventurers, Souldiers, and other His Majesties Subjects there" (Dublin : Printed 
by John Crook, Printer to the Kings Most Excellent Majestic. 1662). 

And again, " An° Regni Caroli Secuudi Kegis Anglise, Scotife, Franciae, 
et HibernicT, 17'^": 

(2) *' An Act For the Explaining of some Doubts arising upon An Act Intituled 
An Act for the better Execution of His Majesties Gracious Declaration for the Settle- 
ment of His Kingdome of Ireland, and Satisfaction of the severall Interests of Ad- 
venturers, Souldiers, and other His Subjects there ; And for making some alterations 
of, and additions unto, the said Act, for the more speedy and effectual Settlement of 
the said Kingdome (Dublin : Printed by John Crook, Printer to the Kings Most 
Excellent Majestic, and sold by Thomas Dancer, Bookseller in Castle Street. 1665)." 

These two Acts (which are in one Volume) are known as the " Acts 
of Settlement and Explanation." The following Extract from the Pre- 
amble of the above first mentioned Act (1) will, from the Puritan stand- 
point, throw light on the critical state of Ireland in the Cromwellian 
period : 

* Troopers: According to Wood-Martin, the following are among the names of 
the Cromwellian Troopers who were disbanded in the county Sligo : Allan, Armstrong, 
Barber, Barclay, Benson, Black, Brown, Carter, Charlton, Cole, Davis, Dennison, Duke, 
Fleming, Gilbert, Gilmore, Glass, Grey, Hall, Henry, Hughes, Huntex", Irwin, Johnston, 
Lang, Little, McKim, Macklin, Mcllroy, Morrison, Nichols, Noble, Pnrke, Porter, 
Reynolds, Rogers, Smith, Trimbel, Wallis, White, Williams, Wilson, Winne. 



DfiDlCATlON. 19 

The Preamble. 

" Whereas an unnatural Insurrection did break forth against your Majesties 
Royal Father (Charles I.) of ever blessed Memory, his Crown and Dignity, in this 
your Majesties Kingdom of Ireland, upon the 23rd of October in the year of our Lord 
God, 1641, and manifest itself by the murther and destruction of many thousands of 
your said Majesties good and loyal subjects ; which afterwards universally spreading 
and diffusing itself over the whole Kingdom, settled into and became a formed, and 
almost National Rebellion of the Irish Papists against your Royal Father of blessed 
Memory, his Crown and Dignity, to the destruction of the English and Protestants 
inhabiting in Ireland, the which Irish Papists being represented in a General Assembly 
chosen by themselves, and acting by a Council, called by them, ' The Suprevie Council 
of the Confederate Roman Catholics of Ireland,^ did first assume, usurp, and exercise 
the power of Life and Death, make Peace and War, leavy (levy) and coyn Money, 
and many other Acts of Sovereign Authority, treating with foreign Pi'inces and 
Potentates for their Government and Protection, and afterwards acted under a foreign 
Authority ; by all the said ways disowning* and reiecting (rejecting) your Royal 
Father, and your Majesties undoubted Right to this Kingdom . . . And more- 
over presuming to pretend his late Majesties most sacred Authority, even for their 
worst actions, all which they did to frighten his good Pi'otestant Subjects from their 
loyalty, to blast his Majesties Honour, and to widen the breach between his said 
Majesty and his seduced Subjects in England : The which Ends by their said wicked 
stratagems they did too successfully and mischievously effect : And whereas Almighty 
God hath given your Majesty, by and through your said English and Protestant 
Subjects, absolute Victory and Conquest over the said Irish Popish Rebels and 
Enemies, so as they, their Lives, Liberties, and Estates are now wholly at your 
Majesties disposition by the Laws of this Kingdom . . . Be it enacted, etc." — See 
the " Abstract of the Acts of Settlement and Explanation," in the Appendix. 

lu 1675, the Profitable Lands in Ireland, estimated at twelve 
millions five hundred thousand acres, were again distributed : of which 
four millions five hundred and sixty thousand and thirty-seven acres, 
forfeited under the Commonwealth, were granted to English Protestants ; 
while three milhons nine hundred thousand acres were previously 
possessed by English colonists of the Protestant Faith and Church. So 
that out of the 12,500,000 acres classed as " profitable lands," above 
mentioned, nearly eight and a half millions of acres passed into the 
hands of English and Scotch Settlers. Over two millions three hundred 
thousand acres were granted or disposed of to Irishmen ; while six 



* Disowning : There seems to be a great disparity between this statement and 
the tenor of the " Proclamation" of the Supreme Council of the Irish Confederation 
above given. See also that portion of the " Declaration" of Charles II., in the Ap- 
pendix, bearing on the invalidity of the claims of the Adventurers. 



20 DEDICATION. 

hundred thousand acres were previously possessed by " good affecteon 
men " of the Irish. Of the remainder the greater part was left un- 
appropriated. 

The Revolution. 

This volume also contains the names of the Irish Proprietors whose 
Estates were confiscated for their devotion to King James the Second ; 
and, as accounting for the appearance in Ireland of other strange 
families at that period, I give herein the names of those to whom were 
conveyed the Estates then forfeited in Ireland consequent on the 
"Williamite Confiscations. According to Howard's " History of the Irish 
Exchequer, Dublin," there were then confiscated in this country, between 
the years 1688 and 1702, one million sixty thousand seven hundred and 
ninety-two acres, besides corn, cattle, and household chattels ; and the 
then value of the horses and lands so forfeited was estimated at 
;£2,685,130. While, by a return of the Commissioners in 1699 to the 
English House of Parliament, the Estates forfeited by the adherents of 
King James the Second, in 1689, were found to be 1,060,712 Irish acres, 
of the yearly value of £211,623 6s. 3d. ; the fee simple of which was 
estimated at £2,685,130. Of all these confiscated estates, a fourth part 
was said to be returned to the former Proprietors — in accordance with 
one of the Articles of the Treaty of Limerick ; some were sold,* and the 
remainder was bestowed principally upon the personal friends of King 
William the Third. 

In 1689 King James summoned a Parliament in Ireland ; in which 
was passed an Act annulling the Authority of the English Parliament. 
The personal Estates of absentees were handed over to James. A short 
Act transferred the Tithes from the Protestant to the Roman Catholic 
Clergy, The Act of Settlement was repealed ; and the Act of Attainder 
passed — a Clause of which is the following : 

" Whether dead or alive, or killed in open rebellion, or now in arms against 
yonr Majesty (James II.), or otherwise : every of them shall be deemed, taken, and 
reputed, and are hereby declared and adjudged, Traitors, convicted and attainted of 
High Treason ; and shall suffer such pains of death, penalties, and forfeitures, 
respectively, as in cases of High Treason are accustomed." 

* Sold : See in the Appendix the " List of the Proprietors in Ireland whose 
Estates were confiscated, and sold at Chichester House, Dublin, in 1702 and 1703" ; 
and " List of Persons to whom were conveyed Estates and Interests forfeited in 
Ireland, a.d. 1688." 



DEDICATION. 21 

On the 14th of June, 1690, William III. landed at Carrickfergus, in 
Ireland ; and on the 1st of July of that year gained the victory of the 
Boyne.* 

After the Treaty of Limerick, a.d. 1691, William, though bound by 
its Articles to confirm the Irish in their Estates, escheated one million, 
seven hundred and twenty-three thousand, seven hundred and eighty- 
seven (1,723,787) statute acres for the benefit chiefly of De Ginkle, 
Keppel, Bentinck, and other foreigners : so that, in less than fifty years, 
Forfeiture reduced the property of the Catholic Irish to two millions 
statute acres of profitable land, against ten millions of acres held by 
those in whose favour the Irish Catholics were dispossessed. 

On the 4th of October, 1692, William convened a Parliament in 
Ireland, which resolved that the indulgence accorded to the Irish people 
since 1691 was one of the chief causes of the misery of Ireland : " The 
Penal Laws subsequently enacted by the Protestant Irish Parliament 
against Roman Catholics were in a great part," writes Wood-Martin, 
"the outcome of the bitter resentment on the part of its Members 
against the framers of James's Bill of Attainder": 

" Oh ! weep those days, the penal clays, 
When Ireland 'hopelessly complained. 
Oh ! weep those days, the penal days, 
When godless persecution reigned : 
When year by year, . 

For serf, and peer, 
Fresh cruelties were made by law, 
And, filled with hate. 
Our senate sate 
To weld anew each fetter's flaw ! 
Oh ! weep those days, those penal days — 
Their memory still on Ireland weighs." 



It is worthy of remark (without entering into the domain of polemics), 
that the present landed representatives of the Irish " Papist Proprietors " 



* Boyne : According to Wood-Martin the rates of pay per day for the different 
ranks in the English Army in Ireland, in 1690, were as follows : Colonels, 5s. ; 
Lieutenant-Colonels, 3s. ; Majors, 2s. 6d, ; Captains, 2s. ; Lieutenants, Is.; Ensigns, Sd.; 
Serjeants, Corporals, Drummers, and Privates, 3d,; Privates of heavy horse, yd,; and 
Dragoons, 6d, 



22 DEDICATION. 

whose Estates were forfeited during the Cromwellian and WilHamite 
Confiscations, are almost all Protestants ; while, of the descendants of 
the Settlers in Ireland of the Commonwealth period and that of the 
Revolution, many are now Roman Catholics ! It is not, however, my 
province to discuss the causes which have produced those results : let it 
suffice to say that the religious intolerance which characterized the 
respective reigns of Mary and Elizabeth, and the respective Parliaments 
of James and William, is in strange contrast with the curious fact, that, 
whilst almost every Catholic country in Europe is, in turn, expelling the 
religious and persecuting the Catholic Church, Great Britain — judging 
by the many Monasteries and Convents which now cover England and 
Scotland— is becoming once again Catholic. 

With great respect I am. 

Illustrious Lady, 
Your ever grateful and faithful Servant, 

JOHN O'HART. 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH PEDIGREES. 



The Pedigrees recorded in this Volume are, some of them, taken from 
MacFirbis's Irish Genealogies ; and some from the Manuscript Volumes 
in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, marked, respectively, F. 8. 23, 
F. 3. 27, and F. 4. 18. 

I.— Volume F. 3. 28. 

In that Vol. are given the intermarriages and a few of the pedigrees 
of the following families ; commencing at soonest not earlier than the 
latter end of the 16th, and some of them in the 17th century, and some 
of them brought down to, but none later than, the beginning of the 13th 
century. The names are here spelled as they are in the original : 



Adrian 


Bollard 


Cecill 


Devereux 


Aldworth 


Bolton 


Chevers 


Digby 


Allen 


Booker 


Chichester 


Domvile 


Annesley 


Bourgh 


Chopping 


Donellan 


Antiam 


Bowdell 


Clark 


Dopping 


Arnop 


Bo wen 


Clayton 


Dowdall 


Ash 


Bowyer 


Cliffe 


Driscoll 


Aston 


Boyd 


Clotworthy 


Drury 


Atkins 


Boyle 


Colclough 


Duglas 


Atkinson 


Brabason 


Cole 


Dukenfeild 


Avery 


Bradshaw 


Colley 


Dungar 


Aylmer 


Brangan 


Comerford 


Ecchlin 


Bagnall 


Bray 


Conningsby 


Edgworth 


Balford 


Brereton 


Cooke 


Edkins 


Bambrick 


Brimingham 


Coot 


Egar 


Barard 


Broadrick 


Cope 


EUyot 


Barlow 


Brookes 


Copley 


Eustace 


Barret 


Broughton 


Cosby 


Farrell 


Barrington 


Brown 


Cottingham 


Fitzgerald 


Barrow 


Bryan 


Courtney 


Fitzharris 


Barry 


Buckworth 


Cox 


Flood 


Barsey 


Bunbury 


Crawford 


Forbes 


Bastwick 


Burdett 


Crofton 


Ford 


Bayly 


Burrows 


Culine 


Forster 


Beard 


Burton 


Cullen 


Forth 


Berkley 


Bushe 


Dalton 


Fox 


Birn 


Butler 


Dancer 


Francks 


Bladen 


Cannon 


Davys 


Galway 


Blaney 


Carpenter 


Dawson 


Gardiner 


Blondell 


Carre 


Deering 


Gavan 


Blount 


Cavanagh 


Denny 


Gay 



24 



lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Gee 


Keasar 


Morgan 


Sanderson 


Gelagh (now 


Keating 


Morrice 


Sandes 


"Moone") 


Redder 


Mosse 


Sandys 


Geogliagan 


Kempston 


Muschamp 


Sankey 


Geyton 


Kenedy 


Nangle 


Scott 


Gilbert 


King 


Nappe 


Scout 


Glover 


Knappe 


Neile 


Scurlog 


Gookin 


Knight 


Nelson 


Serjeant 


Gore 


Langredge 


Newcomen 


Silliard 


Gorge 


Latham 


Nisbitt 


Silver 


Gongh 


Lattin 


Norris 


Simcock 


Grace 


Lawrence 


Nugent 


Skevington 


Graham 


Lee 


O'Cahan 


Smith 


Grange 


Lehunt 


O'Dempsey 


Smith shy 


Grant 


Leman 


O'Hara 


Southwell 


Gratreax 


Lestrange 


Oliver 


Spaight 


Green 


Lewlyn 


Ormsby 


Stanhop 


Griffin 


Lilly 


Osborne 


Stanley 


Grcves 


Lindon 


Otway 


Starling 


Hamilton 


Lions 


Owen 


St. George 


Hanson 


Lister 


Owens 


Stoughton 


Harding 


Loftus 


Palliser 


Stowell 


Harmau 


Long 


Palmes 


St. Paul 


Harris 


Love 


Parker 


Strowde 


Harrison 


Lowther 


Parsons 


Stuart 


Hartpool 


Loyd 


Peck 


Tailour 


Hewson 


Lucas 


Penyfather 


Tallaut 


Hickman 


Luther 


Percivall 


Tench 


Hind 


Lutierell 


Perrot 


Tent 


Hodder 


Madden 


Phillips 


Thirold 


Hodges 


Mahon 


Piggot 


Thompson 


Holmes 


Malady 


Pitts 


Tichborn 


Houghton 


Man sell 


Pollard 


Tirrell 


Howard 


Margetson 


Poole 


Toler 


Howell 


Markham 


Preston 


Topham 


Hoy 


Marlay 


Price 


Towers 


Hubert 


Martin 


Proiers 


Toxtell 


Hughes 


Masterson 


Purcell 


Trott 


Hume 


Maull 


Purdou 


Underwood 


Hunt 


Maultster 


Ransford 


Usher 


Hussey 


Mayart 


Eeader 


Wakely 


Ingoldesby 


JVlaynard 


Rediug 


Walcot 


Itchiugham 


Meed 


Rely 


Wale 


Jakeman 


Meredith 


Richards 


Wallys 


Jakson 


Mildmay 


Rinzy 


Walker 


Jepson 


Miller 


Rochford 


Walsh 


Jones 


Molyneux 


Piosse 


Ward 


Jowers 


Montgomery 


Rugge 


Ware 


Judge 


More 


Ruth 


Warren 


Juxtou 


Moreton 


Sambach 


Watson 





PEDIGREES. 




Welden 


Wesfchorp 


Wibrants 


Woodfall 


Welsh 


Wharton 


Williams 


Woods 


Wems 


Wheeler 


Willson 


Wo r sop 


Wentworth 


White 


Wodenham 


Wybrants 


Weseley 


Whitehurst 


Wogan 


Young 


West 


Whitfeild 


Wolverston 






End of F. 3. 23. 





25 



II.— Volume F. 4. 18. 

In that Vol. are given the genealogies, marriages, or deaths of the 
following families. Some of those genealogies are given in this Book, 
and others in the Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees" ; traced down 
to the period when those families were dispossessed of their Estates, 
some of them by the Cromwellian, and others by the Williamite Con- 
fiscations : 



Acheson 


Beard 


Brindley 


Cockain, Lord 


Agard 


Beaumont 


Brown 


Coghlan 


Allen 


Beg 


Brunchar, Lord 


Coley 


Allington, Lord 


Belan alias Balan 


Bulkeley 


Coman 


Annesley 


Beling 


Burke 


Comerford 


Archbold 


Bellew 


Burnell 


Conway 


Arrundell 


Berkeley 


Butler 


Coogin 


Arthour 


Bettagh 


Caddell 


Coote 


Ash 


Birfird 


Caddie 


Cope 


Attewater 


Birford 


Cade 


Cor 


Aungier 


Birmingham 


Calthrop 


Corbet 


Auveray 


Birt 


Calvert, Lord 


Cornwalles 


Aylmer 


Bisse 


Cane 


Cosby 


Babe 


Blackfield 


Carew 


Creny 


Babington 


Blackney 


Carleton 


Cromwell, Lord 


Bagnall 


Blakney 


Carrew 


Cruce 


Bagod 


Blaney 


Cashell 


Crump 


Bagot 


Bodenham 


Casse (or Casey) 


Cuffe 


Balan alias Belan 


Boix 


Catelin 


Curcy 


Balfe 


Bolton 


Chambers 


Cusack 


Balford 


Bor 


Chamberlin 


Dalton 


Ball 


Botome 


Chaworth 


Darcey 


Ballard 


Bourke 


C h e r 1 i s alias 


Darditz 


Barnwell 


Boyle 


Sherle 


Davys 


Baron alias Fitz- 


Brabason 


Chevers 


Dawney, Lord 


gerald 


Brandon 


Chichester 


De Agno 


Barrington 


Branford 


Clayton 


De Artois 


Barry of Santry 


Brenan 


Clinton 


De Burgo 


Bath 


Bret 


Clotworthy 


De la Feild 


Batty 


Brimingham 


Clynch 


De la Hide 



2G 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



De la Pulle 
Dempsey, Visct. 

Clanmaliere 
Den 
Dexter 
Digby 
Dillon 
Dockra 

Dockwra, Lord 
Dollard 
Donelian 
Doppinge 
Dormer 
Dorr el 
Doting 
Dowdall 
Dowden 
Doyne 
Dracot 
Drumgoule 
Duffe 
Dulto 
Du Lytz 
Edmondson 
Ellyot 
Erskin 
Estmond 
Euleston 
Everard 
Eustace 
Fagan 

Fairfax, Lord 
Faning 

Fansliaw, Lord 
Fay 
Finglas 
Fitton 
Fitzgerald 
Fitzharris 
Fitzherbert 
Fitzjames 
Fitzjohn 
Fitzleons 
Fitzpatrick 
Fitzsimons 
Fitzums 
Flatsbury 
Fleming 
Foliot 
Forbes 



Ford 


Janes 


Mandeville 


Forth 


Jevers 


Manwaring 


Foster 


Jones 


Mape 


Fox 


Jordan 


Mares 


Franks 


Kendall 


Mareward 


Fyan 


Kenly 


Mathews 


Galway 


Kent 


Maulde 


Garland 


Kenton 


May 


Garvy 


Keppok 


Maynard, Visct 


Gaydon 


Kerdiffe 


Maypowder 


Gedding 


Kerovaue 


McCrath 


Geneville 


Keting 


Mervin 


Gernon 


Kiltale 


Messington 


Geton 


King 


Mey 


Gilbert 


Knatchbull 


Missett 


Godfry 


Lacy 


Mondeford 


Gold 


Laffan 


Mooney 


Golding 


Lancaster 


Moore 


Goodrick 


Lane 


Motton 


Gorge 


Langford 


Mounson, Lord 


Grace 


Langton 


Mountgomery 


Grantham 


Le Brune 


Muschamp 


Gray 


Ledwich 


Nangle 


Hacket 


Lee 


Nasshe 


Hadsor 


Lewis 


Nedham, Lord 


Halmond 


Lill 


Netterville 


Halpenny 


Lint alias Skelton 


Neugent 


Hamilton 


Lodge 


Noble 


Hamlin 


Loftus 


Norris 


Harbert 


London 


Notingham 


Hare, Lord Visct. 


Long 


Nugent 


Harold 


Losse 


O'Brien 


Harington 


Lutterell 


O'Cahane 


Harris 


Luttle 


O'Carroll 


Harvy 


Lynam 


O'Connor 


Hawley 


Lynch 


O'Conry 


Hector 


MacAuley 


O'Daly 


Henet, Lord 


MacCarthy 


O'Donell 


Hereford 


MacCrath (Mac- 


O'Driscoll 


Heydon 


Grath) 


Ogle, Lord 


Hill 


MacDermot 


O'Hara 


Hodynet 


MacDonnell 


O'Herlihy 


Hollywood 


MacEgan 


O'Kearney 


Hoo (now 'Howe') 


MacGilpatrick 


O'Kenuedy 


Hope 1 


MacGinnis 


O'Kelly 


Houghton 


MacGuire 


O'Leary 


Hume 


MacHenry 


Olivers 


Huring 


MacMahon 


O'Meara 


Hussey, Baron of 


MacSweeny 


O'Molloy 


Galtrim 


Madden 


O'Mulrooney 





PEDIGREES. 


27 


O'Naughten 


Bead 


Spenser, Poeta 


Turk 


O'Neile 


Eeinsell 


Stafford 


Tyudall 


O'Neylan 


Eice 


Staniburst 


Upton 


O'Eely 


Eichardson 


St. Amandus 


Uriel 


O'Eyan 


Eidgway 


Stanly 


Usher 


Osbaldeston 


Eobinson 


Starke 


Vaugban 


O'Sheaghnusa 


Eoch, Viscount 


Stepbenson 


Veldon 


0' Sullivan 


Fermoy 


Stewart 


Verdon 


Owens 


Eoche 


St. Lawrence 


Vesey 


Oweyn 


Eocbford 


Stoke 


Wadding 


Palmer 


Eootb 


Stokes 


Wafer 


Parsons 


Eoper, Ld. Bait. 


Strangewaien 


Wall 


Passevant 


Eotberam 


Strongbow 


Walleys 


Patten 


Eowley 


St. Touben 


Wallis 


Peipbo 


Eussell 


Sudoprine 


Walsh 


Penkeston 


Eyves (or Eeeves) 


Sutton 


Walsingham 


Pentenoy 


Salford 


Taaffe 


Ware 


Pepard 


Salle 


Tailor 


Warren 


Pepird 


Salway 


Talbot 


Waterhouse 


Percivall 


Sandall 


Tallan 


Weldon 


Petit 


Sarsfield 


Tankard 


Wellesley 


Pettid 


Saunderson 


Tatb 


Wenman 


Pheipo 


Savage 


Temple 


West 


Pinkeston 


Saville, Lord 


Telling 


Wetherall 


Plunket 


Scott 


Tirrel 


Wbethell 


Poer 


Scurlock 


Toben 


White 


Poinings 


Sedgrave 


Townley 


Whitney 


Porter 


Sbane 


Tracy 


Wilmot, Viscount 


Power 


Sbeffeild 


Travers 


Athlone 


Preston 


Sbelly 


Tremmet 


Wingfield, Visct. 


Protfote 


Sberlin 


Trevedyn 


Wise 


Protfotede 


Sidney 


Trevor, Viscount 


Wogan 


Purcell 


Sinnot 


Dangan 


Woodlock 


Quartermas 


Skelton alias Lint 


Trollop 


Worth 


Quitriot 


Skevington 


Tucbet 


Wrytle 


Eainford 


Smith 


Tuit 


Wycombe 


Bawson 


Soutbwell 


Tully 


Young 


End of th 


e family names co 


ntained in the Vo] 


. F. 4. 18. 




III.— VOLUI 


tfE F. 3. 27. 





The earlier portion of F. 3. 27 is occupied with obits and marriages ; 
the earliest date therein mentioned being, a.d. 1190 : " Rob. de Barry, 
00. 1190." And the last entry in that Volume is : " Coll. Benj. Fletchar, 
Late Govern'- of New York, died at Eokingham, near Boyle, on May 28, 
betw. 6 and 7 of ye clock, 1703." The following Anglo-Irish pedigrees 
are taken from that Volume, and a few of them from F. 4. 18 : 

1.— THE "ACHESON" FAMILY. 



Captain Patrick Aoheson, of Edin- 
burgh, had : 



2. Sir Archibald, Knt., and Bart., 
of Nova Scotia, and Secretary for 



2« 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Scottish affairs, wlio was twice 

married : first, to Agnes ; and 

secondly, to Margaret, dau. of John 
Hamilton (brother to the Earl of 
Abercorn). By said Margaret, Sir 



Archibald had : 1. Sir Patrick, 
Bart., who d. s.p.; 2. Sir George, 
Bart. ; 3. Jane ; 4. Margaret. 

3. Sir George Acheson, Bart. : 
second son of Sir Archibald. 



2.— THE "ALLEN" FAMILY. 



John Allen (living in 1618), of 
Rathlumney, m. Mary, dau. of Sir 
John Dowdall.andhadtwo sons and 



one daughter : I. John, of whom 
presently; II. William; I. Martha. 
2. John Allen : son of John. 



3.— THE "ANKETILL" FAMILY, 

John Anketell, of Newmarket, co. Cork, d. 12 April, 1638, 
Lucia, dau. of Mervin, Earl of Castlehaven. 



He m. 



4.— THE "AKUNDELL" FAMILY. 



William Arundell, of Chediock, 

had : 

2. Paul (his second son), of 
Main, co. Limerick, d. 1636. He 
m. Ellice, dau. of George Thornton, 
Knt., of Munster, and had six sons 
and five daughters : I. George, of 
whom presently ; II. William ; 



III. Joseph; IV. Paul; V. Edward; 
VI. Humphry ; I. Frances, who 
m. James Lacy ; II. Katherine ; 
III. Mary ; IV. Grace ; V. Ellice. 
3. George Arundell : son of 
Paul ; m. Mary, dau. of Daniel 
Leigh, Knt. 



5.— THE "ASH" FAMILY. 



John Ash, of St. John's, near Trim, 
in the county Meath, who d. 29th 
April, 1636, and was buried in 
St. Patrick's, of Trim, m. Eliz., 
dau. of Thomas Casy, of Chester, 
Esq., by whom he had one son 
and two daughters : 

I. Thomas, of whom presently. 



1. Dorothy, who m. James, son 
and heir of Walter White, of 
Dublin, Esq. 

II. Mary, who m. Charles Par- 
kins, of Athboy, gent. 

2. Thomas Ash : son of John ; 
m. Jane, dau. of Walter White here 
mentioned. 



6.~THE " BALL " FAMILY, 

Of Dublin. 

EoBERT Ball, of Dublin, who d. 25 Jan., 1637, m. Jane, dau. of Henry 
Usher, Archbishop of Armagh, 



PEDIGEEES. 



29 



7. -THE «'BAERON" FAMILY, 

Of Killske, Countij Wexford. 



William Baron, alias Fitzgerald, 

of Kiliske, co. Wexford, gent., had : 

2. John, who d. 6 April, 1637. 

He m. Margaret, dau. of Nicholas 



White, of Dimgulph, co. Wexford, 
and had : 1. William ; 2. Kath. ; 
3. Mary. 
3. William Baron : son of John. 



8.— THE ''BAERY" FAMILY, 

Lords of Santri), Count'j Dublin. 



Patrick Barry had : 

2. James, who had : 

3. Richard, who had : 

4. Sir James, Lord of Santry, 
and Lord Chief Justice of the 



Eing's Bench, who d. in Feb., 1673. 
He m. Kath., dau. of Sir Richard 
Parsons, and had : 

5. Richard Barry, the last Lord 
of Santry. 



9 — THE «' BARRY" FAMILY, 

Viscounts of Buttevant, Countij Cork. 



Richard, the second sou of Vis- 
count Buttevant, had : 

2. Thomas, of Ballyroney, co. 
Cork, who had : 

3. Thomas, v;ho had : 

4. David, who had : 

5. John, who had : 

6. David, who d. 3 Jan., 1639. 



He m., first, Ellen, dau. of 

Hacket, and by her had five daugh- 
ters. David's second wife was 

Eliza, dau. of Suple, by whom 

he had : 

7. John Barry, who m. Ellen, 
dau. of Richard Barry, of Mony- 
donly, CO. Cork, gent. 



10.— THE '' BEARD " FAMILY, 



Thomas Beard, of Colstown, in the 
King's County, had : 

2. Thomas (his third son) of 
Smithstown, in the co. Meath, who 
d. 31 Mar,, 1640. He m. Anne, 



dau. of Patrick Segrave, of Kileglan, 
and had: T.Thomas; II. William; 
IIL Rose. 

3. Thomas Beard: son of Thomas. 



11.— THE "BELLINGHAM" FAMILY, 

Of Castle Bdlinijham, County Louth. 

This family derives its name from the town of BeUUujham, in 
Northumberland, England, where it appears to have been seated 
immediately after the Contjuest ; for we read of perpetual feuds in the 
reigns of William the Conqueror and William Rufus between Alan de 
Bellingham and the Charltons of Hasleyside ; the descendants of which 



30 IRISH ANt) ANGLO-IBISfl 

latter family still own a mausiou near the town ; whilst the Bellinghams, 
once so powerful, have altogether disappeared from the county, though 
certain quit-rents were paid to a representative of the family for land in 
North Tynedale down to as late a period as 1774. 

An important branch of the family settled in Westmoreland, the 
Estate of Levens, near Kendal, being purchased by Richard de 
Bellingham. His grandson, Robert, was knighted by Henry V. ; married 
Elizabeth, dan, of Sir Thomas Tuustall ; and by her had eight sons, 
several of whom became founders of different branches of the family in 
different parts of the country. From Richard, the second son, descended 
the Bellinghams of Lincolnshire ; from Thomas, the 4th son, the 
Bellinghams of Sussex and Surrey ; and from Alan, the 8th son, the 
Bellinghams of Helsington. This Alan was treasurer of Berwick, and 
Deputy Warder of the Marches ; and received from Henry VIII. a grant 
of the barony of Kendal, called the Lumley Fee. Of him was made the 
rhyme still to be seen on one of the windows of Levens Hall : 

"Amicus Amico Alanus, Bellinger Belligero Bellinghamus. " 

Sir Henry Bellingham, of Bellingham, was made Knight Banneret by 
King Henry VI., after the battle of Wakefield ; and his son, Sir Roger, 
was made a Knight Banneret, at the battle of Stoke, in 1487, and left 
an only son, Sir Robert, also knighted, who d. s.p. 

Sir Edward Bellingham, was Governor of Ireland in 1548 and 1549 ; 
he was servant of the Privy Chamber to King Edward VI., who sent him 
over to be Lord Deputy of Ireland, called by Leland in his Hist, of 
Ireland, " a brave and experienced commander." 

Alan Bellingham, of Helsington, a bencher of the Middle Temple, 
was one of the King's Council at York, and M.P. for Northumberland in 
1570 ; his son. Sir James, was knighted by King James I., in 1603, and 
d. in 1641, having married Agnes, daughter of Sir Henry Curwen. 

Sir James's son. Sir Henry, was created a Baronet in 1620 ; was 
M.P. for Westmoreland in all the Parliaments called by King Charles I. ; 
and raised forces in the North for the Royal cause. His son, Sir James, 
dying without issue, the title became extinct. 

From Alan BelHngham, of Levens, M.P. for Westmorelandshire, the 
genealogy of this Branch of the " Bellingham " family is, as follows : 

1. Alan Bellingham, of Levens, ; of Settlement, confirmed to him by 
M.P. for Westmoreland; b. 1606; ' Charles II. This Henry was M.P. 
m. Susan, dau. of Marmaduke j for county Louth, — which county 
Constable, of Wassand, in York- j the family represented in Par- 
shire and hB,d issue. Having spent ; liament almost continually from 



most of his fortune in support of 
King James I., Alan d. at St. 
Germains in 1693. 



1660 to 1775. He m. Miss Sib- 
thorpe and had an only son : 
3. Thomas, of Castle Bellingham, 



2. Henry : second son of Alan. ; who was a Colonel in the Army of 

Came to Ireland during the Civil i William III., and acted as His 

War, and received a grant of the | Majesty's guide during the march 

Gernonstown Estate (now called | of the Army from Dundalk to the 

"Castle Bellingham"), in the co. | Boyne ; for which cause King 

Louth, which was, under the Act j James's Army burnt Castle Bel- 



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lingliam. This Thomas, who d. 
15 Sept., 1721, m., m 1678, Abigail 
Handcock, and had an only son : 

4. Henry, M.P. for Dundalk, who 
m. Mary, dan. and co-heiress of 
Thomas Moore, Esq., and had : 

I. Henry, M.P. for the county 
Louth, who m. Margaret, dau. 
of Hugh Henry, Esq., of 
Straffan, in the co. Kildare, 
and d. in 1775, leaving no 
surviving issue. 

II. Alan, of Kilsaran, of whom 
presently. 

I. A daughter who m. the Hon. 
John Fortescue, uncle to the 
last Earl of Clermont. 

5. Alan Bellingham, of Castle 
Bellingham : second son of Henry ; 
b. in 1709 ; m. in 1738, Alice (d. 
1783), dau. and co-heir of the Kev. 
Hans. Montgomery, of Grey Abbey, 
CO. Down, and had five sons and 
four daughters : 

I. Henry, who m. Elizabeth, dau. 
of EichardTenison, of Thomas- 
town, CO. Louth. His male 
descendants ceased with his 
grandson William-Henry Bel- 
lingham, in 1822. 

II. Alan Bellingham, of Kil- 
saran, of whom presently, b. 
1740. 

III. O'Brien Bellingham (d. 6 
June, 1798) who m. Anne, 
dau. of Edward Tandy, Esq., 
of Dublin, and had : Alan- 
O'Brien, Elizabeth, and Anne. 

IV. Thomas, who d. unm. 

V. Sir William (d. 26 Oct., 1826) 
was sometime Secretary to 
the Eight Hon. William Pitt ; 
m., in 1783, Hester-Frances 



(d. 10 Jan., 1844), youngest 
dau. of the Hon. and Eev. 
Eobert Cholmondeley (and 
granddaughter of George, third 
Earl of Cholmondeley), but 
had no issue. On the 19 
April, 1726, he was created a 
Baronet, with special remain- 
der to the heirs male of his 
deceased father. He was suc- 
ceeded by Alan, the eldest 
son of his brother Alan of 
Kilsaran, 
Of the five daughters of Alan, of 
Castle Bellingham, Elizabeth m, 
Major William Cairns, and d. in 
1779 ; and Mary- Anne m. the Eev. 
William Woolsey, of Prior Land, 
in the co. Louth. 

6. Alan Bellingham, of Kilsaran 
(b. 1740; d. 1800) : second son of 
Alan of Castle Bellingham. Was 
twice m. : first, on the 14 Aug., 
1774, to Anne (d. 1789), dau. of 
John Cairnes, Esq., of Killyfaddy, 
CO. Tyrone, and had r'- 

I. Sir Alan, of whom presently ; 

b. 2 Feb., 1776. 
IL Henry (b. 1778 ; d. 1821), 
who m. Miss Cruden, by whom 
he had three daughters and 
co-heiresses : 

[. Henrietta, who m. Henry 
Shebbeare, M.D. 

II. Mary. 

III. Jane, who m. her cousin 
Wilham Stewart Belling- 
ham, Esq. 

III. John Bellingham (b. 1781 ; 
d. 1826), who was twice m. : 
first, to Eliza, dau. of William 
Stewart, Esq., of Wilmont, co. 
Down, by whom he had (with 



* Had: This Alau, elder brother of Sir William Bellingham (d. 26 Oct., 1826), 
had a daughter Isabella (or "Bess") who m. Major James Swiney (or Sweeney), of 
the 62nd Foot. (Of the Major's throe sisters, Ellen m. John Reilly, Esq., of Baiidon 
Bridge, county Cork ; another sister m. a Mr. Willis ; and Eliza m. Colonel Singleton, 
of the Indian Army.) According to our Notes this Isabella had another brother 
Alan-O'Brien Bellingham, who m. Christina Nicholson (d. s.p.), and aftei'wards a 
Miss Alexander. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISa 



four daus. and a younger son, 
Alan, who d. unm., in 1835) 
an elder son, William- Stewart 
(b. in 1806 ; d. 1869), who m. 
Jane, dau. and co-heir of his 
uncle Harry Bellingham, Esq., 
and had : 

T. William (b. 1844), who m. 

Grace, dau. of James Folliott, 

Esq., of Kear's Cross, in 

Chestershire, England, and 

d. s.p., in 1875. 

11. Henry (b. 1846), who m. 

Frances, sister to E. H. 

Smyth, Esq., of Lauragh, 

and had: I. John, b. 1849. 

II. Thomas, b. 1851. III. 

Arthur-Ditrey, b. 1855. I. 

Hester - Frances - Mary, b. 

1853. II. Henrietta-Anne, 

b. 1856. III. Jane, b. 1858. 

John Bellingham (b. 1781) m., 

secondly, Katherine Clarke, 

and had Percy-John, who d. 

young. 

IV. William Cairns, Capt. 64th 

Regiment : the fourth son of 

Alan Bellingham, of Kilsarau ; 

d. unm. in 1835. 

The said Alan Bellingham of Kil- 

saran m., secondly, Mary, dau. of 

Ealph Smith, Esq., of Drogheda, 

and d. 5 Nov., 1800. 

7. Sir Alan (b. 2 Feb., 1776 ; d. 
26 Aug., 1827) : eldest son of Alan 
of Kilsaran. Married, 5 Nov., 1799, 
Elizabeth (d. 22 Jan., 1822), second 
dau. of Rev. Edward Walls, of 
Boothby Hall, in Lincolnshire, Eng- 
land. Succeeded his uncle. Sir 
William Bellingham, to the Bar- 
onetcy, in October, 1826. Had five 
sons and three daughters ; the 
sons were : 

I. Sir Alan-Edward, Bart., living 
in 1888, of whom presently. 

II. Henry-Richard, of Lincoln's 
Inn, Barrister-at-Law ; b. 12 
June, 1804 ; d. unm. 23 Nov., 
1836. 



m. O'Bryan, M.D. ; b. Dec, 
1805; m. Matilda, dau. of B. 
Molloy, Esq., of Millicent 
House, CO. Kildare, and d. 11 
Oct., 1857. 

IV. Sidney-Eobert, of Montreal, 
b. 2 Aug., 1808 ; m. Arabella, 
dau. of William Holmes, Esq., 
of Quebec, 

V. William.Johnston, late Capt. 
50th Regiment ; b. 20 Mar., 
1818 ; m., 15 April, 1852, 
Felicia, only dau. of the late 
Rev. John Short Hewett, D.D., 
Rector of Rotherhithe, and 
had : 

I. Sidney-Edwin, Lieut. 57th 
Foot. 

II. Alan-Hale. 

III. Patrick- Wilham. 

The three daughters of Sir Alan 
Bellingham were : 

I. Mary-Anne-Jane, m, to the 
Rev. John Cheales, Vicar of 
Skendleby, in Lincolnshire, 
deceased. 

II. Frances - Elizabeth, m. to 
George-Wilson Maddison, of 
Partney, in Lincolnshire, Esq. 

HI. Charlotte-Sophia, m. to the 
Rev. John Aliugton, Eector of 
Alington, in Swinhope, Lin- 
colnshire. 
8. Sir Alan-Edward, of Castle 
Bellingham, the third Baronet : 
eldest son of Sir Alan; b. 8 Oct., 
1800 ; m. 12 Jan., 1841 , Elizabeth, 
only child of Henry Clarke, Esq., 
of West Skirkbeck House, Lincoln- 
shire, and had : 

I. Alan-Henry, of whom pre- 
sently. 

II. WilHam-Claypon, M.A., in 
Holy Orders ; Incumbent of 
Urgiin, Carlow ; b. 11 Nov., 
1847; m. 22 Aug., 1878, Susan- 
Caroline, dau. of the Ven. 
Ambrose Power, Archdeacon 
of Lismore, and has a dau. 
Vera- Susan, b. 4 Aug., 1880. 



PEDIGREES. 



m 



I. Hester-Frances, m. 8 Sept., 
1864, to Sir T. P. Butler, Bart., 
of Ballintemple, co. Carlow. 

II. Alice- Sophia, m. 28 July, 
1864, to Sir Victor A. Brooke, 
Bart., of Colebrooke Park, in 
the CO. Fermanagh. 

III. Charlotte-Mary, m. 8 Feb., 
1872, to Frederick Wrenchy, 
Esq., of Lurgan Brae, in the 
CO. Fermanagh, and, has issue : 
I. Fred.-Arthur Cavendish ; b. 

22 June, 1877. 
ir. Mary ; b. 26 Jan., 1874. 
III. Winifred; b. 10 Aug., 1880. 

IV. Frances-Anne-Jaue, m. 29 
July, 1869, to Eichard Alta- 
mont Smyth, Esq., of Lauragli, 
in the Queen's County. 

V. Agnes-Matilda, m. 3 Nov. 1875, 
to Montague-Yeats Brown,Esq., 
H. B. M.'s Consul at Genoa. 



9. Alan -Henry Bellingham, M.P. 
for Louth, living in 1883 : eldest 
son of Sir Alan-Edward ; b. 23 
August, 1846; Private Chamberlain 
to His Holiness Pope Leo XIII., 
and His Holiness the late Pio Nono ; 
Captain Louth Eifle Militia ; called 
to the Bar in 1875; m. 13 Jan., 
1874,LadyOonstance-Julia-Eleanor- 
Greorgiana Noel, dau. of the second 
Earl of Gainsborough, and has : 

I. Edward - Henry - Charles- 
Patrick; b. 26 Jan., 1879. 

I. Ida - Mary -Elizabeth - Agnes ; 
b. 26 Jan., 1876. 

III. Augusta -Mary- Monica ; b. 
19 Aug., 1880. 

10. Edward-Henry- Charles- 
Patrick Bellingham; son of Alan- 
Henry, of Castle Bellingham, living 
in 1883. 



12.— THE «' BENNETT" FAMILY. 

AwLY O'Farrell, King of Conmacne, who (see the Third Edition of our 
" Irish Pedigrees") is No. 112 on the "O'Farrell" (Princes of Annaly) 
pedigree, had a daughter : 



113. Pianalt, who m. Hugh 
O'Connor, the last King of Con- 
naught, who is No. 113 on the 
" O'Connor" (Kings of Connaught) 
pedigree, and had : 

114. Una (or Agnes) O'Connor, 
who m. first Eobert de Gernon, 
and had : 

115. Hodierna de Gernon, who 
m. Eicard Mor de Burc, No. 18 
on the Bourke" pedigree, and had : 

116. Walter de Burc (see No. 19 
on tlie " Bourke" pedigree), cre- 
ated Earl of Ulster, who m. Maud, 
the dau. of Hugh de Lacy, and 
had : 



117. Richard de Burc, the Red 
(d. 1326), second Earl of Ulster, 
who, by Margaret, dau. of John de 
Burg, Baron of Lanville, had : 

118. Lady Joan de Bourke, who 
m., secondly, in 1329, Sir John 
d'Arce, Knt., of Flatten, county 
Meath, first Baron d'Arce, Lord 
Justice and Governo]* of Ireland. 
He was son of Norman 7th Baron 
d'Arce, of Nocton (who d. 1296), 
and d. 1347, leaving issue : 

119. Lady Elizabeth d'Arce, who 
m. James Balbh (or stammering 
James) Butler, Lord Justice of 
Ireland, second Earl of Ormond, 



* Bourke : For information respecting this Kickard de Burgo, sjee " Ricard Mor," 
under the " Boixrke" pedigree, in the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees." 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IEISH 



who d. 1382. He was sou of 
James * (who was created first 
** Earl of Ormonde," in 1328, and 
succeeded his father Edmund, of 
Koscrea, as second Earl of Carrick), 
by Eleanor de Bohun, dau. of 
Humphrey, fourth Earl of Hereford 
and Essex, and Elizabeth Plau- 
tagenet, his wife, dau. of Edward!., 
King of England. Their issue was : 

120. Hon. Thomas Butler, who 
had : 

121. Lady Eleanor Butler, who 
m. Robert de la Field, of Ayles- 
bury, Bucks, England, and had : 

1 22. Eobert de la Field, of Ayles- 
bury, who had : 

123. Sir Thomas de la Field, of 
Fieldstown, co. Rleath, who had : 



124. Sir John de la Field, of 
Culdufi'e, CO. Kildare, who had : 

125. Sir Thomas de la Field, of 
Fieldtown, co. Meath, who had : 

12G. Lady Isabel de la Field, 
who m. Gerald Fitzgerald, of 
Aloone, and had : 

127. Lady Alison Fitzgerald, who 
m. Sir Gerald Alyraer (d. 1560) of 
Dollardstown, co. Meath, and had : 

128. Bartholomew Aylmer 
(d. v.p.), of Dollardstown, who had : 

129. Christopher Aylmer, of Bal- 
rath, CO. Meath (d. 1662), who had : 

130. Sir Christopher Aylmer, of 
Balrath, Bart., who (in 1639) m. 
Lady Margaret Plunkett, dau. of 
Matthew, t fifth Lord Louth. Died 
in 1671, leaving issue : 



* James: This James Butler, first Earl of Onnond's descent, is here traced down 
from Dermod MacMiirroiigh, the last King of Leinster : Dermod had Eva, who m. 
Eichard the Strongbow, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Justice of Ireland, and had : Lady 
Isabel de Clare (d. 1220), who m. William le Marechal (Marshall or Marachael), third 
Earl of Pembroke, and had : Lady Isabel Marshall, who m. Gilbert, fifth Earl of 
Hereford and Gloucester, and had : Richard, Earl of Hertford and Gloucester, who 
had : Gilbert, Earl of Hertford and Gloucester (d. 1295), who m. Princess Joan 
d'i^rce, dau. of King P^dward I. of England, and had : Lady Elizabeth de Clare, who 
m., thirdly, Ralph de la Roche, and had : David, who had : John Lord Fernioy, of 
county Cork, who had : Lady Blanche de la Roche, who m. John, first Earl of Kildai'e, 
and had : Lady Joan Fitzgerald who in 1302 m. Sir Edmund le Bottiler (or Butler), 
Knt., M.P., Earl of Carrick-mac-iiriffin, co. Tipperary, and had : .James Butler, second 
Earl of Carrick, and first Earl of Ormond, as above mentioned. 

■\ Mattheui : This Matthew Plunkett (d. 1620), fifth Lord Louth's descent, can be 
traced from William the Conqueror, as follows : William the Conqvieror had 
Gundred, who m. William, Eaii of Warren and Surrey, and had : William, second 
Earl of Warren and Surrey, who m. Isabel, dau. of Herljert, fourth Count de 
Vermaudois (by Alice, his wife, dau. of Hugh Magnus, Count de Vermandois, who 
was the son of Henry I., King of France, by Anne, his wife, dau. of Jaros-Aus., Grand 
Duke of Russia, a.d. 1015), and had : the Lady Ada de Warren, who m. Prince 
Henry, Earl of Northumberland (son of David I., King of Scotland), and had Lady 
Margaret (sister of William the Lion, King of Scotland), who m. Humphrey, fourth 
Baron de Bohun, and had : Henry, Earl of Hei-tford, who had : Humphrey, Earl of 
Hertford and Essex, who had : Humphrey de Bohun (oh. r.p.), who had : Humphrey, 
Earl of Hertford and Essex, who had : Humphrey, fourth Earl of Hertford and Essex, 
who m. Elizabeth Plantagenet, dau. of Edward I., King of England, and had : Lady 
Margaret de Bohun (see No. 119 above), who in 132.5 m. Hugh, second Earl of Devon, 
and had : Lady Elizabeth de Courtenay, who m., secondly. Sir Andrew Luttrell, Knt., 
of Chilton and of LuttrtUstown, county Dublin, and had : Sir Hugh Luttrell, of 
Dunster Castle, co. Somerset, Knt., who had : Robert Luttrell, of Luttrellstown, 
who had : Christopher Luttrell, of Luttrellstown, who had : Thomas Luttrell, of 
Luttrellstown : who had : Richard Li;ttrell, of Luttrellstown, who had : Catherine 
Luttrell, who m., first. Sir Nicholas Barnewell of Drumagh, and had : Lady Margaret 
Barnewell, who m. Thomas, second Lord Louth (d. 1571), and had : Oliver, fourth Lord 
Louth (d. 1607), who had : Matthew Plunkett, fifth Lord Louth, as above mentioned. 



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35 



131. Lady Catherine Aylmer 
(d. 1726), widow of Sir Nicholas 
Plunkett, of Dublin, m., secondly, 
Captain Michael Warren (d. 1712), 
of Warrenstown, co. Meath, and 
had : 

132. Oliver Warren, of Warrens- 
town, CO. Meath, a Lieutenant in 
the Eoyal Navy ; also Admiral Sir 
Peter Warren ; and Anne, who m. 
Christopher Johnson, of Smiths- 
town, CO. Meath, and had General 
Sir William Johnson, Bart., of New 
York. 

133. Eight Honourable Nathaniel 
Warren, of Dublin : son of Oliver. 
Was Alderman and Sheriff of 
Dublin ; Lord Mayor of Dublin in 
1782-83 ; Commissioner of Police 
of Dublin, 1786 ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Dublin in 1786; and Member 
of Parliament for City of Dublin 
from 1784 to 1790, when he was 
succeeded by the immortal Henry 
Grattan (whose statue is now in 
College Green, Dublin). Mr. Warren 
was then returned to Parliament • 
from Callan, in 1790, and so served 
until his death 29th Jan., 1796.— 
See Obituary, Gentlemans Magazine. 

134. Eleanor: dau. of Nathaniel 
Warren ; m. Kobert Crean of Dublin 



(of the Creau-Lynch family). Had 
two brothers and three sisters : 
the brothers were — 1. Nathaniel 
Warren, Lieut.- Colonel, 6th Foot, 
who d. s.p. 1824 ; 2. Samuel- 
Robinson Warren, Lieut.Colonel, 
65th Foot, b. 1785, d. 1857, and 
left issue. The sisters were — 1. 
Eliza Warren (b. 1787, and d. in 
Philadelphia in 1856), who in 1803 
in Dublin m. Cain Henlon'" of 
Dublin, by whom she had issue, 
now (1882) residing in the United 
States, America ; 2. Catherine 

Warren, m. Ogilby of London, 

and d. s.p. ; 3. Jane Warren, who 
m. first Sidney Smith of Dublin, 
by whom she had issue, and, 
secondly, A. White, Armagh, by 
whom also she had issue. This 
Eleanor in 1838 removed to the 
City of New York, with her children. 
135. Henrietta f-Agnes Crean (d. 
in Saxony 31 Mar., 1873) ; dau. of 
Eleanor. Married in New York 
City, 6 June, 1840, James Gordon 
Bennett, \ who was b. at New Mill, 
Keith, Banfshire, Scotland ; was 
the founder of the " New York 
Herald " Newspaper ; and d. in 
1872, leaving issue one son ajid 
one daughter : 



* Cain Henlon: Three children of that marriage were — 1. Eleanor Agnes Henlon 
(b. 1809, d. 1856), who m. in 1829, in New York City, Robert Lee- Wright- Browning, 
of Cincinnatti, iState of Ohio (d. 1850), Lieutenant, United States Navy, and had 
Charles H. Browning of Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A., living in 1883 ; 2. Eobert Lee- 
Wright-Browning, Lieut. U.S.M.C., who d. sp. in 1860 ; and 3. Eliza Sidney Henlon, 
who iu 1845, in New York City, m. John Keasby Walker, of Philadelphia, and 
had an only child John Smith Walker, M.D., of Philadelphia, who had two sons, 
namely — 1. John Keasby Walker, and 2. Henry Esmond Walker. 

t Henrietta : This Henrietta- Agnes Crean had a brother, Robert Crean of New 
York City, who d. s.p. ; and two sisters — 1. Helena-Margarette Crean, 2. Georgina 
Crean. This Heiena-Margarette Crean m., first, Lindsay Downes Richardson of 
Dublin (sou of Marmaduke Jenui Richardson of Armagh) and had : — 1. Lindsay 
Robert Richardson of New York City, Cai>t. 7th New York N.G. (d. s.p. 1873); 
2. Marmaduke Jenni Schomberg Richardson, New York City, living in 1881 ; 3. 
Eleanor Richardson-Bishop, d. s.p. in 1880 — all three born in Dublin. And Georgina 
Crean, above mentioned, m. Vichenburg of New York, living in Holland in 1881. 



t Bennett : That James Gordon Bennett had two sisters-- 1. Margaret, 2. Annie ; 
and a brother Cosmo — the three of whom d. without issue. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



136. James Gordon Bennett (b. 
1842), proprietor of the " New 
York Herald" ; living in 1883. 
The dau. Jeanette Bennett, m. in 



1878, Isaac Bell, junior, of New 
York City, by whom she has had 
issue. 



13.— THE "BEKMINGHAM" FAMILY, 

Of raiJiineJij, County Kildare. 



Walter Bermingham, of Eahinely, 
CO. Kildare, gent., had : 

2. John (second son), of Bally- 
rolan, co. Westmeath, who had : 

3. Edmund, of Ballyrolan, who 
d. 2 Nov. 1636. He was twice m, ; 
first, to Kath., dau. of Gerald 
Oge Fitzgerald of Castletown, co. 
Meath, Esq., and had : 1. John ; 
2. William, of Brohollo; 3. Thomas; 
4. Anne, who m. Conuell Molloy, 
of Rathlyn, King's County. The 
second wife of Edmund was Alsou, 
dau. of Arthur Darcy, of Little 
Grange, co. Westmeatli, by whom 
he had four sons and five daughters : 
the sons were — 1. Gerald ; 2. 
Myles, who was twice m. : first, to 



Frances Archbold, and, secondly, 
to Kose, dau. of John Coghlan, of 
Carrycastle, King's County, Knt.; 
3. Walter; 4. James; and the 
daughters were — 1. Eliza ; who m. 
James Nugent, of Eosse, co. West- 
meath, Esq. ; 2, Mary, who m. 
Nicholas Sanky, of Sankystown, 
King's County, gent.; 3. Ellinor, 
who m. John, son of John Coghlan, 
Knt. ; 4. Grissell, who m. James 
Nugent, of Kiltown, co. Westmeath, 
gent. ; 5. Owiiali (or Una), who 
m. Humfry Warren, of Kinafady, 
in the King's County. 

5. John Bermingham, of Bally- 
rolan : eldest son of Edmund. 



14.— THE BERMINGHAM FAMILY, 

Of the Granr/e, County Kildare. 

moath, gent., and had three sons : 
1. Edward, 2. Cornelius, 3. Francis; 
and a daughter Ellenor. 

4. Edward Brimiugham : eldest 
son of George ; m. Anne, dau. of 
Patrick Barnwall, of Shankhill, co. 
Dublin, Esq. 



TiBOT Bremingham, of the Grange, 
CO. Kildare, had : 

2. Redmond, of the Grange (his 
heir) who had : 

3. George (his heir), who d. Dec, 
1636. He m. Lienor, dau. of 
Arthur Darcy of Grange, co. West- 



15. 



-THE "BIRMINGHAM" FAMILY, 

Of JSlijlestoivn, County Tippcrary, 



Bally- 



William Birmingham, of 
homok, CO. Tipperary, had: 

2. Robert, who had : 

3. Nicholas, who had : 

4. Edward, of Ballyhomok, who 
d. 18 Jan., 1688. He was twice 
married : first, to Onora, dau. of 
John Butler of Ballywadley, co. 



Tipperary, and had Richard. Said 
Edward m., secondly, Giles, dau. 
Philip Hacket, of Ballyhenebry, and 
by her had a son, William. 

5. Richard Birmingham : elder 
son of Edward ; m. Ellen, dau. of 
Walter Hacket, of Milstown. 



PEDIGREES. 



87 



IG.-THE "BOR" FAMILY, 

Of the Cuimtij Wickloir. 



Cornelius Bor, of Utricke, had : 

2. Christian, of , in the co. 

WicMow, who d. 2 Jan., 1637. 
He m. Begnet, dau. of John Cnsack, 



and had: 1. John, 2. CorneUiis, 
3. Christian, 4. Gerot, 5. EHza. 
3. John Bor ; his son. 



17.— THE «'BRABAZON" FAMILY. 



Anthony Brabazon m. Ursula, dan. 
of Sir Nicholas Malby, of Ros- 
common, Knt., and had : 

2. Malby, of Ballinasloe, co. Ros- 
common, Esq., who d. 20 May, 
1637, and was bur. in Roscommon. 
He m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Burke, of Tulahery, co. Galway, 



and had one son and three daugh- 
ters : 1. Anthony, who married ; 

2. Ursula, who m. Bernard Talbot, 
of Rathdown, co. Wicklow, gent.; 

3. Sarah ; 4. Dorothy. 

3. Anthony Brabazon : son of 
Malby : married. 



18.— THE "BEETT" FAMILY, 
Of Coltrummer, County Meath. 



Walter Brett, of the City of 
Dublin, and of Coltrummer, Meri- 
vale, Knockmark, and Pilltown, in 
the county Meath, vested his lands 
in Peter Hussy and Walter Ken-, 
nedy, by deed dated the 24th 
October, 1634. Dispossessed by the 
Cromwelliau Government ; he died 
1647, and was interred in the Church- 
yard of Knockmark ; father of : 

John Brett. — On the 6th Novem- 
ber, 1663, this John Brett, on 
behalf of himself and Cisily Brown, 
his wife, took proceedings in the 
Court of Claims for recovery of his 
father's forfeited lands, wherein is 
set forth ' that his father, Walter 
Brett, was seized, long before the 
Rebellion of 1641, of the lands 
aforesaid, which he vested in Peter 
Hussy, and Walter Kennedy, as 
aforesaid — that his father was 
ousted by the usurping XDOwer for 
no other reason than that he was 
a Papist — that his father died in 
the year 1647 — and that claimant 
never acted against the King or his 
Government.' A decree of innoceucy 
was made on the 26th February, 



1664, and claimant was subse- 
quently restored to his lands. By 
his will, dated the 12th February, 
1685, he directs his mortal remains 
to be interred in St. Peter's Church- 
yard, Knockmark, county Meath, 
and he demised his lands to the 
first, second, and third sons of 
John Brett, of Hainstown, in tail 
male ; Uncle of : 

Christopher Brett, of Coltrum- 
mer, Father of : 

1. John Brett, born 1740; and 
2. James Brett, born 1746. In 
1760, Jo/i/i Brett joined as cadet 
the Regiment of Hibernia, in the 
Spanish service, in which he at- 
tained the rank of Captain of 
Grenadiers and Brevet-Colonel. 
He married, in 1780, Catherine, 
daughter of Charles Brenan, of the 
City of Dublin, Esq. (marriage 
settlement, dated IStli December, 
1780). He joined, as Lieutenant, 
the Irish Brigade of Volunteers, 
1782. He died in Florida, 1800 
(will proved in Dublin, 9th June, 
1801), and left a daughter, Alicia, 
who married, iu 1827, Joseph 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



0' Meagher (marriage settlement, 
dated 1st October, 1827), and she 
died in 1867, leaving Joseph 
Casimir O'Meagher, of Mountjoy 
Square, Dublin ; and Alice, who 
married, in 1866, Michael John 
O'Grady, Esq., of Pembroke Road. 
2. In 1761, James Brett joined 
as cadet tbe Eegiment of Hibernia. 
He served during the last war with 
Portugal, having been present at 
the atfair at Argel, 20th July, 1775, 
in the last expedition to America, 
the defence of Oran during the last 
siege, the taking of Argelex and of 
Fliimer. He was Commandant of 
the village of Ollines from the 4th 
to the 7tli September, 1793, and it 
having been assaulted by the 
enemy on the 5th, 6tli, and 7th, 
he had to abandon it through 
failure of ammunition ; Comman- 
dant of Malhusguet from the 12tli 
September to the 28th October ; 
and on the night of the 18th 
December, 1793, in the evacuation 
and retreat from Toulon ; at the 
attack of the heights of Sevret 28th 
April, 1794 ; the retreat of the 
3 1st May following, from Catalonia ; 
at the recapture of the hermitage of 
Our Lady of Roble on the 5th 
June; in the action of the 13tli 
August at Monte Miir/a, where he 
was severely wounded ; and in the 
attack and retreat of the 20th 
November, 1794. In 1799, he 
became Colonel of the Piegiment 
of Hibernia, and in 1817 he was 
appointed a Staff-Commander, and 



decorated with the Order of St. 
Hermonegildo. He married Dona 
Barbara Ofrey-y-Huet, daughter of 
Don Alonso Ofrey of Granada, 
Captain of Engineers in the 
Spanish Service, and of Dona 
Maria Angela Huet-y-Buentiemho, 
of Alicante, his wife, who was a dau. 
of Don Luis Huet, Field-Marshal 
of Spain, and of Dona Barbara 
Buentiemho, his wife. Col. Brett 
left an only son — known as : 

3. Don Eduardo Brett-y- Ofrey. 
He was born in the City of 
Saragossa on the 24th May, 1790, 
and joined, in 1799, as cadet, his 
father's Regiment. He took part 
in various actions during the War 
of Independence, 1808-11; and in 
the affair of Alhalate he received a 
gun-shot wound in the chest. In 
1824 he obtained leave to marry 
Dona Francisca Cepeda-y-Cepeda, 
a lineal descendant of Don Lorenzo 
Cepeda, the brother of Santa Teresa 
de Jesus. On the 17th June, 1828, 
Don Eduardo Brett-y-Ofrey got 
leave to retire from the Army, 
being then second Lieutenant of 
the Royal Body Guard, and Lieut. - 
Colonel of Infantry. In a general 
order dated, Villalha, 28th October, 
1854, he is styled a Baron, Lieut.- 
Colonel (retired) of the Royal Body 
Guard, and Kuight of the Royal 
and Military Orders of St. 
Hermenegildo and St. Fernando ; 
and for services rendered in the 
rising of that year he was granted 
a full colonelcy. 



THE "BRENAN" FAMILY, 

Of O'Brenan, County Kerry. 



1. John Brenan, of O'Brenan, 
CO. Kerry, interred in the church- 
yard of St. Michan's, Dublin, in 
1699; father of: 

2. Daniel Brenan, married to 



Mary Anne O'Sullivan; will]3roved, 
1721 ; father of : 

I. James Brenan, Doctor of 

Physick, born 1635, old style ; 

married to a daughter of the 



PEDIGREES. 



89 



Hon. Richard Barnewell, of 
Turvey. By his will, proved 
1738, he directs his mortal 
remains to be " interred in 
bis family's burial place, St. 
Michan's Churchyard, in the 
Suburbs of Dublin.'" He left a 
daughter, Anne, who d. young. 

II. John Brenan, born 1700, 
O.S. ; interred in St. Michan's, 
1732, O.S. 

III. Daniel Brenan, born 1702, 
O.S. ; died s.p. 

IV. Catherine, born 1708, O.S. 

V. Peter Brenan, Chirurgeon, 
born, 1705, O.S. ; founder, in 
1738, of St. Catherine's Hos- 
pital, Meath Street, which was 
united with St. Nicholas Hos- 
pital, Francis Street, in 1765. 
Living in Kennedy's Lane, 1763 
(Gilbert's History of Dublin) ; 
will proved 1767. He left a 
dau. Jane, who died young. 

VI. Kev. Thomas Brenan, S.J., 
born 1708, O.S., entered the 
Eoman Province of the Society 
of Jesus 1725 ; returned to 
Ireland 1744 ; employed in 
one of the Parish Churches of 
Dublin for nearly ten years, 
and gained distinction as a 
preacher ; Superior of the 
Irish Seminary at Eome, 1754; 
Kector of a Jesuit College in 
Derbyshire, 1769, and died 
there in 1773, shortly after 
the suppression of his Order. 



3. Charles Brenan, boi'n 1707 ; 
will proved 1767 ; father of: 

I. Martha, born 174], who m., in 
1762, Nicholas Keatinge, who 
died in 1767, leaving Maurice 
Keatinge, Q.O., who was father 
of the Right Hon. Eichard 
Keatinge, Judge of the Probate 
Court, and a Privy Councillor 
of Ireland; b. 1793, d. 1876. 

II. Mary- Anne, a spinster, born 
1750, will proved 1825. 

III. Eleanor, married in 1785, 
to Quin Braughall ; will proved 
1824. 

4. Catherine Brenan, born 1757, 
died 1832; married in 1780, to 
Don. John Brett, of Coltrummer, 
Brevet-Colonel of the Regiment of 
Hibernia in the Spanish Service, 
who left issue : 

I. Jane, born 1783, died 1853 ; 
married to Mark Mousarrat, 
and left issue. 

II. Catherine, born 1785, died 
1834 ; married to William 
Allen, and left issue. 

III. Alicia, born 1786 : married 
to Joseph O'Meagher, in 1827, 
died 1867 : had issue : 

I. John William O'Meagher, 
born 1829 ; died 1854, un- 
married. 

II. Joseph Casimir O'Meagher, 
born 1831, living 1883. 

III. Alicia (living in 1883) ; 
married to Michael John 
O'Grady, Esq. 



19.— THE " BEOOKE " FAMILY. 



KoGER Brooke, of Leytown, in 
Leicestershire, England, married a 

dau. of Bulkeley, of Weston- 

wood, in CO. Chester, and had : 
2. Thomas, Arm., who m. a 

daughter of Dawkenson of 

Nantwich, and had— 1. Eobert, 
who m. Joan ; 2. John, of 



whom presently ; 3. Richard, who had : 1. Ralph, who m. ; 2 



m. Leedes, and had issue : 

4. Ralph, who m. and had issue ; 

5. ( ), who m. Mannering, 

and had John Mannering, and 
Margaret Mannering, who married 
Thomas Masterson. 

3. John Brooke : the eldest son. 
of Thomas ; m. Capnall, and 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IEISH 



Allis, -who m. George Delves ; 3. 
Anna, who m. Thomas Whitney, 
of Gloucestershire, England ; 4. 
Thomas. 

4. Thomas : younger son of 

John ; m. Starkey, and had : 

1. Anna, 2. Kath., 3. Edward, 4. 
Reginald, 5, Richard. 



5. Richard Miles, of Rhodes : 
younger son of Thomas ; m. a dan. 
of John Carew, of Devonshire, and 
had : 

6. Thomas Brooke, of Norton, 
in Leicestershire, England ; living 
in 1590. 



20.— THE "BROWN" FAMILY, 

Of Mulranhan, County Wexford. 



Patrick Brown, of Mulrankan, co. 
Wexford, Esq., had : 

2. William, who had : 

3. Patrick of Mulrankan, who d. 
3 April, 1637. He m. Honora, 



dau. of David Barry, Viscount 
Buttevant, and had: 1. William, 
2. Walter. 

4. William : sou of Patrick. 



21. —THE" BURNETT" FAMILY. 

John Burnett, of Ballygriffan, co. Monaghan, married Anna Barnewell, 
of Crickston, and had one son and one daughter : 



I. Robert, of whom presently. 

1. Anna, who m. William, 
Viscount Gormanstown. 

2. Robert : son of John ; m. 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Talbot, of 
Malahide, and had two children : 

I. John, temp. Henry VIIL, of 

whom X3i*esently. 
I. Elizabeth, who was twice m. : 

first, to Robert Barnewell ; 

and, secondly, to James Bath. 

3. John : son of Robert ; m. 
Mary, dau. of William, Viscount 
Gormanstown, and had four 
children : 

I. Robert, v/ho d. s.p. Jegi. 

II. Patrick. 

I. Anna, who m. Richard Talbot, 
1559. 

II. Eliza, who m. Robert Barne- 
well. 

4. Patrick : second sou of John. 

In the Book of Survey and Dis- 
tribution for the County Monaghan, 



we find the " Burnett " family 
possessors of Estates in that 
Count}", in the Commonwealth 
period ; when those Estates were 
confiscated under the Cromwelliau 
Settlement, and their possessors 
cast on the world. The next men- 
tion of the family we found was 
that of : 

5. Patrick Burnet, who m. and 
had one son and one dau. : 

I. Richard, of whom presently. 

I. Eliza, who m. John Roche of 
Ballickmahon, in the parish of 
Crossmolina, barony of Ty- 
rawley, in the county of Mayo, 
and had : 

I. Ulick, who d. unm. 

I. Eliza, who m. Thomas Mac- 
Hale of Ballickmahon (both 
living in 1 87 1 ), and had issue. 

II. Margaret, who m. 

Leonard, of Derviu, in the 
parish of Crossmolina, and had 
issue, 



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6. Richard : son of Patrick ; m. 

Margaret Cowell of Enniscrone, 
county Sligo, and had five sons and 
three daughters : 

I. John. II. James. 

III. Michael, who m. Eliza 
Greer : These three sons emi- 
grated to America. 

IV. Patrick, of Enniscrone, of 
whom presently. 

V. Peter, of Newry, (living in 
1883) who m. Maria Malony, of 
Swineford, and has had issue. 

I. Eliza, who m. John Kirkwood, 
had issue, and emigrated to 
America. 

II. Mary, who m. James Burns, 
had issue, and emigrated to 
America. 

III. Bridget. 

7. Patrick Burnett, of Ennis- 
crone : fourth son of Richard ; m. 
Margaret Bourke, of Coolcaruey, 
near Ballina, Mayo, and had one 
surviving child : 

8. Eliza, who, on the 25th May, 
1845, m. John O'Hart, the Author 



of this Work (both living in 1883), 
and has had three sons and seven 
daughters : 

I. Patrick - Andrew, living in 
1883. 

II. John-Anthony, d. in infancy, 
1861. 

III. Francis-Joseph, d. in in- 
fancy, in 1866. 

I. Fanny, who m. Michael-John 
Devine, of Kilkee, co. Clare, 
and has had issue; both living 
in 1883. 

II. Mary-Elizabeth (d. 1880), who 
m. John Cunningbam, of 
Dublin, and left one surviving 
child, Eliza, b, 9 Dec, 1879. 

III. Margaret, who, in 1882, m. 
John Bourke, of Dublin, both 
living in 1883. 

IV. Ehza, unm. in 1883. 

V. Anne, unm. in 1883. 

VI. Louisa, unm. in 1883. 

VII. Hannah, unm. in 1883. 
(See No. 125 on the "O'Hart" 

pedigree, p. 194 of the Third Edition 
of our " Irish Pedigrees.") 



22.— THE "BUTLEE" FAMILY, 

Lords of Dunhoyne. 



Edmund Butler, Lord Dunboyne, 
married and had three sons — 1. 
James, 2. John, 3. Perce (or Peter). 

1. James, of whom presently. 

II. John (d. 1612), who m. and 
had : 

L Thomas (d. 28 Jan., 1640), 

who m. Ellane , and 

had : I. Edward, his heir. 

III. Perce (or Peter) : third son 
of Edmund, 

2. James, Lord Dunboyne : 
eldest son of Edmund ; d. 18 Feb. 
1624. He was twice married : 

his first wife was , by whom 

he had : 



I. John, of whom presently. 
The second wife of James, Lord 

Dunboyne, was Mary O'Brien (d. 
20 Feb., 1636), by whom he had: 

II. James (d. 1619), who had: 
I. Thomas, his heir, who m. 

Ellice Fitzpatrick, and who, 
dying 26 April, 1637, left a 
son : I. James, aged 5 years, 
in 1637. 

3. John : son of James by his 
first marriage ; m. and had : 

4. Lord Edmund Butler, who 
was of man's age {Plena cBtatis) 
in 1624. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



23.— THE "BUTLEE" FAMILY, 

Of Boijntonrath, County Tqjj)eranj. 



Edmund Butler, Lord Dunboyne, 
had : 

2. Peter, of Grillali, co. Tipperary, 
Esq., who had : 

8. James, of Grillah (his heir), 
■who had : 

4. Edmund, of Boyntom-ath, co. 
Tipperary, who d. in 1637. He m. 
Dorothy, dau. of " Kyan" (Cian) 



O'Carroll, and had: L James; 2. 
Peter, who m. a dau. of William 
St. John, of St. Johnstown, co. 
Tipperary. 

5. James Butler : the elder son 
of Edmund ; m. Ellice, dau. of 
Tibot Butler, of Masterstown, co. 
Tipperary. 



24.— THE "BUTLEK" FAMILY, 

Of Lisnatuhrid, County Tipperary. 



Walter Butler, of Lisnatuhrid, 
CO. Tipperary, m. Joan, dau. and 

heir of Burdon, of Miltown, 

CO. Tipperary, and had : 

2. Nicholas, who had : 

3. Richard, who had : 

4. Theobald, who had : 

5. Richard, who had : 



6. Theobald, who had : 

7. Richard, of Lisnatubrid, who 
d. 12 April, 1639. He. m. Joan, 
dau. of John Walsh, of Kilcregan, 
CO. Kilkenny, gent., and had: 1. 
John, 2. Ellen, 3. EHs, 4. Mary. 

8. John Butler : son of Richard. 



25.— THE "BUTLER" FAMILY, 

OfPolestoicn, County Kilkenny. 



KicHARD Butler, of Polestown, co. 
Kilkenny, had : 

2. Edmund, who d. 21 April, 
1636, and was buried in Kilkenny. 
He m. Ellis, dau. of Nicholas 
Hhortall, and had five sons and 
seven daughters : The sons were — 
1. Walter, of whom presently; 2. 
Theobald ; 3. Richard ; 4. Peirce ; 



5. Thomas. The daughters were — 
1. Ellis, who m. Murtogh Cavanagh, 
of Garoishill (now Garryhill), co. 
Carlo w, Esq. ; 2. Kath. ; 3. Mar- 
garet ; 4. Anne ; 5. Eliza ; 6. 
Ellen ; 7. Elan. 

3. Walter Butler : eldest son of 
Edmund ; m. Eliza, dau. of 
Viscount Mountgarret. 



26.— THE " BUTLER " FAMILY, 

Of Shanhallyduffe, County Tipperary. 



James Butler, Earl of Ormond, 
had : 

2. Sir Thomas Butler, Knt., 
Prior of Kilmanan, who d. 1408. 
He had : 

3, Sir Richard, Knt., who had : 



4. Sir Thomas, who had : 

5. Edmund, who had : 

6. Thomas, who had : 

7. Thomas Butler, of Shanhally- 
duffe, who d. 8 May, 1635, 



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43 



27.— THE "CASEY" FAMILY, 

Of Ballygaveran. 



Egbert Casse married Margaret 
Caddie, and had : 

2. William, who married Joanna, 

daughter of Blanchfield, and 

had : 

3. Stephen, who m. Anastace 
Young, and had : 

1. Stephen, of whom presently ; 
2. Symon, who married Margaret, 

daughter of Cleere, and had 

two childfen — one of whom 
was John, who married Honora 
White, and had a daughter 
Anastasia. 

4. Stephen (2) : the elder son of 
Stephen ; m. Kath. Morphee, and 
had : 1. John, of whom presently ; 



-From F. 4. 18. 

2, Patrick, who had William, who 
had Margaret. 

5. John : the elder son of Stephen 
(2) ; m. Eose, dau. of Cant- 
well, and had : 

6. John, who m. Alsona Swaine, 
and had : 

7. Stephen (3), who m. Lucia 
Walsh, and had : L Lawrence, of 
whom presently; 2. Joanna, who 
m. George Burke. 

8. Lawrence : son of Stephen (3) ; 
was Supervisor of the Port of 
Dublin ; m. Joanna Andrews, and 
had: 

9. William Casey, of Ballygav- 
eran. 



28.— THE "CATELYN" FAMILY. 



Sir Nathaniel Catelyn, Knight, 
Sergeant-at-Law, Speaker of the 
House of Commons in 1634, d. at 
Cavan, Judge of Assize, on the 5th 
of April, 1637, and was bur. at St. 
Nicholas's, Dublin, on the 11th of 



said April. 
Maria, dau. 



His 
of — 



first wife 
— Turner ; 



was 
and 



his second wife was Eebecca, dau. 
of William Tiiimbelby, of Dublin, 
gent. 



29.— CELTIC FAMILIES. 

In page 412 J of MacFirbis's "Irish Genealogies" the following Celtic 
names are designated Mayhaidh Saxonta (" magadh ": Irish, mocking, 
jeering) ; meaning that it was only in jest these names were said to be of 
Saxon origin : 

29. Lindesay 
80. Little 

31. Lundie 

32. Murray 

33. Newbigging 

34. Oliphant 

35. Eamsay 

36. Euther 

37. Euthven 

38. Scot 

39. Scrimager 

40. Sebon 

41. Tints 

42. Wallace 



1. 


Auchinlek 


15. 


Gordon 


2. 
3. 
4. 


Barclay 

Barde 

Biset 


16. 
17. 

18. 


Grakane 

Gray 

Guthrie 


5. 
6. 

7. 


Blaire 

Boyd 

Cambell 


19. 
20. 
21. 


Haliday 

Hay 

Ireland 


8. 


Cleland 


22. 


Jardan 


9. 


Crawfurd 


23. 


Johnston 


10. 


Currie 


24. 


Kar 


11. 


Dasse 


25. 


Keith 


12. 
13. 


Dowglas 
Dun 


26. 
27. 


Killpatrick 
Lawder 


14. 


Foorde 


28. 


Lennox 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



30.— THE "CHEEVEES" FAMILY, 

Of Ballxjhalbj^ Count]) Wexfovih 



Nicholas Cheevers, of Ballyhally, 
CO. Wexford had : 

2. Sir Walter, of Macetown, co. 
Meath, who had : 

3. Sir Christopher, of same i^lace, 
who had : 

4. John, of same place, who had : 

5. Henry, of Mountaine, co. 
Dublin, who d. June, IGiO. He 



m. Kath., dau. of Richard Fitz- 
william of Merrion, Knt., and had 
issue : 

I. Walter, of whom presently. 

II. Thomas. 

III. Patrick, who d. s.p. 

6. Walter Cheevers : son of 
Henry ; m. Alson, dau. of Nicholas, 
Visct. Netterville. 



31.— THE "CHICHESTER" FAMILY. 



John Chichester, Miles, married 
Gertrude, dau. of William Courtney, 
Miles^ and had : 

1, Edward, of whom presently. 

II. Arthur, Miles, erat Sergeant- 
Major; created Lord Chichester 
and Baron of Belfast on the 
23 Feb., 1612; he d. in 
London in 1G24, and was bur. 
in St. Nich., Carrickfergus, 
on the 24 Oct., 1625. He m. 
Letitia, dau. of John Perrot, 
Miles, ob. 27 Nov., 1620, Knt., 
and had : 

I. Arthur, b. 22 Sept., and d. 
30 Oct., 1606. 

III. John, Miles, Sergt. -Major : 
third son of John. 

2. Edward : eldest son of John ; 
was twice m. " Fratri successit, 
Ld. Chichester, Baron of Belfast. 
D. at Westm., 1 ApL, 1625. (Alias 
Vic. Chich. de Carrickfergus) et 
Gubernator de Carrickfergus 12 
Oct., 1629." We have not ascer- 
tained the name of Edward's first 
wife ; but his second wife was An., 
dau. and co-heir of John Copleston, 



—P. 132. F. 4. 18 

of Eglesford, by whom he had two 
sons : 

I. Arthur, of whom presently. 

II. John (Subversus), who m. 
Maria, dau. of Eoger Jones, 
Visct. Eanelagh, and had two 
sons and one daughter : 

I. John, who had John, Maria, 
An., Eliza. 

II. Arthur, who had : — 1. 
John ; 2. Arthur, who m. 
and had Kathleen. 

I. Eliza : dau. of John and 
Maria Jones ; m. John Cole, 
of Newlaud, Bart., co. 
Dublin. 
3. Arthur, Visct. Chichester : son 
of Edward ; created Earl of Don- 
egal, 1616. Thrice m. : by his 
first wife he had Maria ; by his second 
wife he had — 1. Arthur, 2. Edward, 
3. John, 4. Digby, 5. James, 6. 
Beatrice ; and by his third wife he 
had two sons and two daughters : 

I. William, Lord Chichester. 

II, John, C. of Gowran. 

I. Anna. 

II. Letitia. 



32.— THE "CLAYTON" FAMILY, 

Of Doner aik\ Countij Cork. 



Clayton, of Doneraile, co. 

Cork, m. Eliza, dau. of William 
Gaiter of London, gent., and had : 
1. Eandal, s.p. ; 2. William ; 3. 



John; 4. Lawrence, s.p. ; 5. Eliza ; 
6. Mary ; 7. Jane ; 8. Alice ; 9. 
Anne. 

2. William : his second sou. 



PEDIGREES. 

33.— THE " CONSTABLE " FAMILY. 



45 



Kefereing to Michael Slianly, who (see p. 175 of the Thh-d Edition of 
our " Irish Pedigrees") is No. 123 on the " Shanly " pedigree, and to 
his wife Mrs. Constable, we wish to state that this lady had by her first 
husband an only daughter, Annabel Constable, who, in January 1788, m. 
Major Coote Nisbitt, of Aughry, in the county Leitrim. 



34.— THE ''COGHLAN" FAMILY, 

Of Dnjm, County Fioscommou. 



Dermod Coghlan, of Drym, county 
Roscommon, had : 

2. Eichard, who had : 

3. John, of Drym, who d. 28th 
Feb. 1637. He m. Kath., dau. of 
Edmund Malone, of Buolynchoan, 
gent., and had : 

I. Tibot, of whom presently. 



II. Richard, who m. Anne, dau. 

of Melaghlin Dalaghan, in the 

CO. Roscommon. 

4. Tibot Coghlan : son of John ; 

m. Anne, daughter of John Leigh 

O'Molloy, of Ahadonoh, county 

Roscommon, gent. 



35.— THE "COMERFORD" FAMILY, 

Of BaUi/biirlet/, Count!/ Kilkenny. 



2 
3. 

4. 
who 



Richard Comerford, of Ballyburley, 
Esq., had : 

Richard, who had : 

Thomas, who had : 

Richard, of Ballyburley, Esq., 

d. 15th June, 1607. He m. 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Purcell, 
Baron of Loughmoe, and had : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. Richard, who m. Eliza, dau. 
of William Dean, of Moycullen, 
CO. Kilkenny, gent. 



5. John : sou of Eichard ; m. 
Grany, dau. of Morgan Cavenagh, 
of Bureas, in the co. Carlow, and 
had a daughter : 

6. Margaret, who m. first Vis- 
count St. Lawrence, Lord of Howth ; 
and, secondly, Jenico, Viscount 
Preston. She d. in Dublin, 16th 
Nov., 1637, and was bur. in Stam- 
ullen, CO. Meath. 



36.— THE "COOKE" FAMILY, 

Of Kiltuna, County Sliyo. 

O'Callaghan, in his " History of the Irish Brigades," states that this 
family settled in Ireland in the century after the Invasion ; which 
inclines us to believe that the " Cookes" in other parts of Ireland are 
distinct from them, and that the ancestor of this family came to Ireland 
in the thirteenth century with Roger De Bigod, earl of Norfolk, and 
settled in the county Carlow. To this day, even, the sirname Cooke is 
very prevalent in Norfolk — more so, than in any other part of England 
or Ireland. 



46 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

It was a member of this family who (see Bishop Moran's Monasticon 
Hlbernicum) iounded a Franciscan Abbey in their demesne, now known as 
" Oak Park," near Caiiow, at present (1883) the property of Mr. Bruen. 

We have traced this genealogy back to John Cooke, of Carlow, who 
was an officer in a Eegiment of Horse, in the Army of King James 
the Second. This John Cooke and his brothers took up arms " for faith 
and sovereign," and so warmly espoused the cause of King James, that, 
in grateful recognition of their devotion to him, His Majesty granted to 
them the style and title for ever of The Cookes of the Cavaliers. 

The family estates in Carlow and elsewhere confiscated, because of 
their adherence to the cause of King James, this John Cooke, after the 
battle of Aughrim, settled in Connaught ; where he and his descendants 
married into some of the most respectable families of that province. 
One of his brothers, named Mathew, went to France as an officer in the 
Irish Koyal Eegiment of Footguards ; and, most likely, was the person 
alluded to by O'Callaghan, in his "Irish Brigades," pages 332 and 595, 
as the Mathew Cooke who there died in 1740. 



1. John Cooke, of Carlow, above- 
mentioned : living A. D. 1691. See- 
ing that after the battle of Aughrim 



sons — 1. Thomas, 2. John. This 
John entered into Holy Orders, 
and became Parish Priest of Bally- 



the cause of King James was lost, '. mote, co. Sligo. 

and wishing to escape the Williamite | 3. Thomas: son of Charles ; m. 

troopers, this John Cooke crossed i in 1770 Anna Irwin, dau. of A 



into Mayo and there met and mar- 
ried Mary Lynch, the daughter of 
Dr. Patrick Lynch, of Westport ; 
by her he had issue three sons — 1. 
Charles, 2. Thomas, 3. Mathew. 
Thomas died early in life; and 
Mathew joined the French service. 
2. Charles : eldest son of John; 
m. in 1725, Sheela Mor O'Dowda, 
daughter of the O'Dowda, prince of 
Tireragh, and bv her had issue two 



Irwin, of Muckleta, and by her had : 

I. Charles, of whom presently. 

II. Patrick, who m. Mary White, 
and d. s.p. 

4. Charles: son of Thomas ; m. 
in 1798 Bridget, eldest dau. and 
co-heir of Henry Meredyth and 
his wife, Celia Naper,-'= who was 
the only dau. of James Naper, of 
Tubbercurry. f The issue of Charles 
and Bridget Cooke were : 



* Naper: It is worthy of remark that, while Mr. Cooke, of Kilturra is the 
i-epreseiitative in the Male line of a family attainted by King William the Third, he 
represents through the Napei-s, one of the few Sligo families (outside the Coopers of 
Markree, and Lord CoUooney), attainted in the Parliament of King James the 
Second : a curious disclosure, and one which shows that much " Orange and Green " 
is fused in some Irish families. One might well look for Patriotism in this family ; 
for, one of the Ormsbys was Lieut.-Colonel of the Sligo Volunteers in 1782, while the 
Right Honorable Joshua Cooper, of Markree, AI. P. for the county Sligo, was one of 
the Delegates to the Irish National Convention of that memorable year ! 

t Tubbercurr;/ : This .James Naper was the direct descendant of James Napper of 
Tober-an-choire, (anglicised " Tobercurry "), who was attainted in the Dublin Parlia- 
ment of King James the Second, a.d. 1689 ; Celia Naper's mother was a Cooper of 
Markree Castle ; and Henry Meredith's mother was an Ormsby of Willowbrook. 
Henry Meredith's great-great-grandfather, Robert Meredith, was (along M'ith John 
Cusack) M.P. forthe borough of Boyle, a.d. 161.3. They were the first M.P's. for 
that borough. Afterwards, in 1639, Sir Robert King and Richard Wingfield were the 
Members for Boyle. At p. 416 in the " Life of Mary Aikenhead," there is honourable 
mention made of the Cookes of Sligo, by the talented authoress of that interesting work. 



PEDIGBEES. 



47 



I. John, who m. Ellinor Brett, 
and d. s.p. 

II. Mark, who m. Bridget Henry, 
and had only one surviving 
son, who was in Holy Orders, 
and d. in 1880. 

III. Thomas. 

5. Thomas : third son of Charles ; 
m. in 1843 Katherine MacGeterick : 
and had : 

I. John Ormsby Cooke, of whom 
presently. 

II. Thomas King Cooke, b. in 
1846, and (in 1877) a Lieut.- 
Colonel in the United States 
Service. 



III. Francis Meredith Cooke, b.in 
1848. 

IV. Charles Naper Cooke, b. in 
1850 ; now in Australia. 

V. Joseph Meredith Cooke, b. in 
1851, now (1883) in America. 

VI. Edward Ormsby Cooke, b. 
in 1862. 

6. John Ormsby Cooke, of Kil- 
turra, co. Sligo, and of Wells, in the 
CO. Carlow : son of Thomas ; b. 
in 1845, and living in 1883.— For 
further particulars see "Walford's 
County Families"; and " De 
Burgh's Landowners of Ireland." 



87.— THE ''COSBY" FAMILY, 

Of StradbaUij, QueeiCs County. 



KicHAED Cosby, of Stradbally, in 
the Queen's County, d. Dec, 1623. 
He m. Eliza, dau. of Sir Eobert 
Pigot, of Disert, and had four sons : 

I. Alexander, of whom presently. 

II. Eichard, who d. 7th June, 
1640. He had a son named 
Francis. 

III. WilHam. IV. Mathew. 



2. Alexander : the eldest son of 
Kichard; d. 1st Augvist, 1636. He 
m. Anne, daughter of Sir Francis 
Slingesby, of Kilmore, co. Cork, 
and had one son and one daughter : 

I. Francis. I. Anna. 

3. Francis Cosby : son of Alex- 
ander. 



38.— THE " CKAWFOKD" FAMILY. 

CoBiMENciNG with the first Earl of Richmond, this Family Genealogy is 
as follows : 



Alan, surnamed Rufus or Fer- 
[/aunt, son of Hoel or Endo, Duke 
of Brittany, in France, Alan, 
coming over to England with 
William the Conqueror, com- 
manded the rear of his army in 
the battle of Hastings, and for his 
services on that occasion, and at 
the siege of York, obtained the 
Earldom of Kichmond, with all 
the northern part of county York, 
previously the honor and county of 
Edroynne, the Saxon Earl of 



Mercia. He m. Constance, dau. of 
William the Conqueror, but had no 
issue. He m. secondly Ermeu- 
garde, the divorced wife of William 
IX., Duke of Aquitaine, and dying 
in 1119 was succeeded by his son : 

Conan le Gros, m. Matilda, 
natural daughter of Henry I. of 
England, and d. 17th Sept., 1148, 
leaving by her a son, Hoel, who d. 
s.p., and a dau., his heiress : 

Bertha, who m., 1137, Allan 
Niger (3rd Earl of Eichmond in 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



lier right), son of Stephen, Comte 
of Penthirose. Her son : 

Alan Niger, 4th Earl of Eich- 
mond, an active partizan of King 
Stephen in his contest with the 
Empress Maud. He m. Bertha, 
dau. and heir of Conan, 3rd Duke 
of Brittany, and by their marriage 
acquired the title of Duke of 
Bvetagne, and had issue : 

1. Conan le petit. Earl of Eich- 
mond and Duke de Bretagne. 
He m. Margaret, dau. of Henry, 
Earl of Huntingdon, and sister 
of William, King of Scotland, 
and had one dau., Constance, 
who m. three times : first to 
Geoffrey Plantagenet, fourth 



son of Henry 11. of England ; 
secondly, to Ralph, Earl of 
Chester, from whom she was 
divorced ; and thirdly to Guy, 
Vicomte de Thonars, by whom 
she had two daughters. 

2. Brian, father of Alan, Lord of 
Bedale. 

3. Guy, ancestor of the Barons 
Strange, I'Estrange, &c. 

4. Eeginald, ancestor of the 
Crawfords, Lords of Crawford. 
Being brother-in-law to King 
William the Lion, 1214, he be- 
came a person of great eminence 
in Scotland. He mar. Margaret, 
daughter of James of Loudoun, as' 
below. 



39.— THE " CEAWFOED " FAMILY, 

Of Millwood, Co. Fermanagh. 

This family is descended from Reginald, third son of the fourth Eaii of 
Eichmond : 



Eeginald de Crawford, heritable 
Sheriff of the shire of Ayr, which 
office was long held by his posterity. 
He married, circa 1200, Margaret, 
daughter and heiress of James de 
Loudoun, who received a charter 
of the baronies of Loudoun, county 
Ayr, (which afterwards gave the 
title of Earl to its possessors), and 
he became the first Vice-Comes of 
the county. His son : 

Sir Hugh de Crawford, of Lou- 
doun. He was witness to a charter, 
A.D. 1226, and dying, 1246, was 
succeeded by his son : 

Hugh de Crawford of Loudoun, 
Vice-Comes of Ayr, He died, 1288, 
and left by his wife Alicia a son, 
Reginald, and a daughter, Margaret, 
who m. Sir Malcolm Wallace, laird 
of Ellerslie, and was mother of the 
immortal patriot and upholder of 
the freedom of Scotland, Sir 
William Wallace. His son : 



Sir Eeginald de Crawford, of 
Loudoun, also a distinguished 
patriot, was treacherously murdered 
at a banquet in 1297, leaving a son 
Reginald, his successor in Loudoun, 
whose only daughter, Susan Craw- 
ford, heiress of Loudoun, married 
Sir Duncan Campbell, knight, of 
Eed Castle. From this marriage 
descended the Earls of Loudoun. 
The male line was carried on by : 

Sir John Crawfurd, eldest son of 
Hugh Crawfurd of Loudoun (temp. 
Alex. II.). He possessed part of 
the barony of Crawford, and gave 
it the name of " Crawfurd- John.'" 
He left issue a son, Eoger ; and a 
daughter Margaret, who m. Sir 
Walter Barclay, and to whom he 
gave half the lands of " Crawfurd- 
John." Then followed in immediate 
succession Roger, Malcolm, and 
John Crawfurd. His sou : 

Malcolm Crawfurd, of Greenock, 



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m. Marjory, only dau. and heiress 
of Sir John Barclay, of " Crawford- 
John.'" In 1499 a charter was 
granted to the family of the lands 
of Kilbirnie. He had issue : 

1. Robert, his heir. 

2. Jarues, ancestor of the Craw- 
fords of Minnock, in Ayrshire. 

3. Thomas. 

4. John. 

5. Isabel, married to Sir Adam 
Cuninghame of Capriugtou, in 
1469. 

Kobert Crawfurd, m. Margaret, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Semphill, of 
Elliotstone. His son : 

Laurence Crawfurd, of Kilbirnie. 
He married Helen, dau. of Sir Hugh 
Campbell of Loudoun, ancestor of 
the Earls of Loudoun, by whom he 
had six sons and two daughters : 

1. Hugh, his heir, who continued 
the elder line, a staunch ad- 
herent of Queen Mary. He 
m., first, Margaret, dau. of Sir 
John Colquhoun of Luss, by 
whom he had a son Malcolm 
Crawfurd of Kilbirnie. 

2. William Crawfurd. 
8. Robert. 

4. John. 

6. David Crawfurd of Campbell. 

6. Catherine, m. to David Fairlie 
of that ilk. 

7. Isabel, m. to Gavin Blair of 
Hally. 

8. Thomas Crawfurd, of Jordan - 
hill. 

Captain Thomas Crawfurd, of 
Jordanhill, became heir to the 
baronetcy of Sir John Crawfurd of 
Kilbirnie, who died without male 
issue, leaving two daughters : 1. 
Anne, m. to Sir Archibald Steuart, 
of Blackball ; 2. Margaret, m. to 
Hon. Patrick, second son of John, 
17th Earl of Crawfurd, and 10th 
Lord Lindsay of the Byres, (who 
assumed the name of Crawford on 
succeeding to Kilbirnie, and whose 



son, John Lindsay Crawford, of 
Kilburnie, was created Viscount 
Gurnock in 1703.) Capt. Thomas 
Crawford was commander of the 
young King's forces, and on many 
occasions distinguished himself in 
battle. On the 2nd April, 1572, he 
took the castle of Dunbarton, then 
held by Lord Fleming, and deemed 
impregnable. The elder branches 
of the family still tise the crest 
Dunharton Castle, with the motto 
Ex imgnavi, as a distinction com- 
memorating this event. He m. 
first Marion, dau. of Sir John 
Colquhoun, of Luss, Dowager of 
Robert, master of Boyd, by whom 
he had one dau. Marion, m. to Sir 
John Fairley of that ilk. He m. 
secondly, Janet, dau. of Robert Ker, 
of Kersland, Ayrshire, by whom he 
had two sons and one daughter : 

1. David, who succeeding to his 
mother's estate took the name 
of Ker. 

2. Hew, his heir. 

. 3. Susanna, married to Colin 
Campbell of Ellengreg. 
Hew Crawford, of Jordanhill, 
married Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Stirling of Law, and by her had 
five sons and two daughters. 

1. Cornelius Crawford, of Jordan- 
hill, Mary, dau. of Sir 
James Lockhart, of Lee. 

2. Thomas, a Colonel in the 
Piussian service, a dau. of 
Colonel Alexander Crawford. 

3. John, rector of Halden, in co. 
Kent (England). 

4. Laurence, Major-General in 
the Scottish Army {vid. inf.) 

5. Daniel, General in the Russian 
service ; Governor of Smolensk, 
and died Governor of Moscow. 

Laurence Crawford, Major- 
General in the Scottish army ; 
killed at the Siege of Hereford : 
His son : 

Laurence Crawford, of Cavan- 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IEISH 



carragh, co. Fermanagh, the first 
of the family who settled in Ireland. 
He married Sarah, sister of John 
Corry, of Castlecoole, county 
Fermanagh, great-grandfather of 
Armar Lowry Corry, 1st Lord 
Belmore. His eldest son : 

Laurence Crawford, of Cavan- 
carragh, one of the gentlemen of 
the CO. Fermanagh, a^-tainted in 
1G89 by King James's Trible Par- 
liament as adherents of the Prince 
of Orange. His son : 

William Crawford, of Snowhill, 

CO. Fermanagh, married , dau. 

of Thomas Fitzgerald, of the House 

of , and left five sons and one 

daughter. 

I. Ralph Crawford, of Snowhill, 
b. 1711, married 1738, his 
cousin, Margaret, dau. of 
Robert Crawford, of Oaldey 
Park, CO. Meath, and left 
issue, one dau., Alicia, m. 
29 March, 1759, John French, 
of French Park, county Ros- 
common, M.P. for that county 
(who was uncle of Arthur 
French, of French Park, 
created Baron de Freyne, of 
Coolavin, co. Sligo), and d. s.p. 

2. Henry, b. 1713 ; settled in 
America. 

3. Jane, mar. Leonard, 

and had issue, a son. 

4. Anne, mar. Scott, of 

Scottsborough, co. London- 
derry, and had one son who 
mar. and had a daughter. 

5. Margaret, mar. Leslie, 

son of James Leslie, D.D., 
Bishop of Limerick, and 
brother of Sir Edward 
Leslie, of Tarbert House, 
CO. Kerry, and had issue. 

6. Alicia, mar. Corry, 

and had a son, William 
Corry. 

7. Katheriue, mar. Alexander 
Hamilton. 



8. Elizabeth, mar. William 

Hassard, of Gardenhill, co. 

Fermanagh, and had issue. 

II> Robert Crawford, of Oakley 

Park, CO. Meath, m. Alice, 

dau. of Jason Hassard, of 

Gardenhill, co. Fermanagh, 

and d. 1784, leaving one son, 

Jason, of Laurencetown, co. 

Meath, who d. 17G9, leaving 

three sons and two daughters. 

1. Robert, of Lam-encetown, 
m. Miss Tucker, of Peter- 
ville. 

2. John, of Laurencetown, who 
left 1. Rev. Jason, of Lau- 
rencetown, m. a dau. of 
Henry Rowley, of Maperath, 
CO. Meath, and left issue, 
2. Robert, 3. Richard, m. a 
dau. of John Crawford, an 
oflicer in the Royal Artillery, 
and d. s.p. 

3. Ralph Henry, d. unm. 

4. Annabella. 

5. Margaret, m. her cousin, 
Ralph Crawford, of Snow- 
hill. 

IIL Henry Crawford, of Millwood, 
county Fermanagh, of whom 
presently. 

IV. James Crawford, of Ennis- 
killen, b. 1682, d. 21st October, 
leaving, by his wife Isabella, 
one son and a dau. The son 
James, of Auburn, co. Dublin, 
who m. 1776, Frances Dorothy, 
elder dau. of George Vernon, 
of Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin, 
whose grandson, Thomas 
Crawford, on inheriting his 
grandmother's estates of Fort 
Singleton, county Monaghan, 
assumed the arms and name 
of Siiigletun. 2. Martha, died 
1804, m. 1737, Colonel Richard 
Graham, of Culmaine, county 
Monaghan, and Derrynooze, 
CO. Armagh, and had one son 
Richard, d. uum. 8. Isabella, 



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51 



m. Thomas Singleton, of Fort 
Singleton, co. Monaghan, and 
had issue Thomas Singleton, 
b. 1760, and a dau. Isabella, 
m. John Montray Jones, and 
d. s.p. 4. Elizabeth, married 
William Black, and had issue. 

V. Rev. John Crawford. 

VI. Eebecca, m. John Irvine. 
Henry Crawford, of Millwood, 

county Fermanagh, third son of 
William of Snowhill, m. Catherine, 
dau. of Colonel Alexander Acheson 
(younger son of Sir Arthur Acheson, 
Bart., and brother of the first Lord 
Gosford), and d. 1755, leaving a 
son, Alexander, and a daughter, 
Catherine, who married her cousin 
Andrew Crawford, of Auburn co. 
Dublin, and had issue. 

Alexander Crawford, of Mill- 
wood, county Fermanagh, m. 1753, 
Conolly, third dau. of Christopher 
Carleton, of Newry, and sister of 
General Sir Guy Carleton, first Lord 
Dorchester, by whom (who married 
secondly, Sir Patrick King,) he had 
two sons and two daughters : 

1. Christopher, b. 1755, Captain 
14th Light Dragoons ; d. unni. 

2. Guy Henry, Lieut. 23rd Eegt., 
d. unm., 1785. 

3. Alexander, of whom presently. 

4. Anne, m. 1783, Henry Col- 
clough of Mount Sion, county 
Carlow (a son of Beauchamp 
Colclough, of Bohermore, co. 
Carlow), High Sheriff of the 
county 1803., d. 1836. She 
had three sons and three daus. 



5. Catherine, m. 1785, Beau- 
champ Colclough, of Kildoone, 
CO. Carlow, posthumous son 
of Beauchamp Colclough of 
Bohermore, co. Carlow, and 
had five sons and five daus. 
(He was High Sheriff of county 
Carlow in 1813.) Settled in 
Canada. Her grandson Beau- 
champ Colclough, is now heir 
male of Sir Anthony Colclough 
of Tintern Abbey, co. Wexford. 
Colonel Alexander Crawford of 
Millwood, county Fermanagh, and 
Miltown House, Dublin, J.P. and 
D.L. for Fermanagh, b. 1768, mar. 
first Dorothy, daughter of Colonel 
Jones, and niece of Lord Downes, 
and by her, who d. at Lisbon, he 
had two sons : 

1. Alexander Fitzgerald, b. 1794, 
m. 1838, his cousin Eliza, dau. 
of Colonel Hill of the " Battle 
Axe Guards," and by her had 
six sons and two daughters. : 
Alexander-Robert, Richard, 
Guy, Mervyn, Rowley, Hugh, 
Dorothy, and Anna. In 1836 
he broke the entail of the 
Fermanagh estate with the 
consent of his brother Guy, 
left Ireland and settled in 
Australia, at Moona Plains, 
New South Wales, d. 1873. 

2. Guy, b. at Millwood in 1796, 
d. unmarried in Dublin, 1874. 
Alexander m. secondly Eliza, 
youngest daughter of Edward 
Scriven* (descended from the 
Barclays of Mathers and Urie), 



* Scriven: Edward Scriven had fifteen children: 1. John Barclay Scriven, a 
barrister in Dublin, m. and had children ; 2. Captain Scriven, had one dau., Anne, m. 
to Rev. John Enraght ; 3. Anne, m. Sir John Macartney, Bart., of Lish, co. Armagh 
(and had seven children) ; 4. Catherine^ m. William Glascock, whose eldest daughter, 
Elizabeth Catherine, m. General Robert Ross, Commander-in-Chief of the English 
army sent against the United States. After a short career of great success, during 
which he won the day at Bladensberg, he fell 12th September, 1814. On his widow 
and descendants was conferred the honorary distinction "of Bladensberg," (see 
Ross of Bladensberg, in Landed Gentry) ; 5. Eliza, m., firstly, John Evans, and had 
Rev. John Evans, vicar of Rosstrevor (who had two sons and one daughter — 1. Rev. 
John Evans, of Grassendale ; 2. Edward Evans, 3. Dora, m. to Thomas Disney). She 
m., secondly, Alexander Crawford, of Millwood, as above. 



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IBISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



and widow of John Evans 
(whose eldest son, Rev. John 
Evans, was for fifty years vicar 
of Rosstrevor), and had by her 
three sons and one daughter. 

3. Carletou Thomas, b. 1804, at 
Millwood, Fermanagh ; edu- 
cated at the Royal Military 
College, Woolwich ; Captain 
32nd Regt. ; m. 1841, Chris- 
tina, eldest daughter of John 
Morgan, Esq., of St. Chris- 
topher's (d. 22nd Jan., 1881, 
in the 80tli year of her age), 
and has one son ; he d. 30th 
October, 1882. 

1. Carleton Morgan Crawford, 
b. 1843. 

4. Mervyn Archdall Nott Craw- 
ford, of whom further on. 

5. William Connolly, b. 1809, 
barrister-at-law, d. uum. at 
Ilerne Bay, Kent, 1830. 

6. Meta, b. Milltown House, 
Dublin, 1812, d. 1821. Alex- 
ander Crawford, d. of Typhus 
fever, at Miltown House, 1814. 

Mervyn Archdall Nott Crawford, 
fourth sou of Colonel Alexander, b. 
at Miltown House, Dublin, 1807, 
(Trinity College, Cambridge) m. 
25th April, 1848, Emily Sophia, 
eldest dau. of Hans Busk, Esq., of 
Glenalder (High Sherifi', county 
Radnor ; J.P. and D.L. for the 



same county in 1837), and Culver- 
den Lodge, Kent, and grand-dau. 
of Sir Wadsworth Busk, Attorney- 
General for the Isle of Man, and 
by her had one son and three 
daughters : 

1. Margaret Barclay, b. 1849 ; 
married in 1871, to Edmond 
O'Gormau, of Monamore, co. 
Clare, and has three sons : 

1. Mervyn Archdall Joseph 
Pius, born 19th Dec, 1871. 

2. Cecil Carleton Crawford, b. 
6th April, 1873. 

3. Bernardiue Beauchamp 
Colclough, b. 1st Nov., 1874. 

2. Cecil Mary, b. 1852. ' A 
Dominican nun at Stone, 
Staffordshire ; professed, 25th 
April, 1872 (Sister Catherine 
Joseph). 

3. Kaymond, b. in Paris, 12tli 
February, 1858 ; educated at 
Stonyhurst, 18tli Eegiment, 
" Eoi/al Irish" ; in., 4th July, 
1883, Evelyn Violet, eldest 
dau. of Charles Kempe, Esq., 
of Ampfield House, Hamp- 
shire. 

4. Eose Marie, b. in Paris, Gth 
January, 1861, mar., 9th Jan- 
uary, 1883, to Edward Pusey, 
eldest son of Rev. Frederick 
Eaymond-Barkcr, of Bisley 
Manor, Glo'stershire. 



40.— THE " CEOFTON" FAMILY, 

County Roscommon. 



John Crofton, of Lisdurn, co. Ros- 
common, d. 16 Sept., 1637. He 
m. Sarah, dau. of Eichard May- 
powder, and had nine sons and five 
daughters : 

I. Eichard, of whom presently. 

II. William. 

III. John, who m. Mary, dau. of 
Brent Moore. 



IV. Colly, who m. Maud, dau. of 

Cadle, of Cadlestown, and 

had one sou : 

I. James Crofton. 

V. Thomas. 

VI. Edward. 

VII. Joshua. 

VIII. Luke, 

IX. Eobert. 



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53 



The five daughters were : 

I. Eliza. 

II. Margaret. 

III. Joan. 

IV. Kath., who m. Joseph Ware. 

V. Sara. 



2. Richard : eldest son of John ; 
m. Anne, dan. of Sir Basil Brook, 
and had two sons : 

I. John. 

II. Eichard. 

3. JohnCrofton: son of Eichard. 



41.— THE "D ALTON" FAMILY, 

Of Miltown, County Westmeath. 



Eichard Dalton, of Miltown, had : 

2. Tibbot (his third son), of 
Eowlandstown, co. Westmeath, 
gent., who had : 

3. John, of Dalystown, co. West- 
meath (his heir), who d. 4 Jan., 
1636, and was bur. in Baronrath. 
He m. Ellice, dau. of John Dillon, 
of Baskins, in the co. Westmeath, 
gent., and had six sons and 
one daughter : 

I. Eichard. II. Walter. 

III. Maurice, who m. Dorcus, 
dau. of John Travers, Esq., 
of the CO. Westmeath, gent., 
Registrar of the Consistory 
Court of Cork. 



IV. Andrew. 

V. William. 

VI. Nicholas. 

I. Elice, who married Edward 
Fitzgerald, co. Westmeath, 
gent. 

4. Eichard Dalton : son of John ; 
m. Ann, dau. of Christopher 
Nugent, of Dunenis, co. Meath, 
and had two daughters : 

5. Gyles, who m. Thomas 
O'Ferrall, of Breakah, co. Long- 
ford, gent. ; and Margaret, who m. 
Walter Lynch, of Dunower, co. 
Meath. 



42.— THE "DAUNT" FAMILY, 

The pedigree, of this family is given in pp. 442-446 of the Third Edition 
of our "Irish Pedigrees"; but, with reference thereto, we desire to 
here add the following : 



The William de Tracy, whose 
dau. Alice m. Nicholas, who is 
No. 2 on that pedigree, was a 
descendant of the Norman Knight 
of the same name who shared the 
guilt of the murder of St. Thomas 
a Becket, archbishop of Canterbury ; 
and is represented in the direct 
male line by tlie Lord Sudely. 

Of the first five existing lines of 
" Daunt," mentioned in our "Irish 
Pedigrees," we have nothing here 



to say ; but of the sixth line or 
the Kilcascan branch of the family, 
represented by Mr. William- Joseph 
O'Neill-Daunt, of Kilcascan Castle, 
Ballyneen, co. Cork, we wish to 
record the family of his first cousin, 
Eichard Gumbleton Daunt, M.D. 
(Edinburgh), who is (in 1883) a 
naturalized Brazilian, living in 
Campinas, San Paulo, Brazil; and 
who has occupied many important 
public offices there : 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



1. Eichard Giimbleton Daunt, 
M.D., m., in 1845, Donna Anna 
Francelina, dau. of Senhor Joachim* 
Joseph dos Santos de Camargo, of 
the noble family of this name, of 
Spanish origin, in that province, 
and had : 

I. The Rev. Harold Daunt, a 
Catholic Priest. 

II. Torlogh, of whom presently. 

III. Rev. F e r g u s-0'Connor, t 
Ph. Doc, a Catholic Priest. 

IV. Bryan, a B.L. by the Faculty 
of San Paulo. 

V. Ferdinand. 

VI. Cornelius. 



VII. Roger. 

1. Alice (Donna Alicia). 

II. Winifred (Donna Winifrida), 
m. to the Senhor Joseph de 
Salles Leme, a Landed Pro- 
prietor. All living in 1883. 

2. Torlogh Daunt, m. a cousin of 
his on the mother's side, named 
Donna Clotilde de Alvarenga de 
Camargo Barros, by whom he had : 

I. Achilles, who d. in Dec, 1881, 
aged nine years. 

II. Roderic 

III. Fergus. 
I. Elfrida. 



43.— THE " DEN " FAMILY, 

Of Grenane^ Co. Kilkenny. 



John Den had : 

2. Fowke, who had : 

3. Thomas, who had : 

4. Patrick, of Grenan, in the co. 
Kilkenny, who d. in 1639. He m. 
Mary, dau. of Nicholas Shortall, 
and had eight sons : 

I. Thomas. 

II. Pierce. 



III. Augustine, 

IV. John. 

V. Robert. 

VI. Gilbert. 
vn. ( ). 
VIII. Luke. 

5. Thomas Den, of Grenan : 
son of Patrick ; married Ellenor 
Sweetman. 



44.—THE "DEVINE" FAMILY. 

Of the Count II Clare. 



James Davine (I.) had, besides four 
daughters, four sons — 1. Patrick, 
2. James, 3. Martin, 4. Terence: 

I. Patrick, of whom presently. 

II. James : second son of James, 
m. and had three sons — 1. 
Patrick, 2. Thomas, 3. Terence ; 
and a daughter, Mary, who m. 
Senan MacDonnell, of Kil- 



mihill, and had two sons and 
two daughters. These sons 
were : 1. Michael, living in 
1881 ; 2. Senan, who d. unm. ; 
and one of the two daughters 
was Mary, who m. and had a 
family. 

I. Patrick ; the eldest son of 
James (II.); m. Noonan, 



* Joachim : A Landed Proprietoi", and cousin-german of the Rev. Father Didachus 
Antony Feijo, i-egent of the Empire of Brazil during part of the Minority of the 
Emperor Peter II. 

t O'Connor : The Kilcaskan branch shares the blood of the O'Connors Kerry : the 
paternal grandmother of Mr. ^yilliam O'N. Daunt and of Doctor Richard Gumbleton 
Daunt being of that family, and co\isin German of General Arthur O'Connor and 
Roger O'Connor. The Chief of this branch Don Arthur d'Orlach O'Connor, son of the 
General P'rancis Burdott O'Connor (brother of Fergus), resided at the city of Tarija, 
in Bolivia, in 1882. That General was baptized " Francis Burdett," as godson of the 
English radical Sir Francis Burdett. It may be well to observe that the Ballybricken 
branch of the O'Connors Kerry, now spell the name Conner, 



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55 



and had three sons and two 
daughters. These sons were : 

1. Thomas, of Kilmihill ; 

2. John ; 3. Patrick, of 
Kilmihill : I. This Thomas, 
of Kilmihill, m. Joanna 
O'Shea, and had a family. 
II. John, living in Australia 
in 1881. III. Patrick, of 
Kilmihill, m. and also had a 
family. The two daughters 
of Patrick were — 1. Mary, 
m. in America, and living 
in 1881 ; 2. Margaret, m. to 
Michael O'Connor, of Mone- 
more, and had a family. 

II. Thomas : the second son 
of James (II.) ; m. Bridget 
Molony, and had four sons : 

1. Patrick, of Kilmihill ; 

2. James ; 3. Michael, of 
Tarmon ; 4. Denis, of Kil- 
rush, CO. Clare : these four 
sons living in 1881. 

III. Terence : the third son of 
James (II.) ; was accidentally 
killed when a young man. 

III. Martin : the third son of' 
James (I.) ; of him nothing is 
now known. 

IV. Terence : the fourth son of 
James (I.) ; m. and had two 
sons : 1. James ; and 2. 
Michael, of Killard : 

I. This James was m. to 

Kean, and had sons and 
daughters, living in 1880 in 
Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A. 

II. Michael, of Killard (living 
in 1881), m. Kate Talty, and 
had one son — John, of Kil- 
lard ; and three daughters — 
1. Mary, 2. Bridget, 3. Kate. 
This John of Killard m. 
B. Clancy, and had a family. 

2. Patrick : eldest son of 
James (I.) ; m. and had two sous 
and two daughters : the sons were 
— 1. John, 2. Patrick; and the 
daughters were — 1. Mary, 2. Norah. 

I. This John, of whom presently. 



II. Patrick : second son of 
Patrick (2) ; m. Margaret 
Kean, and had four sons and 
one daughter : the sons were 
— 1. Thomas, who d. in 1878 ; 
2. Michael ; 3. James ; 4. 
John. The daughter was 
Bridget — all of this family 
living in 1880 in the United 
States, America. 

3. John, of Corhally, Kilkee: SOQ 
of Patrick (2) ; m. Mary MacGreen, 
and had three sons and four 
daughters. The sons were — 1. 
Michael, who d. in infancy ; 2. 
Michael- John, of whom presently ; 
3. Patrick, who d. in infancy. The 
daughters were — 1. Kate, who d. in 
Iowa, United States, America, in 
1861; 2. Mary; 3. Bridget; 4. 
Norah, unm. in 1883. This Kate 
was twice m. : first, to Patrick 
Keane, of Kilkee, co. Clare, but by 
him had no issue. Her second 
husband was John Costello, Daven- 
port, Iowa, U.S.A., by whom she 
had two sons and two daughters. 
This Mary, the second daughter of 
John (3), m. Martin Hennessy, of 
Iowa, and had one daughter, 
Bridget-Fanny, living in 1881. 
And John's daughter, Bridget, m. 
Patrick Hennessy, of Davenport, 
Iowa, and had a son, William, and 
two daughters, Bridget and Norah 
—all living in 1881. 

4. Michael-John Devine (living 
in 1883), of Kilkee, co. Clare : son 
of John ; on 29 July, 18G8, m. 
Fanny-Mary, eldest dau. of John 
O'Hart, of Dublin, the Writer of 
this Work, and has had — 1. Kath- 
leen, who d. in infancy ; 2. John- 
Francis, who also d. in infancy ; 
3. M a r y - E 1 i z a b e t h ; 4. John- 
Patrick ; 5. Kathleen ; G. Fanny ; 
7. Laura ; 8. Elizabeth ; 9. Herbert, 
b. in October, 1882. 

5. John-Patrick Devine : his 
son ; b. IG March, 1874, and living 
in 1883. 



66 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

45.— THE "DILLON" FAMILY, 

Barons of Drumrany. 

This noble family, according to Lodge, one of the best recognised 
genealogists of the last century (see Lodge's Peerage, vol. IV., p. 135), is 
said to derive its origin from Locban or Logan Delime, or Delion (a 
descendant of one of tbe Monarcbs of Ireland) ; wbo married tlie 
daugbter of tbe Duke of Acquitaine, and, on ber father's deatb, became 
Prince and Sovereign of Acquitaine.* This principality continued in bis 
posterity until King Henry II. married Eleanora, daugbter and beir to 
William, Duke of Acquitaine, and, about a.d. 1172, by bis superior power, 
obtained Acquitaine ; upon wbicb event he brought over to England tbe 
two male descendants of Locban Delion, viz. : Sir Henry Delion and 
Thomas, infants. t 

The said Henry Delion (now Dillon), in 1185, was sent into Ireland, 
and King John granted to him there MacCarron's territory with part of 
Annaly and other vast possessions, to hold Per Baroniam in Capite, by 
the service of sixty Knight's fees. | He was then honoured with Knight- 
hood, and by this tenure (wbicb was attended by a kind of sovereignty) 
he and his heirs were entitled to have summons to Parliament like the 
ancient Barons of England, who held their baronies by the same tenure. 
He built his mansion-bouse, with a Church, in Drumrany, also a Castle 
of Drumrany ; and several abbeys (as those of Athlone, Holy Island, etc.), 
and other Churches and Castles. He was progenitor to all who bear 
the name of Dillon : a name of great note in the counties of Meath, 
Wostmeatb, Longford, Eoscommon, Mayo, and other parts of Ireland, 
where, and in many foreign countries, they have flourished in the highest 
departments of Church § and State. 

* Acquitaine: The history of these events may be found in the records of 
Acquitaine, now in the Tower of London, and in ancient MSS. in Cotton and 
Lambeth Libraries. 

+ Infants : The above account of the origin of this family is based on popular 
tradition only. Accordinjr to some authorities, the Dillons did not descend fi'om the 
Dukes of Acquitaine, but from a Duke of Brittany. There were, and still are, 
several families of that name in Brittany. 

tFees: That large tract of land was called, after its Lord, "Dillons' Country," 
and so continued until the reign of King Henry VIII. 

§ ChurcJi : Thomas Dillon, son of Sir Thomas, was bishop of Ossory ; Thomas, 
son of Robert, lord of Drumrany, was bishop of Kildare ; Edmund, his brother, was 
Abbot of St. Thomas, near Dublin. They lived in the 14th century. Arthur Dillon, 
brother of the 10th Viscount, was Archbishop of Toulouse ; he was a distinguished 
prelate ; died in London, in 1806, and was interred in Old St. Pancras' Church-yard. 
The following distinguished themselves in the State and in the Army : Sir Robert 
Dillon was (in Ireland) Attorney-General to Henry VIII. ; and Justice of the Queen's 
Bench and Privy Councillor in Queen Mary's reign. Sir Lucas, his son, was a laAvyer 
of note, and Chief Baron of the Exchequer, in 1572. The first four Earls of 
Roscommon ; the 4th, a poet, was buried in Westminster Abbey, in 1684 ; the 4th 
Viscount Dillon. Arthur Dillon was Marshal de Camp and Governor of Toulon, in 
France, in 1705, he commanded an Irish Regiment when he was only 20 years of age. 
Arthur Dillon, a son of the 11th Viscount, was Governor of Tobago, West Indies, 
and was the last Colonel commanding the famous "Dillon's Regiment"; he was 
guillotined in 1794, and his Regiment was disbanded. Maria, the granddaughter of 
the nth Viscount, ni. His Serene Highness the Duke de Croy Dulmen, in 1821. 



PEDIGEEES. 



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The junior branches of this family were numerous : among them being 
the Earls of Roscommon, Viscounts Dillon, Lords Clonbrock, besides 
many others. 

The further history of this family is given in detail by Lodge, down 
to the year 1743; and of which the following is a short summary, 
concluding with the further pedigree of the Family* down to the year 
1882. 

The aforesaid Sir Henry Dillon was buried in a Franciscan Abbey of 
his own founding, in Athlone, and left issue three sons — 1. Sir Thomas, 
his heir ; 2. Sir Eobert, to whom he gaye the Seigniory of Dunimoney ; 
8. John, an ecclesiastic ; and a daughter. 



1. Sir Henry, Lord of Drumrany. 

2. Sir Thomas : his son. 
8. Henry : his son. 

4. Sir Henry : his second son ; 
was living at Drumrany, temj^ 
1 Edward III., who granted to him 
by Patent the custody of the manor 
of Kilkenny West, forfeited by 
Hugh de Lacy. 

5. Robert : his son. 

6. Gerald : his second son ; m. 
a dau. of the House of Desmond. 
Had four sons and two daughters, 
namely — 1. Sir Maurice, his heir ; 
2. Henry, a Priest ; 3. Sir James, 
ancestor of the Earls of Eos- " 
common, and the Barons of Clon- 
brock; 4. John; 5. Catherine; 
G. Anne. 

7. Sir Maurice : eldest son of 
Gerald ; m. Lady Anne Fitzgerald, 
of the House of Desmond. 

8. Thomas : his son ; m. Jane, 
dau. of Sir Eobert Dillon, Irish 
Attorney-Genl. to King Henry VIII. 

9. Edmundf : his son ; m., first, 
Ann, dau. of the Baron of Mul- 
lingar, and by her had Gerald, his 
heir, and other children ; m. 
secondly, a dau. of Sir C. Plunket, 



and by her had one son, Gerald of 
Dunimoney, ancestor to the 
Viscounts Dillon. 

10. Gerald: Lord of Drumrany; 
third son of Edmund, by his first 
marriage. 

11. Sir Thomas: his second son; 
was Knighted ; m. Rose, dau. of 
Thomas Dillon, Esq., and sister to 
the first Viscount Dillon. 

12. Gerald, Lord of Drumrany : 
second son of Sir Thomas. 

18. James : his second son ; re- 
presented the county of Roscommon 
in the Parliament of King Charles 
the First, and was Captain of an 
independent troop, but was killed 
in 1649 or 1650, in his 34th year. 

14. Richard : his fourth son ; 
was the last who bore the title of 
Lord of Drumrany : his estates 
being confiscated by Cromwell. 
Eichard's mother, dau. of W. 
Davis, Esq., son of Sir John Davis, 
Knight Marshal of Connaught, 
Escheator and Eecciver - General 
of that province, obtained from 
Cromwell's Commissioners, in 1652 
(in lieu of her dower) to her and 
her heirs male, 3,572 acres, part of 



* Family : According to evidence in the Record Office, Dublin, and testamentary 
documents in possession of the family. 

\ Edmund: In some Genealogies of the Family, it seems to be overlooked that 
this Edmund was twice married, the issue of the first marriage being Maurice and 
Thomas— both Priests; Gerald, his heir, lord of Drumrany; Robert, a (Joloncl; John, 
an eminent lawyer, father of Sir Lucas Dillon ; Lucas, Jane, and Mary. The issue of 
the second marriage was Gerald of Dunimoney, ancestor of the Viscounts Dillon, — 
See Lodge's Peerage, Vol. IV. p. 171, note. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



her deceased husband's estate in 
the county of Roscommon, as Trans- 
plantation Lands ; but by his death, 
and during the minority and ab- 
sence of her two elder sons, in 
France and in Rome (where they 
died), and by the indolence of 
William, her third son, who d. un- 
married, no care was taken of the 
transplanted estate, and the whole 
of which (save a small pittance* 
assigned by her to the said Richard) 
was lost. The said Richard m., 

first. Rose, a dau. of Dillon, 

of Dunimoney, and by her had — 
1. William (a Dominican Friar, 
who afterwards resided in London 
by the name of Dominick, and, 
although civiUter mortuus, was Lord 
Baron of Drumrany, by the said 
ancient tenure Cap. per Baroniam, 
this branch of the family never 
suffering any attainder) ; 2. Chris- 
topher, also an Ecclesiastic ; 3. 
James, a Colonel in the Army of 
King James II., in whose service 
he (the said James Dillon) lost his 
life. And the above said Richard 
m., secondly, Margaret, dau. of 

O'Molloy of Ughterheero, and 

by her had three surviving sons, 
namely — 1. Gerald ; 2. Thomas, 
who m. Mable Dillon, widow of 
A. Robinson, but left no issue ; 3. 
William, who m, a dau. of the said 
A. Eobinson, and by her had an 
only son, Thomas, t 

15. Gerald Dillon, Esq. : eldest 
son of Richard by his second wife ; 
studied the law in the Inns of 
Court ; was seated at Dillon's 
Grove, and married, first, Catherine, 



daughter of James Nugent, of 
Dysert, Westmeath, Esq., by 
whom he had no surviving issue. 
He married, secondly, Honora, 
daughter of Pierce Aylward of 
Ballynegar. He was living after 
1743, and by the said Honora (who 
d. in that year) had — 1. Richard, 
2. Aylward, 3. Mary, 4. Margaret. 
So far Lodge's Peerage (VoL IV., 
p. 173) which says that this par- 
ticular branch of Drumrany is 
totally extinct, or fallen to decay. 
But this is correct as to the male 
line only ; in the female line it 
is represented by the families of 
O'Connor of Milton, Roscommon, 
and of Purcell of Esker, Kilkenny, 
as we shall now see. The sons of 
the said Gerald, dying without sur- 
viving issue, Mary and Margaret 
became co-heirs, both of whom 
married and had issue. As in this 
family, in virtue of its feudal tenure 
{Cap. per Baroniam), the female, in 
default of male issue, inherited the 
Barony of Drumrany, consequently 
Mary and Margaret Dillon's respec- 
tive issue, became co-heirs and co- 
representatives of the aforesaid 
Barons of Drumrany. The said 
Mary Dillon m. in 1749, Thomas 
0. Connor^ of Milton, Roscommon, 
whose son and heir, Roderick, con- 
formed to the (late) Established 
Church and took the Oath of Sup- 
remacy, and in conformity with 
the Penal Laws then in force in 
Ireland, became, as Protestant next 
of kin, possessed of the whole 
property of Dillon's Grove, the 
Catholic co-heir being disinherited. § 



* Pittance: Namely, " Dillon's Grove," Roscommon. 

+ Tlioman : This Thomas m. Margaret, second dan. of Gerald Dillon of Dillon's 
Grove, as we shall presently see. lie was the last male descendant of the Dillons of 
Drumrany, leaving surviving issue. 

J O'Connor : See Burke's " Landed Gentry" for Great Britain and Ireland. 

§ DhinherUed : The particulars of this disinheritance are to be found in the 
Eecord Office, Dublin, 



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59 



Margaret Dillon,* the second dau., 
and co-heir, m. her first cousin, 
Thomas Dillon of Kilbane, Queen's 
County, Esq., the nephew of Gerald 
Dillon of Dillon's Grove, who had 
an only child Mabel. The said 
Mabel Dillon m. Kichard Purcell, 
of Dunane, Queen's County, Esq., 
son of Redmund Purcell, who was 
son of Joseph Purcell of Timogue, 
Queen's County, son of Captain 
Tobias Purcell, and second cousin 
of Edmund Purcellf of Esker (in 
the county Kilkenny), and by her 
had six daughters (who all died 
unmarried) and one son, Eichard 
Patrick Purcell, who, through his 
mother, the said Mabel Dillon, 
became co-representative of the 
Dillons of Drumrany. 

16. Eichard I Patrick Purcell, 
of Dunane : only son of Mabel 
Dillon and Eichard Purcell, above 
mentioned. Left Ireland in his 



youth, and went to Grenada, West 
Indies, circa a.d. 1802, where he 
inherited several estates ; he after- 
wards settled in England, at 
Cranford, in Middlesex, where he 
died in 1836. He m., in 1813, 
Celia- Catherine, only dau. and 
heiress of Thomas, grandson of 

Lyndsey, Esq., of Turin, Mayo 

(by his wife, Bridget § Maria Purcell) 
and had : 

17. Eichard - Lyndsey Purcell, || 
bai'rister-at-law : his heir ; he m. 
Mary, dau. of F. Rasch, Esq., of 
Morton, Surrey, in 1858, and has 
no issue; living in 1883. 2. Henry- 
Dillon, who m. Julia Berkeley, dau. 

of Berkeley, Esq., of Grenada, 

West Indies, and d. without issue 
in 1862 ; 3. Edmund- Sheridan, who 
m. Jane, dau. of Sir James Des- 
anges, London, and has a son, 
Edmund Desanges (barrister- at- 
law),and a dau. Jane- Alice-Frances, 



* Dillon : Margaret Dillon remained a Catholic ; thereby forfeiting her property, 
the moiety of Dillon's Grove. 

+ Purcell: The said Edmund Purcell was one of the " Papist Proprietors," in 
the county Kilkenny, whose estates were confiscated by Cromwell ; he was living at 
Esker Castle, county Kilkenny, in 1G52 ; his son Redmond, of Liston, county Mayo, 
leaving no issue, the issue of Captain Tobias Purcell of Moyarde (who was his second 
cousin) became the heir of the Purcolls of Esker. 

t Richard: This Richard was, in 1825, present at the death of his mother Mabel 
Purcell, at Carlow, where she was buried alongside her husband, Richard Purcell 
who d. in 1784: 

§ Bridget: This Bridget m., secondly, Thomas Robertson, Esq., of Perthshire, 
and had issue : James-Burton, Doctor in Philosphy and late Professor at the Catholic 
University Dublin, d. ; John (d.), Captain in the E. I. Army, who had issue by his 

wife Marian, dau. of Burn, Esq. ; Fanny (d.), a nun ; and Celia, who is m. 

to Hunter, Esq., architect, of Ilobartown, Tasmania, and has (in 188.3) issue ; 

Marian, m., secondly, J. Loughnan, Esq., and has issue. 

II Purcell : By the intermarriage of the Purcells of Esker, with the Dillons of 
Drumrany, this family has had to suifer from the consequences of three confiscations : 
the possessions of the said Dillons and of the Purcells having been respectively confis- 
cated in ](j52, 1653, and 1091 ; and what remained to the Dillons, as Transplantation 
Land, having, owing to the Penal Laws, been forfeited in comparatively modern 
times, viz., about one hundred years ago. This family is, also, almost the only 
Catholic Representative of the ancient families of the Dillons and Purcells, who 
flourished for several centuries, and built and endowed many Churches and Abbeys 
in various parts of Ireland : until, owing to their fidelity to their religion, to their 
JCing and country, they lost their estates, and had to seek an asylum in France, 
Spain, Austria, and the West Indies, in which countries down to the present day, 
there are many families— some still distinguished^bearing those names. 



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both living and imm. in 1883 ; 4. 
Redmond-Percy ; 5. Arthur-Dillon, 
a priest, and Canon of Westminster, 
London; 6. Maria-Isibella, who m. 
Professor Hermann Miiller of 
Wiirzburg, Bavaria, a Deputy, in 



1848, of the German Keichstag. 7. 
Celia-Catherine, d. ; 8. Agnes-Jos- 
ephine, a Franciscan nun ; 9. 
Emily- Mary- Dillon ; 10. Alice- 
Dillon, a Franciscan nun ; living 
in 1883. 



Anns of the Dillon-Purcell Family. 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1st and 4th argent, on a bend over two bars, wavy, 
gules, three black boars' heads, proper, armed and tougucd, argent, for 
PuRCELL ; 2nd, argent, within a border, ermine, a lion rampant, gules, 
bearing in his dexter paw a ducal coronet, or, debruised by a bar, azure, 
for Dillon (As given in Lodge's Peerage, for the Dillons of Drumrany) ; 
3rd, gules, a bend, chequy, azure and argent, three mullets, argent, for 
Lyndsay. 

Crests. — A cubit arm, gules, the hand holding a sword erect, thereon 
a dove, volitant, proper, for Purcell. 2nd, a demi-lion, rampant, gules, 
issuing out of a ducal coronet, or holding in his dexter paw a like 
coronet, or, for Dillon. 

Motto. — " Dum Spiro, Spero." 



4G.— THE " DONELAN " FAMILY, 

Of BalJydonelan, 

Art, a younger brother of Cathal who is No. 103 on the " Donnellan" 
(of Connaught) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family : 



103. Art : son of Donallan. 

104. Logan (or Melaghlin) : his 
son. 

105. Cathal : his son. 

106. Flann : his son. 

107. Amhailgadh : his son. 

108. Flann Oge : his son. 
100. Lochlan : his son. 

110. Cormac na g-Corn: his 
son. 1390. 

111. Flann: his son. 1452. 

112. Teige: his son. 1478. 

113. Ceallach: his son; d. 1508. 

114. Lochlan (2) : his son. 

115. Lochlan (3) : his son. 

116. Lochlan (4) : his son. 

117. Melaghlin: his son; died 
1548, 



118. Nehemias : his sou ; Arch- 
bishop of Tuam. 

110. John : his son. 1655. 

120. Melaghlin (2): his son. 
1G73. 

121. John Mor: his son. 1710. 

122. Melaghlin (3) : his son. 
1726. 

123. John, of Dublin ; d. 1743. 
Had twenty-one children by his 
wife, thirteen of whom d. young. 

124. Malachy : his son; d. at 
Ballydonelan. lie had three sur- 
viving brothers and four sisters. 

125. John : his son. 

126. Malachy (2) : his son. 

127. Arthur Donelau : his son ; 
living in 1848. 



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61 



47.— THE "DON LEVI " FAMILY, 

Princes of Ulidia. 



This is the Gallic form of the Irish Mac Dunsleihhe family, Princes of 
Ulidia, in Ulster. The Hereditary Prince* of that territory, for his 
devotion to King James II., had in 1691 to quit Ireland and retire to 
Franco, where he d. at the Archbishopric of Treves, leaving an only son 
and heir — Andrew-Maurice, who was b. in Ireland, and d. at Coblentz 
on the 19th June, 1751. From him the descent was as follows : 



1. Andrew-Maurice Don Levi, 
b. in Ireland ; Lieutenant-Governor 
of Treves ; d. at Coblentz on 19th 
June, 1751, leaving four children : 

I. Christien-Fran9ois, of whom 
presently. 

II. Wolfgang-Frederic, b. at 
Coblentz on 15th July, 1738, 
and d. at Coblentz in 1763. 

III. Wolfgang-Hartmann, b. at 
Coblentz 1740 ; d. at Coblentz 
1823, leaving two children, a 
son and a daughter : 

I. Ferdinand, b. at Coblentz, 
and d. in the French Army. 

I. The daughter, b. at Coblentz, 
and m. in Paris. 

1. Charlotte Don Levi, b. at 
Coblentz, 14th August, 1736 ; 
dau. of Andrew-Maurice, and 
of Anna-Margueritta Flamiu. 

2. Christien-Fran9ois : son of 
Andrew-Maurice Don Levi ; b. at 
Coblentz 17th July, 1734; m. 
Ursule Fisher, and had two sons : 

I. Joseph-Michael, b. at Leib- 
nertiz, in Styria (Austria), on 
27th July, 1768 ; d. 31st May, 
1811, at Vienna Leopoldstadt. 



II. John. 

3. John : second son of Chris- 
tien-Fran9ois, b. at Leibernitz, in 
Styria, 24th Sept., 1770 ; m. Thecla 
Kormorska ; d. at Berdyczou, Vol- 
igny, in Russian Poland, leaving 
four children : 

I. Etienne- Stanislaus, of whom 
presently. 

II. John, b. at Berdyczou 19th 
August, 1814. 

I. Helene, b. at Kolodno (Vol- 
igny), district of the Town 
Dubno. 

II. Mary, b. at Berdyczou in 
1809. Was twice married ; 
the second marriage was to 
a Major in the Kussian Army, 
named Matheu, by whom she 
has children ; living in Poland, 
1881. 

4. Etienne-Stanislaus : son and 
heir of John Don Levi and Thecla 
Komorska ; b. at Berdyczou, 26th 
December, 1811 (Old Style), or 7th 
January, 1812 (New Style) ; m. at 
Paris in 1850 Jane-Louisa Potelet, 
a native of Dijon, in Burgundy ; no 
children. Living in Paris in 1883. 



* Prince : This Hereditary Prince of Ulidia, on the fall of King James II., quitted 
Ireland for Franco, taking with him his only sou and heir — Andrew-Maurice, then a 
boy ; but left behind him his wife who remained in full possession of all his property. 
His widow (who died in 1708) married in Ireland Count O'Donnell, bj' whom she left 
no children. It appears that, till his death (in 1751) her son, Andrew-Maurice Don 
Levi, above mentioned, after he had attained his majority, received the rents of the 
landed property (situate in the counties of Down and Antrim, in Ireland), which had 
belonged to his father. 



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48.--THE " DORMER " FAMILY, 

Of the County Wexford. 



Denis Dormer, the first of the 
family that settled in Ireland, had : 

2. Francis, of Rosse, in the co. 
Wexford, who had : 

3. William, who had : 

4. Francis (the third son), who 
had: 

5. John, of Rosse, who d. 11 Jan., 
1639. He m. Margaret, dau. of 
James Fitzharris, of Rosse, and 
had three sons and four daughters : 



I. Peter. 

II. Mark. 

III. Mathew. 

I. Mary, m, Peter Comerford, of 
Rosse, Merchant. 

II. Beale. 

III. Anne. 

IV. Ellen. 

V. Katherine. 

6. Peter Dormer, of Rosse ; son 
of John. 



49.— THE "DRACOT" FAMILY, 

Of Mornantown, Countij Mcath. 



Dracot, of Peasly, county 

Stafford, England, had : 

2. Henry (second son), of Mor- 
nantown, CO. Meath, Master of the 
Rolls, who had : 

3. John, of Mornantown, Ivnt., 
who d. 6th Feb., 1689. He m. 
Anne, dau. of Christopher Barne- 
wall of Turry, Knt., and had three 
sons and two daughters : 

I. Henry, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher, who m. Eliza, 

daugliter of Dowding, of 

Drogheda. 

III. Patrick, who married Rose 
Beata^h. 



I. Eliza, who m. John Cheevers 
of Ballihoe. 

II. Ismay, who married Edward 
Hussy, of Mulhussy, in the co. 
Meath, and had a daughter — 
Eliza. 

4. Henry: son of John; married 
Mary, dau. of Mathew, Lord Louth, 
and had five sons — I. John ; II. 
Walter; IIL Richard; IV. Oliver; 
V. Henry. 

5. John : eldest son of Henry ; 
was twenty- eight years old in 1639 ; 
m. Eliza, dau. of Richard Talbot 
of Malahide, co. Dublin, Esq. 



50.— THE "DUFF"- FAMILY, 

Branch of the O'Connor Falcy. 

CoMTHANAN, a brother of Ros Failgeach who is No. 90 on the " O'Connor" 
(Faley) pedigree, was the ancestor of another branch of the O'Duibh 
family ; anglicised Duff. 

90. Comthauan ; son of Cathair 
Mor, the 109th Monarch of Ireland. 

91. Aongus : his son. 

92. Eachach : his sou. 



93. Comthach Beag : his son. 
04. Nathair : his son. 

95. Nainneadh : his son. 

96. Cormac : his son. 



* Duff: Another " Duff " family was (see p. 2'27 of the Third Edition of our " Irish 
Pedigrees ") descended from Dubh, who is No, 112 on the " Dowley " or " Dowling " 
pedigree. 



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97. Cobhthach : his son. 

98. Eoglian : liis son. 

99. Maoloctracb : his son. 

100. Noinnean : his son. 

101. Maoloctrach: his son. 

102. Flaithreach : his son. 

103. Marcan : his son. 

104. Dubh ("dubh ": Irish, dark- 
featured, j^rodigious ; Heb. "dobhe"): 



his son ; a quo O'Duibhe. — See No. 
112 on the " Dowlej " pedigree. 

105. Fubthag : his son. 

106. Flaithman : his son. 

107. Lorcan : his son. 

108. Donall : his son. 

109. Giolla Ciarain O'Duff: his 
son. 



51.— THE "DUIGNAN" FAMILY, 

Of Walsall, England. 

This name was formerly Duigenan, one of the anghcised forms of the 
Irish 0' Duibhgenain-'' (" dubh" : Irish, hlach or dark ; " gen," a sword or 
ivonnd ; "an," one who), an ancient celebrated family in Ireland. The 
O'Duigenans were located at Kilronan, in the northern division of the 
county Koscommon ; and afterwards were landed proprietorsf in the 
parish of Dromleas, barony of Dromaheare, county Leitrim, down to the 
Croniwellian Confiscations. They are especially celebrated in the Irish 
annals for their devotion to the history and literature of their country. 

In 1339, the Church of Kilronan was begun by Ferrall Muinach 
O'Duigenan. It stood "over" Lough Meelagh, and has a deep 
national interest ; as, in a vault, close to the ruins, erected for the 
family of MacDermott Eoe, were deposited the earthly remains of the 
once celebrated Carolan. 

At the close of the fourteenth century, Mauus O'Duigenan ^was 
engaged in drawing up a considerable portion of the Book of Ballynwte. 
Subsequently a Chronicle was compiled which, deriving its title from the 
locality of this family, was called the Book of Kilronan, or, sometimes, 
the Book of the O'Duigenans. That Book was one of the Chronicles from 
which the Four Masters (one of whom was Cucoigcriche or Peregrine 
O'Duigenan) collected their great work in 1632. 

The Four Masters record, as might be expected, numerous obits of 
the O'Duigenan family ; each of whom is commemorated as a learned 
historian or philosopher. 

In 1588, Duffy O'Duigenan wrote a history of the Sept of the 
O'Donnells. 



* 0' Duibhgenaini Other authorities give the name, in Irish, as O'Doiqhnan 
("doigh" : Irish, hope ; Gr. "do-keo" to think).— See p. 221 of the Third Edition of 
our "Irish Pedigrees." 



t Proimetors : See the Paper in the Appendix, headed ' ' Books of Survey and 
Distribution" ; under the barony of Dromaheare, and county of Leitrim. 



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Doctor Patrick Duigenan,^'= who was M.P. for the Borough of Old 
Leighlin, in the Irish Parliament of 1797, was a member of this family. 
That Patrick Duigeuau was one of the King's Counsel, Advocate-General 
of the Admiralty, Judge of the Prerogative Court, Professor of Common 
Law in the Dublin University, Vicar-General of Dublin, a Doctor of 
Laws, Vicar-General of the Diocese of Meath and Leighlin and Ferns, 
Advocate in the Ecclesiastical Courts, etc. 

In O'Clery's Genealogies the pedigree of the family is recorded down 
to John Ballach O'Dugenan, who was Chief of his name, when the family 
was dispossessed of their Kilronan patrimony ; but, from his time down 
to the Cromwellian Confiscations, the family genealogy is not forthcoming. 
We have therefore been able to trace only one branch of the family ; 
namely, that descended from : 



1. John Duigenau, of Ardagh, 
in county Longford, who had : 

2. John, who was master of the 
Grammar School, at Walsall, in 
Staffordshire, and d. there in 1845, 
leaving an only surviving son, and 
three daughters : 

I. Henry Duignan, of whom pre- 
sently. 

I. Mary, who m. Mr. Thomas 
Franklin, of Walsall. 

II. Emma, who m. Mr. William 
Totly, of Walsall. 

III. Ann, who m. Mr. William 
Holden, of Walsall. 

3. Henry Duignan: son of John; 
d. at Walsall in 1873, and was bur. 
at Eushall, leaving his only child : 

4. William Henry Duignan 
(living in 1883) of Eushall Hall, 
near Wallsall, who was twice m. : 



first, in 1850, to Mary, dau. of 
William Minors, Esq., of Fisher- 
wick, in Staffordshire, and by- her 
had thrae children : 

I. Florence-Mary, the wife of 

George Rose, m.a. ; living in 

1883. 

I. Ernest-Henry. 

II. George-Stubbs. 

The second wife of William-Henry 
Duignan was Jenny, dau. of Hcrr J. 
B.Petersen, of Stockholm, whom- he 
there m. in 1868, and by whom he 
has three children (living in 1883) : 

III. Bernard. 

IV. Carl. 

V. Oscar. 

5. Ernest- Henry Duignan : son 
of William-Henry ; he and his 
brother George-Stubbs Duignan, 
living in 1883. 



'"* Diiigenan : Doctor Patrick Duigenan was twice married : his first wife was a 
Miss Cusack ; his second, a Miss Heppenstal. This name reminds us of a Lieutenant 
Heppenstal, who, in 1798, acquired the surname of the " Walkhnj Gallows "; from the 
following circumstance: "Heppenstal," writes 8ir Jonah Barrington, "was a 
remarkably tall, robust man, and had a habit of expertly executing straggling Rebels, 
when he happened to meet them, by twisting his own cravat round their necks, then 
throwing it over his own brawny shoulder, and so trotting about at a smart pace, 
with the Rebel dangling at his back, and choking gradually till he was totally defunct, 
which generally happened before the Lieutenant was tired of his amusement. This 
ingenious contrivance, and some others neai'Iy as expert, has not been practised in 
any other part of the world as yet discovered ; but it was the humour of the year 
1798, in Ireland, during martial law, and was not discountenanced by any military, 
or countermanded by any municipal authority ; nor was its legality ever investigated 
or called in question by any Court of Justice. —At that time Lord Clare was 
Chancellor." — See Vol. II. of Barrington's Historic Memoirs of Ireland. 



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52.— THE " DAKDITZ " FAMILY, 

Of Johnstown, County Westmcath. 



Walter Darditz, of Johnstown, 
CO. Westmeath, gent., liad : 

2. Gerald, who had : 

3. Gerald (2), who had : 

4. Thomas, who had : 

5. Thomas (2), of Johnstown, 
who d. 22 January, 1G37. He m. 



Anabella, dan. of Hubert Dalton, 
of Dundonel, co. Westmeath, and 
had: 

6. Walter, who m. Ismay, dau. 
of Richard de Lamere, of Bally- 
nafidy, co. Westmeath, Esq. 



53.— THE "DE LA FEILD " FAMILY, 

Of Derrynashelly, County Monaghan. 



Egbert de la Feild, of Knockbuy, 
CO. Monaghan, of the family of 
Paniston, had: 
2. James, of Derrynashelly, co. 



Monaghan, who d. 19 Feb. 1G38, 
s.p. He m. Mary, dau. of Art Oge 
O'Neill. 



54.~THE " DOWDALL " FAMILY, 

Of Kilfenny, County Limerick. 



Sir William Dowdall had : 

2. Sir John, who had : 

3. Sir John, of Kilfenny, co. 
Limerick, who had : 

4. Honora, his co-heir, and who 
d. 2. Oct., 1G38, and was bur. in 



Monktown, co. Meath. She was 
m. to Lawrence Dowdall, son 
and heir of Edward Dowdall of 
Monktown, who was Registrar of 
Chancery. 



55.— THE " DOYNE " FAMILY, 

Of Kilharan, Queens County. 



Terence Doyne, of Kilkaran, 
Queen's County, had : 

2. John, who d. 18 December, 
1G36. Was twice m. : his first 
wife was Margaret, dau. of Lysah 
O'Dempsey, of Deskart, King's 
County, by whom he had three 
sons and three daughters : 

I. Terence. 

II. Anthony. 

III. John. 

The daughters were : 
I. Elenor. 



II. Sarah. 

in. Elan. 

John Doyne's second wife was 

Helena, dau. of MacDonell, 

of Tinekill, Queen's County, Esq., 
by whom he had : 

IV. Edmond. 

V. Thomas. 

IV. Margaret, 

V. May. 

3. Terence Doyne : eldest son of 
John. 



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56.— THE "EDMUNDSON" FAMILY, 

Of Braiden Island, County Antrim. 



Sir James Edmundston, of 
Dimtratli, in Strivelin, in Scotland, 
had : 

2. William, who had : 

3. Archibald, of Braiden Island, 
in the co. Antrim, who died 25th 
Dec, 1636. Hem. J., daughter of 
Archibald Hamilton, of Lanrith, 



in Scotland, and had two sons and 
two daughters: 

I. William, who was deaf and 
dumb. 

II. Archibald. 

I. Hellen. II. Isabella. 
4. William Edmundsu)i : son of 
Archibald. 



57.— THE " EULESTON " FAMILY. 



Hugh Euleston, of the House of 
Euleston, in Lancashire ; had : 

2. James, who had : 

3. Tristram (youngest son), of 
Drumshallum, in the co. Louth, 
who was Constable of Dublin Castle, 
and who died 21st July, 1636. He 

m. Eliza, dau. of Collins, of 

Warwickshire, and had, besides 
Ann, who m. Thomas Tillesly, of 
Louth, nine other children who all 
d. s.p. Tristram's second wife was 



Dorothy, daughter of William 
Craughare, of Lancashire, and by 
her had three sons and five daus. : 
4. Francis, who m. Joan, dau. of 

-= Kelly, and widow of William 

Price; 2. Gilbert; 3. Walter. 
And the five daughters were — 1. 
Jane, who m. George Thomas, of 
Drumshallen, Clerk ; 2. Margaret, 
who m. Thomas Bekingham, of 
Bankton ; 3. Alice ; 4, Kath. ; 
5. Eliza. 



58.— " EVEEAED,"* 

OfFethard. 

An exhaustive and able disquisition on the Irish origin of this name may 
be seen in the eighteenth chapter of the third volume of Dr. Lanigan's 
Ecclesiastical History. But whether the Everards are of Irish or Anglo- 
Norman extraction, Fetliardf must, at all events, be considered the 
cradle of the Everard family of the county Tipperary. The common 
stock, whence all the Everards of Tipperary have sprung, is described by 
Molyneux as " Nicholas Everard, of Fethard, Esq." The third in 



* Everard : See the ' 
our "Irish Pedigrees.' 



Everard " genealogy at pp. 448-454 of the Third Edition of 



t Fethard: This is the Anglicised form of the Irish Fidh-ard or Fiodh-ard, which 
means the "high wood." This wood, to which the town of "Fethard" owes its 
name, was the property of the (Tipperary) Everard family. A very ciirious reference 
is made to it in the Will {162-4) of fciir John Everard, Knight, in which it is described 
as the " Oken Grove." And it is equally cnrious, that the modern name of the hill 
and towuland is Grove. The "Grove" property belongs at the present day to 
Mr. Barton, a descendant of a French gentlonan, who, years ago, purchased the 
property, when the descendants of its former possessor, Richard Burgh, beoam? 
extinct. — Idem, p. 450. 



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descent from the said Nicholas was (see p. 449 of the Third Edition 
of our "Irish Pedigrees") Sir John Everard of Fethard, Kiit., who 
about the year 1600, was one of the leading citizens of his native town, 
and subsequently prominent amongst the foremost public men in Ireland. 
On account of his great legal attainments he was surnamed "the Lawyer." 
He was appointed Judge, and in the dischai-ge of the duties of that high 
office his career was creditable to himself and useful to his country. 
Trouble, however, overtook him in the form of persecution for conscience' 
sake; but having " great repute for honestie" and the courage of his con- 
victions, he would not for any consideration acknowledge a doctrine which, 
in his heart, he believed to be false. He refused to take the Oath of 
Supremacy, resigned his position on the Bench, and fell into disfavour 
with those then in power. A signal mark of honour awaited him at the 
hands of his Catholic Countrymen. In the Irish Parliament summoned, 
in 1613, Sir John Everard was chosen Speaker''- of the House of Commons. 
A full account of that memorable Election is given in the " Hibernia 
Anglicana," where in a very interesting narrative, in which the Author 
of that work repeatedly sneers at Sir John, are distinctly and faithfully 
mirrored the disgraceful and lamentable state of things, at that period in 
Ireland, and the unhappy relations which then existed between England 
and that unhappy country. The secession of the "recusant " party from 
Parliament, the fate of the deputation of that body to state their case 
before the King in London, its reception by James I., and his address to 
the Irish delegates, are matters familiar to ordinary readers of Irish 
History. Sir Johnf had three sons, and a daughter who was married 
to Henry White, an ancestor of Lord Dunally. In 1661, the male des- 
cendants of the eldest son of Sir John became extinct in the third 
generation. The second son was named Richard, who, a few years before 
his father's death, which occurred in 1624, was created a Baronet. The 
provision made for this son, in Sir John's Will, is as follows : 

" Item. I doe apoint that my son Richard shall have and enioy all my purchased 
lands from Sir Patrick Murray in Clangibbon." 

Sir Richard married Catherine Tobin, daughter of the chief of that 
name in the neighbourhood of Fethard. The date of that event has 
been preserved by means of the gift of a chalice bearing on its hexagonal 
foot the following inscription : 

" Ora pro animabus D. Richardi Everard et Catharinse Tobyn. 1627." 

In the little church erected by Sir Eichard within the walls which 
surrounded his castle at Shanrahan, and dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, 

* Speaker: See Carte's " Life of the Duke of Ormond," pp. 19, 20, and 22. 

+ Sir John : Sir John Everard possessed not only the town of Fethard, which 
belonged to him "for ever by several tenures," and several "castles, towns, and 
lands " in that neighbourhood, but he also liad property in Cashel, Clonniel, Cari-ick, 
and in the city and county of Waterford. Sir John obtained licence to hold Courts 
" Leet and Barron" (under 40s.) within the lands in the county Tipperary, and the 
like in the county Waterford ; to hold a Thursday market at Knockelly ; a fair at 
Glanballyquillinane (Glin?) on Friday and Saturday after the Ascension ; ... to 
appoint Clerks of Markets, Seneschals, and other officers . . , 



68 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

that sacrocl vessel was used in the celebration of the Divine Mysteries. 
In the course of time their marriage was blessed with a son and two 
daughters. From the Record'^ of the Eolls it appears that Sir Richard 
Everard, "Knight and Barronett," was a very extensive proprietor of 
land in the barony of Iffa and Offa, county Tipperary. To him belonged 
"the manor, castle, town and lands, of Ballyboy " ; "the manor, 
castle, town and lands, of Shanraghin," and several other places around 
Clogheen. Sir Eichard, in 1631, lived in the Castle at Ballyboy ; 
close to which was the magnificent fortress of Fitzgibbon, the White 
Knight. About this period Sir Richard built a formidable military 
stronghold, which was in the form of a parallelogram, and was flanked 
at each angle by a small square tower. This was the favourite residence 
of the family, and was called " Everard's Castle." This Castle stood in 
the midst of a fertile plain, extending from the foot of " Galtybeg" to 
Clogheen ; and around that stronghold were one thousand acres which, 
also, belonged to Sir Eichard. The manor of Everard's Castle was 
" erected" in 1639. With the War (by some called the " Eebcllion") in 
Ireland of 1611 came great and endless troubles for Sir Richard. On 
that memorable occasion the Irish were the Eoyalists ; the Englisli in 
Ireland were the fl»?/-Eoyalists or Puritans. For the first two years of 
the War Sir Eichard kept aloof from both parties ; but for not joining 
with them the "old" Irish took away from him "160 cows, 38 stud 
mares, and 2,000 sheep." The tenants on his Estate were subjected to 
similar treatment ; the richest of whom with their flocks and goods Sir 
Eichard conveyed to " safe quarters." There were still a number of 
families, consisting of eighty-eiglit individuals, who were so poor as to be 
unable to remove, and these, notwithstanding the storm that raged 
outside, Sir Eichard, acting on the defensive, maintained at his own 
expense, until the middle of June, 1642. " The gentlemen,'" says Carte,''' 
" in this part of the Kingdom were exceeding careful to prevent bloodshed 
and to preserve the English from being plundered ; several instances 
may be given thereof; but few deserve better to be particularized than 
Sir Richard Everard, Bart." And after narrating some of the many 
good deeds of Sir Eichard, during that stormy period, Carte adds : 
" There are so many acts of horror, cruelty, and inhumanity necessary 
to be recounted in the history of these times, that I fancy the reader 
will be somewhat relieved by the relation of so remarkable an instance 
of compassion, tenderness and generosity to the distressed." 

Later on, when the object of the Catholic Confederation was clearly 
known and defined. Sir Eichard readily joined the popular movement, 
and, in 1646, was one of the Confederate Catholics who sat, in what 
might be designated, the "Irish Parliament at Kilkenny." Sir Eichard 
was a man of considerable ability, courtly manners, fine personal presence 
and good address, and was much esteemed by the moderate party and 
the Catholic Bishops. 

Cromwell's presence in Ireland soon put an end to the deliberations 

* Carte : In the first Vohime of Carte's Life of the Duke of Ormond, the author 
refers to Sir Richard Everard, Bart., in pp. 261, 2G9, 516; in Vol. II., pp. 32. 122. 437 ; 
and in the Appendix to Vol. II., p. 132. 



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of the Confederates at Kilkenny, and desolation marked his progress 
throughout the laud. In the Spring of 1650, Cromwell, on his way from 
Youghal to the siege of Clonmel, took and burnt Everard's Castle : 
hence its present name Burntcourt. Nothing daunted, however, Sir 
Richard, who was a better soldier than legislator, and whose gallant 
exploits at this time rendered him very popular, offered every opposition 
to Cromwell's march; but he was ultimately compelled to retire to 
Limerick, where he proved himself one of its bravest defenders. A fair 
estimate of his great services in the interests of "Creed and Country" 
may be had from the fact that on the capture of that city, Sir Richard 
Everard was placed in the same category with the gallant defender of 
Clonmel, namely Hugh Dubh O'Neill, and the patriotic Bishop of Emly, 
the Most Eev. Dr. Terence O'Brien ; and, like them, was one of the 
illustrious band of twenty-four Irishmen, whom Cromwell's general 
(Ireton) sentenced to be hanged ! 

When victory, at length, declared in favour of the arms of the 
Republicans (or Cromwellians, as they were called) in this country and 
in England, the Adventurers who advanced money to carry on the war, 
and the ofiicers and soldiers who took part in it, entered on the possession 
of the estates of those Irish Lords and Gentlemen who were amongst 
the vanquished Royalists. Incredible as it may appear, two ^'pretended 
Adventurers," named Cunningham and Dick, had the audacity to seize 
on a great portion of the property of the Everard family about Clogheen. 
Amongst others, Sir Thomas Stanley,* who ranked as Colonel in 
Cromwell's army, obtained another portion in that quarter. Sir Eedmond 
Everard, who was a distinguished officer amongst the cavaliers, 
succeeded, on the death of his father Sir Richard, merely to the title, 
but was obliged to observe a respectful silence regarding the new settlers ; 
and deemed it prudent, also, to keep at a safe distance from his father's 
property during the Inlerrcgnum. While the Protectorate lasted, Sir 
Eedmond, like many other Irish gentlemen, found himself in the most 
unenviable and straitened circumstances. He was not looked upon with 
favour by the Regicide Groverument, because of his exertions to sustain 
the tottering House of the Stuarts. For above a decade of years (1650 
to 1661) Sir Redmond was thus obliged to be content with his lot, till 

* Sir Thomas : Sir Thomas Stanley, when the Commonwealth was at its height, was 
a rabid Puritan and '• red " Republican. After the Restoration he became a " zealous " 
Protestant, and appeared a loyal subject of the son of that King against whom he 
rose in rebellion. And although it was manifest he was no believer in the divine 
right of Kings, and no friend of the House of Stuart, he was not only permitted to 
retain the extensive property acqi;ired by him as a Cromwellian officer, and from 
which loyal subjects had been ejected ; but he obtained from Charles II. a grant of 
same, amounting to more than 9,000 acres in the neighbourhood of Clonmel. The 
following names of the chief places of note embodied in that grant will give an idea of 
its extent : Tickincorr, Killganibegg and Killganimore, Castlereagh, Bar Glenehery, 
Grangenagower, Upper and Lower Sillyheens, the town of Ballymacarbery, the town 
of Clonnaffe (Clonmel?), Ardpaddan, Ballydonogh, Ballymachee, Clogheen, Castle 
Conagh, &c. (See Inrolls. 24th July, 16G6. 18 Ch. II.) The sword, used even to 
the present day by the Corporation of Clonmel was the gift of Sir Thomas, and on it 
appear the Arms of the Stanley family, with the addition of a mural crown, and the 
legend "Ex dono Thomoj Standly, 1G56." Sir Thomas was an ancestor of the 
Stanleys of Alderly, Cheshire. 



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the cleatb, at the latter date, of the last of the male members of the 
eldest branch of the family (most of whom had probably perished in the 
previous wars) ; whereupon, Sir Eedmond succeeded as " next heir," — 
not to the Burutcourt, but to the Fethard Estates. Now that Charles 11. 
was on the throne, one might expect that the King would not be unmindful 
of his Irish friends and supporters. But no : Sir Redmond among them 
was forced to wait for a second term of over ten years (1G61 to 1673) 
before regaining possession of his father's property ; and even then only 
obtained a " part" of same, as appears from the following in Patent Rolls, 
Alio. 25 Charles IL: — " The lands hereafter mentioned being vested in 
the King, by the Act of Settlement, as lands set out to T. Cunningham 
and Lewis Dick, pretended Adventurers, and his Majesty, considering 
the many good and faithful services performed by Sir Redmond Everard, 
Bart., who was particularly provided for in his Majesty's gracious 
Declaration for the Settlement of Ireland, to be restored to his estate, 
whereof the said lands are part, was pleased to restore the same to him 
and his heirs, pursuant to Privy Seal, dated at Whitehall, 24 January, 
1672," viz. : the Castles, Messuages, and Lands of and in 

Ballyboy ... ... 1,024 (acres) more or less. 

Markett of Clogheen ... 293 

In Ballynemasney ... 301 ,, 

To pay the same Quit Rents as were payable by Adventurers for 
Lands in the Province of Munster. 

" Lirolled, 5 December, 1673." 

Now, the "particular provision," referred to in the above extract, 
and made for Sir Redmond* in His Majesty's Declaration in 1661, was, 
to put it plainly, a mere acknowledgment, on the part of the King, of 
the right and title of Sir Redmond to continue in the undisturbed pos- 
session of the family property at Fethard, to which he had a just and 
indisputable claim as next heir. A grant of one's own property, or a 
Royal Patent to retain it, seems, at present, rather strange ; but, 
doubtless, it was more intelligible in the period of which we treat. 
While the 2,000 acres which he was "to be restored unto," in con- 
sideration of his services " beyond the seas," never came into his 
possession up to the moment of his death ; f nor is there any evidence 
that this grant of land became, at any subsequent period, the property 
of any other member of the family. 

Margaret, the youngest daughter of Sir Redmond, lived in Kilcash 
Castle, and witnessed strange vicissitudes in the history of her family 
and country. She never married. Her mother was 'of the Ormond 
Butlers ; and it is curious what a fascination her " Kinsmen," the young 
Butlers, exercised over her, if we judge by the affectionate language and 
substantial legacies in her Will, in their favour. The more distant and 

* Sir Redmond: See Carte's Life of the Duke of Ormond, Vol. II., p. 545. 

■f Death: In the AVill of Sir Eedmond Everard, Bart., 1687, the following clause 
appears: "//the 2,000 acres which I was to be restored unto by the Act of 

Explanation be recovered, then, &c." 



PEDIGREES. 71 

poorer relations of her own name, whom perhaps she looked down upon 
as "odious approximations," were passed over; but, unquestionably, 
she was much indebted to the Butlers for affording her so safe and 
comfortable a retreat, when Fethard, under the new regime, became too 
hot for any of the name of Everard. She died in 1758, and her remains 
were interred " in the Vault, at Kilcash Church." 

Sir John Everard, Bart., of Fethard, son of Sir Eedmond, was 
married to Ellen Butler, eldest daughter of Pierce, Lord Cahir. He 
was Captain of the regiment of Horse commanded by Colonel Nicholas 
Purcell ; was present at the Boyue ; and was killed at the battle of 
Aughrim, in 1691. He was one of the attainted officers of the service of 
Eing James. The greater portion of his property after this was 
confiscated, but a miserable remnant passed to his son. Sir Eedmond, 
and certain interests in smaller portions were, later on, allowed to 
Claimants* of his kindred. The great bulk of the property passed by 
sale or grants into strange hands. This Sir Piedmond was the last of 
the Baronets of the family. He was married and had no issue. He 
lived for some years in Fethard, in the Castle built by him opposite the 
family mansion from which he had been ousted by the victorious 
Williamite soldiers. This " new " Castle, situated on the bank of the 
stream " Glashanly,"f is now a ruin. 

In the Irish Parliament Sir Eedmond represented the co. Tipperary, 
in the early part of the last century, the borough of Fethard, and the 
city of Kilkenny. With some others he strove to prevent the Enactment 
of the Penal Laws. Finding all efforts unavailing, and foreseeing the 
inevitable, he left the country, and retired to France, where, in 1716, he 
died. 

In this paragraph the attention of the reader will be directed to the 
descendants of the third son of Sir John Everard, Knt. In his Will, 
dated 1624, Sir John made provision, also, for his son Gabriel's children, 
whose names were Geoffrey, Joseph, and Charles. He bequeathed to 
the heir of Gabriel property in the counties of Tipperary and Waterford. 
In his Will, and in Eoll V. f. 27 of "Decrees of Innocents," the various 
townlands so bequeathed are mentioned. Geoffrey died in 1642, early 
in life, leaving behind a son James, only two years old. The minor's 
title to the property was admitted, but " the profits of the said estate 
were received by the nearest friends of Claimant, until the lands were 
seized by the usurped powers." The "nearest friends "were Joseph | 
and Charles ; but the former having renounced the world, and taken the 
habit of the Order of St. Francis, upon Charles, who previously had 
resided in Fethard, devolved the management of the estate and the 



* Claimants : In the Inquisition jjost mortem (of Sir John, Bart.) taken at Clonmel 
on 24 April, 1693, Chancery, Tipperary, Reg. Will. III., appear the following names : 
Edmond Everard, Fethard and Carrigmore ; John Everard, Clogheen ; Christopher 
Everard, Ballybought (Ballyboe?), &c. 

t Glashanlij : This is a cori'uption of two Irish words, namely, "glaise," a stream, 
and " aluin," lovely ; meaning " the lovely stream," which flows by Fethard. 

X Joseph : See Carte's Life of the Duke of Ormond, Vol. I., p. 267 . 



72 IRISH AND ANGLO-IEISH 

charge of bis nephew. Charles lived for a few years in tbat quarter and 
was married. His name ax^pears amongst " the 1649 Officers "; and a 
superb monument erected to his memory may be still seen in the 
Churchyard at Churchtown, co. Waterford. James attained his majority 
in 1661, and lodged a petition on the "6 Nov., 1-4° Charles II.," against 
some Cromwellian settlers who had taken possession of his property. 
Nearly two years after he succeeded in recovering possession, as appears 
from the following decree issued on the 11 July, 16° Charles II." : 

" That Claimant be restored and that the Sheriffs of the several counties in 
which the lands lie do deliver the same to James Everard." 

He ranked as Captain in the Irish Army, and was rewarded for his 
loyalty to James II., by ha\dng his entire property confiscated * by 
William III. His descendants, it is said, are still alive, and own 
" Chateau Everard." in the neighbourhood of Paris. From Charles, the 
grandson of Sir John, Knt., was descended Edmond Everard of Carrig- 
more, Gent. (Will Prerogative, 1755). The representatives of this 
branch, living (1883), are a young barrister, Mr. James Power Everard, 
B.A., Athlone ; and Piev. John Everard, C.C, Clonmel. (See the "Everard" 
Pedigree). There are two great branches of the Everards of Tipperary, 
both deriving their origin from the one common stock, viz. — " Nicholas 
Everard of Fethard, Esq.," above mentioned. 

We come now to consider the second and probably the elder branch 
of the family. In the '• Molyneux" MS. f. iii. 27, p. 43, there are 
recorded six generations also of this branch of the Everard family. It- 
is rather strange that the pedigree therein given ends with the name of 
a female — Mary Everard. At first sight this is misleading, and one 
might suppose that the male members of this line became extinct ; were 
it not that there is ample, clear, and positive evidence to the contrary. 
The writer in the MS. fixes the date of the death of Mary's father 
(Edward) on the '• 29 May, 1637." Now it so happens that the Will 
of Mary's grandfather, who was also named Edward, is preserved in the 
Piecord Office, Dublin ; and in it the date of that Edward's death is set 
down as occurring on the " 29 Mar., 1637." No doubt of the authen- 
ticity or accuracy of that Will can for a moment be entertained, and 
hence we incline to the belief that the writer of the genealogy in the 



Conjiscated . 



X 



' ' Then, comrades ! Fellow gentlemen ! 

Like brothers hand-in-hand, 
Take we a last and longing look 

Of our dear forfeit land ! 
Our honour and our stainless swords, 

Our old ancestral names, 
Alone are ours — all else is lost. 

For Erin and King James. 

All ! save the Creed our fathers held, 
Tho' fallen its shrines and low. 

And the loyal faith of gentle blood. 
Unchanged thro' weal or woe." 



K, M. Ketone's Poems. 



fEDIGBEES. 7S 

Molyneux MS. made two mistakes : first, by placing the only ohit 
recorded by him after Edward '• oge," the father of Mary; and, second, 
by confounding the contracted form of March with May. Anyone who 
has any knowledge of such matters may easily conceive how readily an 
error may be committed in the registration of a pedigree. The wonder 
is, considering the havoc wrought by time, the missing deeds, the 
Erasures in those extant, &c., &c., that so much information may bo 
obtained. It may be well to note that Mary had three uncles, and that 
her grandfather states in his Will (29 March, 1637), that should his sons 
die without male issue, he then bequeathes his property to " the heyers 
males of my late deceased father, James Everard." 

It is very plain, therefore, that at that time there was no lack of male 
representatives of this branch of the family. Edward (whose Will is on 
record) and his brother Thomas were two of the six witnesses to the 
Will (1624) of Sir John Everard. In that Will Sir John, in the most 
praiseworthy spirit and manner, makes provision for his poorer '- Kins- 
women," and cannot be accused of being unmindful of the '"blood." 

It may be truly said, that in every generation from the first Nicholas 
of Fethard, there has been a host of male and female members of this 
line. Of these one of the most remarkable was James Everard of Fethard. 
He was Mayor of his native town when it was stormed by Cromwell. 
One of the sacred vessels used to this day in the Franciscan Church, 
Clonmel, was the gift of this James. He died in 1667, and his Will, 
bearing that date, is preserved in the Eecord Office, Dublin. In it 
reference is made to several members of his family ; in fact, he mentions 
by name five male members then living, and also speaks of his cousin 
Sir Eedmond Everard, Bart. The latter acknowledged the connection 
with his contemporaries ; for, in Sir Piedmond's Will (1687) he also 
bequeathed, in certain contingencies, his property '• to the heirs males of 
the said Sir John Everard's (jreat-firandfathe7\" Now, this "great-grand- 
father" was the oft-mentioned "Nicholas," who was the common stock 
whence James also sprang, and whom, therefore, as " head of the house," 
Sir Eedmond constituted his heir, James had a brother named Eedmond, 
who had a son Edmond: this latter, instead of Edmond, the son of 
Charles, may have been the grandfather of Edmond Everard, Carhgmore, 
gent. (1755). And George, who was another brother of the above- 
mentioned James," had a grandson of the same name, — George, junior, 
who had the ill luck of having a brother-in-law, James Butler (father of 
Eichard Butler, first Earl of Glengall), who seemed to have not much 
regard for the principles of justice. (See Bill, filed 21 Aug., 1706. 
" Palatinate Court, Co, Tipperary "). To this branch belonged his 
Grace, the Most Eev. Patrick Everard, Archbishop of Cashel and Emly; 
who was born in Fethard, and was there taught Classics. He studied in 



* James : This James had a sou, Piers, of Fethard, who was a distinguished Irish 
Officer, and took part in the Battle of Aughrim. The legal documents of a later 
period refer to that circumstance in very guarded terms: "That said Piers in or 
about the year 1690 had occasion to go to the Province of Connaught, and from 
thence to Limerick, where he died." 



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the Irish College, Salamauca* ; was Eector of the Irish College in Paris, 
for ten years : next became Vicar-General of the Diocese of Bordeaux ; 
and afterwards conducted a School at Ulverstone, in Lancashire, 
England, for the education of the sons of English Catholic Gentlemen, 
in which the Pension ranged from £200 to £400 per annum. He was 
elected, in 1810, President of the College of Maynooth; and, in 1814, was 
appointed Archbishop | by the Holy See. He died of fever, in Thurles ; 
and his remains were interred in Cashel. 

Lucas Everard, who died in 1665, was the son of Marcus, who was a 
brother of Edward (1637). From a Bill tiled in " Palatinate Court," 
county Tipperary, in February, 1678, it appears the above Lucas had a 
son Christopher, who was father of John Everard, of Fethard. From 
that Bill, also, the following extract is taken : " that James Butler and 
his wife, taking advantage of the minority of the said John, seized upon 
his property in and about Fethard, and still keep the same." Knaves 
were encouraged in their dishonesty by the fact, that the name of 
"Everard " was in very bad odour under the new Dynasty. 

The above John Everard of Fethard died in 1712, and his Will of 
that date, has been preserved in the Eecord Office, Dublin. He had four 
sons, but, though provision is made for the "Second," "third," and 
"fourth" Sou, the only name expressly mentioned in the Will is that of 
Richard, the " eldest." One (probably Richard) of the four sons of the 
said John Everard, of Fethard, had four sons — 1. John, of Clonmore, 
CO. Tipperary, whose issue is extinct ; 2. Richard, of whom presently ; 
3. Patrick, of Eoscrea, co. Tipperary, who m. a Miss Kennedy and had a 
family, all of whom are (1883) living in America, save Martin Everard, 
living in 1883, s.p. ; 4, Philip, also of Clonmore, who had three sons — 
1. Thomas ; 2. James, who emigrated to America ; 3. Patrick, who had 
a son who is now (1883) in America. Tiiis Thomas, son of Philip, had 
three sons — 1. John Everard of Clonmore, living in 1883, who is m. and 
has a family ; 2. Thomas Everard, m., living in 1883, and has a family ; 
8. James Everard, who m. a Miss Leahy, and is (1883) living in Lough- 
more, s.p. The genealogy of the branch of this family descended from 
Richard, one of the grandsons of John Everard of Fethard, who died 
A.D. 1712, is as follows : 



1. John Everard, of Fethard, 
above mentioned, who d. in 1712. 

2. ( ) : one of his four sons, 
probably Richard, 

3. Eichard : son of No. 2. This 
Richard m. M. Comerford and had 
five sons — I. Philip, of Clonmore ; 
II. Michael of Longorchard (died 



1880) ; HI. Thomas, IV. James, 
V. Patrick: 

T. Philip, of Clonmore, m. a Miss 
Scott. Their descendants are 
(1883) living in America. 

II. Michael, of Longorchard, of 
whom presently. 

III. Thomas, who formerly lived 



* Salamanca : It is a remarkable fact, that the four Irish Ecclesiastics who 
studied together in Salamanca, were afterwards four contemporary Catholic Arch- 
bishops in Ireland. 

t Archbishoj) : When Dr. Everard was first appointed Archbishop it was to some 
see "ill partihus infidelium" and as Co-adjutor to Dr. Bray, Archbishop of Cashel 
and Emly, who lived for a few years after Dr, Everard's promotion. 



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in Longorcliarcl, m. a Miss 
Torpey and had two sous : 
1. Kicliard, d. s.p. ; 2. Thomas, 

who is (1883) living in 

America. 

IV. James, formerly of Long- 
orchard, m. a Miss Scott, and 
had Kichard and Thomas. 

V. Patrick', of Longorchard, the 
fifth son of Kichard, married 
M. Fogarty and had two sons 
— 1. Col. Richard, of Meridew; 
and 2. Thomas of Templemore. 
This Colonel Eichard Everard, 
of Meridew, Connecticut, New 
York, United States, America 
(hvingin 1883), m. M. Buckley 
and had — 1. Patrick, 2. Ed- 
mond, 3. Thomas, 4. Richard, 
5. William, 6. James, 7. 
Andrew, 8. Michael. Thomas 
Everard of Templemore, co. 
Tipperary, the second son of 
Patrick of Longorchard, No. V. 
here mentioned, m. a Miss 
Maliony and had two sons — 
1. Patrick, 2. John — both 
living in 1888. 



4. Michael, of Longorchard : 
second son of Eichard ; d. 1880, 
aged 86. He m. M. Carroll, and 
had three sons — I. Eichard, of 
New York; II. Patrick, HI. 
Michael : 

I. Eichard, of New York, living 
in 1883, and of whom pre- 
sently. 

II. Patrick, of New York, living 
in 1883, m. and had two sons 
— 1. Michael, 2. (name not 
known). 

III. Michael, of Longorchard, 
living in 1883, m. C. Deavy, 
and had with other children — 
Michael and Thomas. 

5. Eichard Everard, of New 
York, living in 1883 : eldest sou 
of Michael, of Longorchard (d. 
1880) ; m. M. Dempsey, and had 
four children — I. Eichard, II. 
Michael, III. Joseph, IV. Patrick. 

6. Eichard Everard, of New 
York : eldest son of Eichard ; 
living in 1883. 



59.— THE "EVEEARD" FAMILY, 

Of Fethard. 



Nicholas, who d. 4 June, 1633, and 
who was a younger brother of Sir 
Eichard, who (See p. 449 of the 
Third Edition of our " Irish Pedi- 
grees ") is No. 5 on the " Everard" 
genealogy, m. Katherine, dau. of 
James Butler, Lord Dunboyne, and 
had : 

6. John, of Fethard, who died 
11 Aug., 1638, and was bur. the 



16 Aug. of that year. This John m. 
Amy, the fourth daughter of David 
Roche, Viscount Fermoy, co. Cork, 
and had two sons and two 
daughters : 

I. Nicholas. II. John. 

I. Joan. II. Katherine. 

7. Nicholas Everard, of Fethard : 
son of John. 



60.— THE "EVEEAED" FAMILY, 

Of Randalstou-n, County Meath. 



Eichard Everard, had : 

2. John, of Eaudlestown, who 

m. a dau. of Darditz, and 

had: 

3. Thomas, of Eaudlestown, who 



m. Anna, dau. of Thomas Barn- 
well, of Rowstown, and had : 

4. Mathew Everard, of Rows- 
towu ; living in 1687. 



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61.— THE "EERILL 

Of Dublin . 



FAMILY, 



The Errill or Eirrill family was located in Westmeath before the 
Commonwealth period ; after which the family was dispersed : one 
branch settled in Kilduff, in the King's County ; and the other branch 
in Carbery, County Kildare. - From this branch the following is the 
descent, so far as we have gleaned : 



Thomas Errill, of Carbery, co. 
Kildare, had two sons and two 
daughters : 

I, John, of whom presently. 

II. Lawrence, m. and went to 
America. 

1. Ellen, m. ; II. Alice m. ; and 
both also went to America. 

2. John : son of Thomas ; m. 

Mary , and had three sous and 

three daughters : 

I. Patrick, of whom presently. 

II. Thomas. III. George. 
The daughters were: I. Anne. 

IL Bridget. III. Esther. 

3. Patrick : son of John ; m. 



Jane Kearney (both living in 1883), 
and had five sons and three 
daughters : 

I. John, who d. young, 

II. William, who d. in 1866. 

III. Frederick-George, of whom 
presently. 

IV. John-Charles, living in 1883. 

V. Edward-Henry, living in 1883. 
The daughters were : 

I. Georgina-Elizabeth, living in 
1883. 

II. Emily-Jane, living in 1883. 

III. Henrietta, who d. young. 

4. Frederick-George Errill, Dub- 
lin : son of Patrick ; living in 1883. 



62.— THE "FITZGERALD" FAMILY, 

Of Laragh, Countij Kilda>r. 



Thomas Fitzgerald, of Laragh, co. 
Kildare, Ann., had : 

2. Sir Maurice, who had : 

3. Thomas, who had : 

4. Maurice, of Laragh. who d. 
13 Nov., 1637. He m. Ellen, dau. 
of Thomas, Lord Dunboyne, and 
had three sous and five daughters : 



I. James, of whom presently. 

II. William. HI. Henry. 
The daughters were : 

I. Ellen. II. Margaret. III. Mary. 

IV. Elice. V. Katherine. 
5. James Fitzgerald : eldest son 
of Maurice. 



63.— THE " FITZGERALD " FAMILY, 

Of Castlemavtyr ( Sliocht Baile na Martra). 

Edmund, a younger brother of Richard who is No. 11 on the "Fitzgerald" 
(of Cloyne, Abbeyfeale, and Kilkee) pedigree, was the ancestor of this 
branch of that family : 



11. Edmund: son of Maurice. 

12. Richard : his son. 

13. Maurice : his sou. 

14. Edmund ; his son. 



15. John : his sou. 

16. Edmond : his son ; living in 
the Commonwealth period. 



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77 



64.— THE "FITZGERALD" FAMILY, 

Of Cloyne, Abber/fealr, and Kilkee. 

John Fitzgerald," known as " Jolm of Callan," "wlio (see the Third 
Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees") is No. G on the " Fitzgibbon " 
pedigree, was twice married ; by his second wife he had Maurice who 
was the ancestor of Fitzgerald of Cloyne, Abbeyfeale, and Kilkee. 



6. John Fitzgerald : son of 
Thomas Mor ; slain in battle, in 
1261. 

7. Maurice: his son. 

8. Sir Richard, of Imokilly ; his 
son. 

9. Richard, the first Seneschal 
of Imokilly : his son. 

10. Maurice, his son. 

11. Eichard : his son; had a 
brother named Edmund. 

12. William : his son. 

13. James, the Deacon : his son : 

14. Edmund, the Deacon: his son. 

15. Sir John, of Cloyne (Sir 
Seann O'Cluoin, or Seann Mor), 
Knt. : his son ; was one of the 
largest estate-owners in Ireland ; 
willed his estate to King Charles I., 
but, on the Restoration, Charles 
II. restored it to Sir John's eldest 
son, Edmund, of Ballymalow. f 

16. Garrett ; a younger son of 
Sir John, of Cloyne ; had an elder 
brother Sir Thomas, besides Ed- 
mund of Ballymalow. 

17. Edmund : son of Garrett ; 
formerly of Cork, but went to 
Kerry at the instance of his aunt, 
the Countess of Luxenaw ; living 
in 1694, 

18. Garrett, the Mauleen (or 
Garrett of the Wallet) : son of 
Edmund. 



19. Edmund, of Abbeyfeale : his 
son. 

20. Robert : his son ; d. 1806 ; 
had four sons : 

I. Charles, of Kilkee, of whom 
presently. 

II. George, of Kilkee, who had a 
son George (living in 1881), 
and two daughters : 

I. Margaret, who d. unm. 

II. Mary-Anne, who m. a 
Mr. Whyte, Merchant, in 
Canada. 

III. Robert, of Donoughboy, 
Kilkee, who had two sons : 

I. John, a Civil Engineer, who 
emigrated to Australia. 

II. Robert, who d. unm. 

IV. John, of Dublin and Castle- 
blaney, who had three sous 

• and two dans. : 

I. William, of Castleblaney. 

II. Henry, Solicitor, Eccles 
Street, Dublin. 

III. James, a Law Student. 

I. Lucy, m. to Dr. Wiley, 
England. 

II. Henrietta, unm. — all living 
in 1881. 

21. Charles, of Kilkee, R.N.,C.B.: 
son of Robert ; living in 1883. 

22. Gerald Fitzgerald : his son ; 
living in 1883; has a sister Eleanor, 
unmarried. 



* Gerald'ines : 

These Geraldines ! these Geraldines ; rain wears away the rock, 
And time may wear away the tribe that stood the battle shock ; 
But, ever sure, while one is left of all that honoured race, 
In front of Ireland's chivalry is that Fitzgerald's place ; 
And, though the last were dead and gone, how many a field and town, 
From Thomas-Court to Abbeyfeale, would cherish their renown, 
And men would say of valour's rise, or ancient power's decline, 
" 'Twill never soar, it never shone, as did the Geraldine." 
t Ballymalow : See the " Acts of Settlement and Explanation," pp. 93-94 ("Dublin 
1665). 



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65.— THE "FITZHAEEIS" FAMILY, 

Of the County Wexford. 



Mathew Fitzharris, of Maglimain, 
CO. Wexford, Chief of his name, 
had : 

2. Sir Edward, of Kilfenan, co. 
Limerick, Knt., who d. 3 Mar., 
1640. He married Gyles, dau. 
and heir of John Koche, of 
Kilfenan, and left seven sons and 
four daughters : 

I. George, of whom pre- 
sently. 
n. Miles, who m. Onora, dau. of 
Thomas Fitzgerald, of Eos- 
telan, co. Cork. 

III. Marcus. 

IV. Brian. 

V. Eedmoud. 

VI. Oliver. 

VII. Thomas. 



I. Ellen, who m. Sir John Mac- 
Grath, of Aylcroghan, in the 
CO. Tipperary, Knt., and Bart. 

II. Ellenor, who m. Maurice 
Fitzgerald. 

III. Joan, who m. Con. O'Mul- 
ryan. 

IV. Katheriue, who m. Nicholas 
Haly, of Limerick, Arm. 

3. George : eldest son of Sir 
Edward, d. 1626. He m. Joan, 
dau. of Thomas, Lord Kerry and 
Lixnaw, and had two sons — 1. Sir- 
Edward, 2. Patrick. 

4. Sir Edward Fitzharris, Bart., 
living in 1703 : son of George ; m. 
Ellen, dau. of Thomas Fitzgerald, 
alias " The Knight of the Valley," 
CO. Limerick. 



66.— THE "FITZPATEICK" FAMILY, 

Of Lissanivarnif, County Clare. 



GiLLE DuFFE FiTZPATRicK had : 

2. Darby "Debrik," of Doune- 
sallah, who had : 

3. Florence, who had : 

4. Florence (2), who had : 



5. Darby, of Lissanwarny, co. 
Clare, gent., who d. 31 Sept., 1637. 
He m. "luigiu Duffe," alias Any, 
dau. of Thomas MacMahon, son of 
Murtogh " Caume " MacMahon. 



67.— THE " FOX " FAMILY, 

Of Kilcoursy, King's County. 



Carbry Fox had : 

2. Owen of Kilcoursy, in the 
King's County, who had : 

3. Brassell, who had : 

4. Art (or Arthur), who had : 

5. Brassell, of Kilcoursy, who d. 
7 April, 1639. He married Mary, 
daughter of Hu. MacGeoghagan, 
of Castletown, county West- 
meath, and had one son and six 
daughters. 

I. Hubert, of whom presently. 



I. Mary, who m. Edmund 
Malone, of Kilgarrau, in the 
CO. Westmeath. 

II. Eliza, who m. Neal Molloy, 
of Pallis, King's County. 

III. Mary. 

IV. Margaret. 

V. Amy. 

VI. Katherine. 

6. Hubert Fox. of Kilcoursy : 
son of Brassell ; m. Mary, dau. of 
Lewis Connor, of Leixhp, Esq. 



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68.— THE "FEEND" FAMILY. 

Richard Cane, the third son of Kicbard O'Cahan, of Larali Bryan, near 
Maynootli, co. Kildare, who (see p. 335 of the Thh-d Edition of our Irish 
Pedigrees) is No. 123 on the " O'Cahan " Genealogy, was a maternal 
ancestor of this family : 



124. Eichard Cane, of Larali 
Bryan : third son of Eichard 
O'Cahan. Will dated 28th Decem- 
ber, 1754. Married Anne Cane 
nee Lyons, and had three sons : — 
1. Richard, 2. William-Lyons, 3. 
John. 

125. William-Lyons Cane ; 
second son of Eichard ; mar., and 
had three sons : 1. Richard- Duke 
Cane, who was Major in the 5th 
Dragoon Guards ; 2. Hugh Cane, 
Captain in 22nd Regiment ; and 3. 
Medlycott Cane. 

126. Medlycott Cane : third son 
of William-Lyons Cane. Was in 
the 102nd Regiment, East Indies. 
This Medlycott Cane was twice 
married : first to a Miss Browne 
(sister of Mrs. Robert Wybrants), 
by whom he had Major James 
Cane, 23rd Regiment, father of 
Madame de Madrid ; Medlycott's 
second marriage was to a Mrs. 
Bloomfield, nee Bayly, dau. of John 
Bayly, Esq , of Newtown, co. Tip- 
perary, by whom he had: — 1. John- 



60th Eegiment ; 
3. Eichard Cane, 



Lyons Cane, 
2. Jane Cane 
who d. 1849. 

127. Eichard Cane : third son of 
Medlycott ; m. Delia-Eliza, youngest 
daughter of the late Rev. Meade- 
Swift Dennis, of Union Hill, co. 
Westmeath (and sister of the late 
Thomas Stratford Dennis, Esq., of 
Fort Granite, co. Wicklow), and 
had : — 1. John Cane, d. s.p. ; 

2. Eichard-Lyons Cane, d. s.p. ; 

3. James-Godfrey Cane, d. s.p. ; 

4. Delia-Maria Cane, of whom 
presently ; 5. Elizabeth-Caroline 
Cane, living in 1883. 

128. Delia-Maria Cane : dau. of 
Eichard Cane : mar., in 1856, 
Major Frend (d. 1858), 55th Regi- 
ment, and had:— I.Albert- William- 
John Frend, b. 1857 ; 2. Delia- 
Hester-Ellen-Jane Frend, living in 
1883. 

129. Albert- William- John Frend, 
B.A. : son of Major Freud and 
Delia-Maria Cane ; living in 1883. 



69.— THE "GAL WAY*" FAMILY, 
Of Kinsale, CounUj Cork. 



Jeoffeey Galway (modernized 
Gahcey), a burgess of Kinsale, co. 
Cork, had : 

2. William (the second son) also 
a burgess of Kinsale, who had : 



3. Jeoffrey, of Kinsale, Esq., who 
had : 

4. William Galway, Eecorder of 
Kinsale, who d. in 1637. 



* Galway : This family, according to some authorities, dei-ives its name from a 
branch of the " Bourke" family, in the connty Galway, in the province of Connaught, 
which settled in the county Cork in the 14th century ; and hence have been 
distinguished by the territorial name, Galway, Galwey, and sometimes Gallwey. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



70.— THE "GALWAY" FAMILY. (No. 2.) 
Of Kinsale. 



Jeoffrey Galway, of Kinsale, had : 

2. Jolin, of Limorick, wlio had : 

3. Aldermau James, of Lmierick, 
who had : 

4. Sh' Jeoffry, Bart. (d. 28 Mar., 
1G36), of Kiusalo, who. m. Anne, 
dan. of Aldermau Nicholas Comyn, 
of Limerick, by whom it does not 
appear that he had any issue. His 



second wife was Mary, dau. of 
Morogh MacSheehy of Ballyallevan, 
CO. Limerick, by whom he had four 
daughters: 1. Martha, 2. Margaret, 
3. Grace, 4. Onora. His third wife 
was Mor, dau. of Morogli O'Brien 
of " Twogh," by whom he had a 
daughter Ellen. 



71.— THE "GLADSTONE" FAMILY. 

In the " Robertson " genealogy, pp. 400-401 of the Third Edition of our 
" Irish Pedigrees," the descent of this famil}'- is clearly traced from 
Malcolm III., King of Scotland, down to Andrew Robertson, Provost of 
Dingwall, who was the maternal grandfather of, " amongst other 
children, the Eight Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, of Ilawardcn, in 
Flintshire, M.P., and First Lord of the Treasury, in 1881." This sir- 
name was originally Gledstaine (" Gleadh" : Irish, tricks, humour ; "stain," 
tin or latten), and was more lately rendered Gkuhtones. It was the father 
of the Premier that first omitted the final s from the name, and wrote it 
Gladstone. In the male line, so far as we can trace it, the genealogy of 
the family is, as follows : 



1. John Gladstones, of Toft- 
Combes, Biggar, in Lanarkshire, 
Scotland. 

2. Thomas Gladstones, of Leith : 
his younger son ; d. 1809. 

3. Sir John Gladstone, of Fasque, 
Kincardineshire : his eldest son ; 
b. Dec, 17G4 ; created a Baronet 
18 July, 184(5 ; first of the family 
that omitted the final s in his 
name. Sir John was twice married : 
first, in 1792, to Jane (d. s.p. in 
1798), dau. of Joseph Hall, Esq., 
of Liverpool ; and, secondly, in 
April, 1800, to Anne (d. 1835), 
dau. of Andrew Eobertson, Esq., 
Provost of Dingwall, and Sherifi'- 
Substitute of Eosshire, by whom 
he had four sons : — 1. Thomas, 
2. Robertson, 3. John-Neilson, 4. 
William-Ewart ; and two daugh- 
ters: — 1. Anue-M'Keuzie (d.unm.), 
2. Helen-Jane (d. 10 January, 
1880) : 



I. Thomas : the eldest son of 
Sir John ; of whom presently. 

II. Eobertson, of Courthey, in 
Lancasliire, J.P. : the second 
son ; b. 15 Nov., 1805 ; d. 
23 Sept., 1875. Married, 
28 Jan., 1833, Mary-Ellen 
(d. 1865), dau. of Hugh Jones, 
Esq., of Larkhill, Liverpool, 
and by her had six sons — 
1. John, 2. Arthur-Eobertson, 
3. Hugh-Jones, 4. Robertson, 
5. Walter-Longueville, G. Eich- 
ard- Francis ; and two daughters 
— 1. Mary-Ellen, 2. Anna- 
Maria-Heywood : 

I. John : the eldest son of 
Robertson, above mentioned ; 
d. 1852. 

II. Arthur-Eobertson, of Court 
Hey, Broadgreen, Liverpool : 
the second son ; b. 12 July, 
1841 ; Captain, Lancashire 
Hussars. 



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III. Hugh-Jones : the third 
son : b. 22 Mav, 1843 ; d. 
1 Sept., 1874. 

IV. Robertson : the fourth son ; 
b. 14 Sept., 1844. 

V. Walter-Longueville : the 
fifth son; b. 30 Sept., 1846. 

VI. Eichard- Francis: the sixth 
son : d. 24 Dec, 1849. 

I. Mary-Ellen : the elder dau. 
of Robertson; m. Feb., 1860, 
her cousin, Kobert S. Glad- 
stone, Esq., son of Thomas 
Steuarfc Gladstone, Esq., of 
Capenoch, Scotland. 

II. Anna-Maria-Heywood: the 
younger dau. ; m. 14 Dec, 
1870, Edward Thornewill, 
Esq., of Dove Cliff, Burton- 
on-Trent. 

III. John-Neilsou (Capt. K.N.), 
of Bowden Park. Chippenham, 
M.P. for Ipswich : third son of 
Sir John; b. 18 Jan., 1807; 
d. 7 Feb., 1863. Married, 
7 Feb., 1839, Elizabeth- 
Honoria (d. 11 Feb., 1862), 
dau. of Sir Kobert Bateson,' 
Bart., of Belvoir Park, and by 
her had one son : John- 
Evelyn ; and seven daughters 
— 1. Catherine, 2. Anne- 
Elizabeth-Honoria, 3. Alice, 
4. Clara-Frances, 5. Constance- 
Elizabeth, 6. Edith-Helen 
(twins), 7. Lucy-Marion : 
I. John-Evelyn, of Bowden, 
J.P. : the son of John- 
Neilson; late Eoyal Wilts 
Militia ; b. Nov., 1855. 

I. Catherine : the eldest dau. 
of John-Neilson ; m. 2 June, 
1881, the Very Rev. W. C. 
Lake, D.D., Dean of 
Durham. 

II. Anne-Elizabeth-Honoria : 
the second daughter ; m. 
22 Aug., 1861, the Earl of 
Belmore. 

III. Ahce. 



IV. Clara- Frances. 

V. Constance-Elizabeth, ) g 

VI. Edith-Helen, ) J 
This Edith-Helen m. 27 Oct, 
1870, W. A. Dumaresq, Esq., 
M.A. (d. 1880), eldest son 
of the late W. J. Dumaresq, 
formerly Captain Royal Staff 
Corps. 

VII. Lucy-Marion : the seventh 
daughter; m. 29 Apr., 1876, 
Reginald- Henry, eldest son 
of Sir John Hardy, Bart., of 
Dunstall Hall, in Stafford- 
shire. 

IV. The Eight Hon. William- 
Ewart, of Hawarden Castle, 
Flintshire, M.P.for Midlothian : 
fourth son of Sir John ; First 
Lord of the Treasury ; living 
in 1883; b. 29 Dec, 1809. 
Married in 1839, Catherine, 
eldest dau. of the late Sir 
Stephen-Richard Glynne, the 
eighth Baronet, of Hawarden 
Castle, Flintshire, and by her 
has had issue, surviving — 

1. William- Henry, 2, Rev. 
Stephen-Edward, 3. Henry- 
Neville, 4. Herbert-John ; and 
— 1. Agnes (of whom presently;, 

2. Catherine-Jessy (d. 1850), 

3. Mary, 4. Helen : 

I. William-Henry, M.A. : the 
eldest son of William-Ewart ; 
a J.P. and D.L. for Flint- 
shire ; M.P. for East 
Worcestershire since 1880; 
b. 3 June, 1840. Mar. 30 
Sept., 1875, the Hon. Ger- 
trude Stuart, youngest dau. 
of Lord Blantyre, and has 
two daughters : I. Evelyn- 
Katherine, b. 1882. IL Ger- 
trude, b. 1883. 

II. Stephen - Edward, M.A. : 
the second son ; Eector of 
Hawarden; b. 4 April, 1844. 

III. Henry-Neville : the third 
son ; b. 2 April, 1852. 



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IV. Herbert-John, M.A. : the 
fourth son ; a junior Lord of 
the Treasury ; M.P, for 
Leeds ; b. 7 Jan., 1854. 
L Agnes, m. 27 Dec, 1873, to 
Eev. Edward C. Wickham, 
M.A., Head Master of 
Welhngton College, and 
has (in 1883) issue — 
I. Catherine-Mary-Lavinia. 
IL Wijliam-Gladstone. 
III. Christian-Lucy. IV. Mar- 
garet-Agnes. V. Edward- 
Stephen-Gladstone. 
4. Sir Thomas Gladstone (living 
in 1883), of Fasque and Balfour, 
in Kincardineshire, the second 
Bart. : eldest son of Sir John ; b. 



25 Jiily, 1804. Mar. 27 Aug., 1835, 
Louisa, second dau. of Robert 
Fellowes, Esq., of Shottesham Park, 
in Norfolkshire, and had : one son, 
John Kobert ; and six daughters : 

L John-Eobert, b. 26 April, 
1852 ; of whom presently. 

L Louisa. 

IL Anne. 

III. Mary-Selina. 

IV. Evelyn-Marcella (d. 1852). 

V. Ida (d. 1874). 

VI. Frances-Margaret (d. 1853). 
5. John-Eobert Gladstone : son 

of Sir Thomas, Bart. ; D.L. for 
Kincardineshire ; Lieutenant 2nd 
Battalion Coldstream Guards ; b. 
26 April, 1852 ; and living in 1883. 



72.— THE "GEACE" FAMILY, 

Of Courtstown, County Kilkenny. 



John Grace, of Courtstown, co. 
Kilkenny, had : 

2. Oliver, who had : 

3. John, who had: 

4. Robert, who had : 

5. Oliver, of Courtstown, who d. 
6 July, 1037. He m. Joan, dau. 
and heir of Sir Ciprian Horsfall, 



of Inisharag, co. Kilkenny, Knt-., 
and had four sons and two 
daughters : 

I. John. IL Eedmond. III. 
Cyprian. IV. Eobert. 

The daughters were : 

I. Margaret, II. Ellen. 

0. John Grace : son of Oliver. 



73.— THE "HALLY" FAMILY. 

The O'h-Allche ("ailce" : Irish, ^nanners, heliavionr) or Hally fsivaily is 
a branch of the O'Kennedys of Ormond, descendants of Cormac Cas. 
Tuatha-Fearalt, a district in the county of Tipperary (the exact situation 
of which cannot now be ascertained), was the lordship of the family, 
•whom O'Heerin mentions in the following lines : 

" Tuatha-Fearalt, of the fair woods, 
Is the lordship of O'Ailche ; 
A plain of fair fortresses, and a spreading tribe ; 
The land resembling Teltown of rivulets." 

From the topographical description here given, it would appear to 
have been that portion of Hy-Fogharty, in Tipperary, lying betweei^ 



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83 



Lyttletown, in that county, and Urlingford, in Kilkenny. Tuatha-Fearalt 
signifies "the country of hardy men"; from tnatha, "a district" or 
•'country," and Feara-alt, "hardy men," or "men of sinew." Or, it 
may signify " the possession of Fearah," who may have been some 
remarkable progenitor of the family under notice. Few, if any, of the 
name are to be met with at this day, either in Kilkenny or Tipperary. 



74.— THE "HALY" FAMILY. 

The O'h-Algaith or O'h-Algaich ("algach" : Irish, noble, brave), anglicised 
O'Hahi and Haly, are descended from Cosgrach, son of Lorcan, who is 
No. 103 on the " O'Brien" (Kings of Thomond) pedigree ; and are to be 
distinguished from the O'Ailches, who, although of the same descent, are 
a distinct family. (See the " Healy" pedigree). 

The O'Halys are of old standing in the county of Galway, as appears 
from the Four Masters, under a.d. 1232. The representative of the 
senior branch of the sept, in 1780, was Simon Haly, Esq., of Ballyhaly, 
who m. Eleanora, dau. of Teige O'Quin, Esq., of Adare, an ancestor of 
the Earl of Dunraven. 



75.— THE "HAREINGTON" FAMILY. 

Anne, dau. of Henry Harrington', brother of John, Lord Harrington, 
d. 7 Jan,, 1639. She m. Sir Thomas Roper, Lord Baltinglas and Baron 
of Bantre, who d. 18 Feb., 1637. 



76.— THE "HARRIS" FAMILY. 



Sir Thomas Harris, of Coick- 
worthee, Devonshire, Knt., had : 

2. Sir Edward, of Dromeny, Knt., 
a Judge in the King's Bench, who 
d. at Cahirmony, co. Cork, on 
4 April, 1686, and was buried at 
Kilcredan, co. Cork. His first wife 
was Eliza, dau. of Anthony Fowell, 
of Fowelcomb, co. Devon, England, 
Esq., by whom he had four sons 
and three daughters : 

I. Sir Thomas, Knt., of whom 
presently. 

II. Edward, 



HI. Arthur. 

IV. Edmund. 

The daughters were : 

I. Philippa, who m. Robert Tent, 
of Ballycrinan, co. Cork, Esq. 

II. Eliza, who m. John Lan- 
caster, of Waterford, Esq. 

HI. Mary, who m. William 
Greatreax, of Affame. 

Sir Edward's second wife was 
Jane, dau. of Bussey. 

3. Sir Thomas Harris, Knt. ; 
son of Sir Edward, 



84 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

77.— THE "HAKT" FAMILIES, 
Of America. 

There are several families of this name in America since the beginning 
of the 17th century : some of them claiming to be of Irish ; some, of 
English ; and some, of Scotch descent. The prevailing way of spelling 
the name, which, however, has obtained in the New World, is : " Hart," 
" Harte," "Hartt," "Heart," and " Hearte." 

Some of those families are descended from Stephen Hart * (or Harte), 
a Puritan, who, about 1632, emigrated from (it is supposed) Braintree, 
in Essexshire, England, to Massachusetts, United States of America ; 
and from whom " Hart's Ford" (more lately rendered " Hartford") on 
the Connecticut river, took its name. That Stephen Hart was a farmer 
and large landholder ; he and the company with whom he went to 
America settled in Braintree, Mass., and afterwards removed to Newtown 
(since called "Cambridge") Mass., and there constituted themselves a 
church, of which the said Stephen was elected "deacon": hence has 
he been called " Deacon Stephen Hart." He was in Cambridge (Mass.) 
in 1632, and admitted a freeman there, on 14 May, 1634. He 
went to Hartford in 1635 ; was there a proprietor in 1639 ; and 
became one of the eighty-four proprietors of Farmington, in Con- 
necticut, in 1672. At his death, in March, 1682-3, he was 77 years of 
age, and then lived at the village of Farmington, on a tract of land 
(bordering the present town of Avon) which is still known by the name 
of " Hart's Farm." His children were : 1. Sarah, who on the 20th Nov., 
1644, m. Thomas Porter ; 2. Mary, who was twice married — first, to 
John Lee, and, secondly, on the 5th Jan., 1672, to Jedediah Strong ; 

3. John, who m. Sarah ; 4. Stephen, the name of whose wife is 

not known ; 5. Mahitabel, who m. John Cole ; 6. Thomas, b. in 1643, 
who m. Kuth Hawkins. From those six children of Deacon Stephen 
Hart, have descended many of the families of distinction, now (1883) 
living in the Great Western Eepublic. 

The sirname of said Stephen appears as Hart, in the list of Winthrop's 
New England, among those who took the freeman's oath on the 14th of 
May, 1634 ; while his brother Edmund's name appears in the same list 
as Harte, where the c final is added. The history of Dorchester, Massa- 
chusetts, makes that Edmund one of the first settlers of that town, and 
there he had his house-lot in 1632 ; but he subsequently removed to 
Weymouth. His children were, according to Savage, all daughters. It 
is worthy of remark (see p. 254 of the Third Edition of our "Irish 
Pedigrees"), that Stephen Harte, of Westmill, in Hertfordshire, England, 
was the first of the name recorded as living in that country. And (see 
the " Harte " pedigree, in p. 253 of the said Third Edition,) it was in the 
12th century that a junior branch of the " O'Hart " family anglicised 
their name Harte., from the Irish O'h-Airt, and first employed the e final 
in the name. 

* Stephen Hart : See the " Genealogical History of Deacon Stephen Hart and his 
descendants, 1632-1875. By Alfred Andrews, New Britain. Conn. (Hartford : Lock- 
wood, Brainard, and Co., 1875.) " 



Pedigrees. 



85 



Another distinguished branch of the "Hart" family in America is 
that descended from John Hart, who was born at Witney, in Oxfordshire, 
England, on the 16th of Nov., 1651, and who went to America with 
William Penn. He was a Quaker preacher of note, and settled near 
Philadelphia. He was elected a member of the Assembly for the county 
of Philadelphia, and took his seat therein on the 12th March, 1683. He 
died at his residence in Warminster, in Sept., 1714, in the 63rd year of 
his age. From that John Hart is descended General W. W. Hart-Davis, 
of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, living in 1883. All things considered, we 
are of opinion that the above mentioned Stephen Hart, the Deacon ; 
Stephen Harte, of Westmill, in Hertfordshire, England ; and John Hart, 
the celebrated Quaker preacher, were all of the same stock and of Irish 
origin ! 

Another eminent branch of the *' Hart " family in America is that 
descended from Edward Hart, of Hopewell township, formerly in 
Hunterdon county. New Jersey, who fought under Wolfe on the Heights 
of Abraham (Quebec). His son John Hart (see Note,f p. 193 of the 
Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees," was one of the Signatories 
who, on the 4th of July, 1776, signed the famous "Declaration of 
American Independence " ; and is still remembered in America as : 

" Honest John Hart." 

This John was born at Hopewell, N.J., in 1715 ; and, in 1774, was first 
elected to the General Congress, at Philadelphia. New Jersey was soon 
invaded by the British Army, who devastated Mr. Hart's estate, and 
made special exertions to take him prisoner. He, however, frustrated 
their designs, by wandering through the woods from cottage to cottage, 
and from cave to cave, constantly hunted by the English soldiery ; so 
that he never ventured to sleep in the same place twice in succession. 
The capture of the Hessians by General Washington put an end to that 
state of things : Mr. Hart was enabled to return to his estate, on which 
he passed the remainder of his life. He had two sons in the War of 
the Revolution : Edward, and Daniel ; and three of his sons (supposed 
to be Jesse, Nathaniel, and John) acted as General Washington's guides 
while he was campaigning in New Jersey. 

The said John Hart married Deborah Scudder (who died on the 
26tli October, 1776), and, according to entries in his writing in the 
Family Bible, the following were their children : 



1. 


Sarah, born 16 Oct. ( 


year nofv 
legible. / 


8. 


Abigail, born 10 Feb., 


1754 


2. 


Jesse, „ 


19 Nov. 


, 1742 


9. 


Edward, „ 20 Dec, 


1755 


8. 


Martha, „ 


10 Apl., 


1746 


10. 


Scudder, „ 30 Dec, 


1759 


4. 


Nathaniel, „ 


29 Oct., 


1747 


11. 


(A daughter) „ 16 Mar. 


1701 


5. 


John, „ 


29 Oct., 


1748 


12. 


Daniel, „ 13 Aug., 


1762 


6. 


Susannah, „ 


2 Aug. 


, 1750 


13. 


Deborah, „ 11 Aug., 


1765 


7. 


Mary, „ 


7 Apl. 


1752 









Sarah married a Mr. Wyckoff ; and her grandson, Samuel S. Wyckoff, 
was in 1882 a prominent merchant in Murray Street, New York City. 
Susannah m. Major Polhemus, an Officer of the Revolution, and was the 
mother of Mrs. Kurts. Deborah m. Joseph Ott. Daniel went to Virginia. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISS 



Joseph Hart, a grandson of the said John Hart, was m 1874 living 
on the top of Kich Mountain, in West Virginia ; and H. S. Hart, of 
Circleville, 'Kansas, living in 1874, was a great-grandson, of John, the 
Signer of the Declaration. The said John's personal appearance was, it 
is recorded, very prepossessing : he was tall and straight, with black 
hair and dark complexion. The time of his death has been variously 
stated by different writers : Sanderson, in his " Lives of the Signers," 
puts it in the year 1780 ; others make the time 1778 ; but we believe we 
are correct in saying the true time is the 11th of May, 1779. 

There is a Monument erected to his memory at Hopewell, New 
Jersey, on the Front of which are the words ; " John Hart, a Signer of 
American Independence, July 4, 1776"; on its Eight side, the words: 
"Erected ... by the State of New Jersey, by Act Approved, 
April 5, 1865"; on its Left side, the words: "First Speaker of 
Assembly, August 27, 1776," and " Member of the Committee of Safety, 
1775-1776"; on the Rear, the words: "Honor the Patriot's Grave." 
Around the Monument are the graves of those who were his companions 
and associates. 

Patrick Hart, of Youngstown, Ohio, living in 1877, and Thomas 
Hart, living in 1880, near Courtland, Decalb county, Illinois, are (see 
p. 193 of the Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees ") members of our 
own family. 

There is yet another branch of the " Hart " family located in 
Pittston, Pennsylvania, which we cannot connect with any of the fore- 
going families, but which, judging by its coat of arms, is, in our opinion, 
a branch of our own family. We can trace the descent of that branch only • 
from Jeremiah''^ Hart, who when a young man lived in Duchess County, 
State of New York ; removed to Saratoga County in said State, there 
married, owned a large farm, and lived and died. He had two elder 
brothers — 1. John, 2. Richard: that John had a son John, both of whom 
held commissions in the English Army during the American Revolution, 
after which the younger John came to reside in England ; Jeremiah 
remained faithful to the American cause ; but we have learned nothing 
of Eichard and his descendants. Commencing with Jeremiah the 
following is the descent from him : 



1. Jeremiah Hart, of Saratoga 
County, State of New Y'"ork, b. circa 
1750 ; m. Abigail Purcell (nee 
Macomber), and had five sons and 
three daughters — 1. John, 2. 
Stephen, 3. Eeuben, 4. Philip, 
5. Jeremiah, 1. Hannah, 2. Sarah, 
8. Phebe. He died at Stillwater, 
Saratoga county, N.Y., about 1825. 

2. Philip : the fourth son of 
Jeremiah ; b. about 1775 ; m. 
Anna, dau. of Joseph Seeley and 



Millard, and had five sons and 

four daughters — 1. Philip, 2. 
Theodorus, 3. Henry, 4. Lorenzo 
D., 5. Eeuben B., 1.- Maria, 2. Abby, 
3. Amy, 4. Sarah-Anne. He d. at 
Pine Island, in Minesota, about 
1860. 

3. Theodorus : his second son ; b. 
5 Aug., 1809 ; m. Eliza, dau. of Syl- 
vester Ruland and Rebecca Lobdell, 
on the 30 Mar., 1821, and had four 
children — 1. Alonzo, 2. Theodorus, 



* Jeremiah : This is another name for the Irish Dermod. 



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87 



3. Aclelia, 4. Marion -Ellen — all 
-living in 1883. 

4. Theodoras Hart, jun., of 
Pittston, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: 
second son of Theodoras ; born 
10 Sept. , 1847 ; and living in 1883 ; 



m. Rebecca (b. 11 June, 1849), dau. 
of William Dymond and Malvina 
(Slocum) Eyet, and has had in 1883 
one child — Mary-La v^^son-Dymond, 
b. 13 July, 1875. 



78 — THE ''HAWKINS" FAMILY, 

Of Wisconsin, United States, America. 

The first names of this family that we have met with are those of John 
Hawkins and Joseph Hawkins,* who (See the list of " The Forty-Nine 
Officers " in the Appendix) served Charles I., or Charles II., in the Wars 
of Ireland before the 5th day of June, 1649. We are, however, at 
present able to trace only the following generations of the Loiighrea (co. 
Galway) branch of the family : 

1. John Hawkins had : 3. S. N. Hawkins, of New Eicli- 

2. Lawrence, who m. a dau. of mond in Wisconsin, United States, 
Dominick Joyce, Esq., and had: America, living in 1883. 



79.— THE "HEALY" FAMILY, 
Chiefs of Pobal O'Healij, in the County Cork. 

AsADHMUN, a son of Fergus Mor who is No. 64 on the "O'Farrell" 
pedigree, was the ancestor of Ch-Eilighe ; anglicised O'Healy, Hcahj, 
and Hehj. 



64. Fergus Mor : son of Eos 
(known as Eos Euadh). 

65. Asadhmun : his son. Had 
three half brothers — 1. Conmac, 
2. Ciar, C. Core. 

66. Ailsach : son of Asadhmun. 

67. Oineach : his son. 

68. Eoghan : his son. 

69. Delbhna : his son, 

70. Fiodhcuirce : his son. 

71. Eachamun : his son. 

72. Alt : his son. 



73. Athre : his son. 

74. Eachadun : his son. 

75. Orbsinmhar : his son. 

76. Modhart : his son. 

77. Saul : his son. 

78. Meascu : his son. 

79. Ullamh : his son. 

80. Measa : son of Ullamh. 

81. Cuilean : his son. 

82. Cunath : his son. 

83. Mearcu : his son. 

84. Arad : his son. 



* Hawkins : The names of John and Charles Hawkins appear also among the 
Grantees under the Acts of Settlement and Explanation ; and other names of that 
family subsequently appear in " The Ini'olments of the Certificates for Adventurers, 
Soldiers, etc., in Ireland in the Commonwealth period," given in the Appendix. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



85. lomchadli : his sou. 

86. Catliair : his son. 

87. Luchd : his son. 

88. Adhlann : his son. 

89. Luchd : his son. 

90. Luchdreach : his son. 

91. Maoltoirnd : his son. 

92. Bath : his son. 

93. Elhe ("ele": Irish, 



bier, 



a Utter) : his son ; a quo O'h- 
Eilighe. 

94. Feargus : his son. 

95. FeUm : his son. 

96. Coibhdealach : his son. 

97. Conrach : his son. 

98. Conmhach : his son. 

99. Conn O'Healy : his son. 



Some Irish Genealogists deduce the descent of the "O'Healy" family 
from Cosgrach, son of Lorcan, King of Thomond, who was grandfather 
of Brian Boroimhe [Born], who is No. 105 on the "O'Brien" (of 
Thomond) pedigree, and who was the 175th Monarch of Ireland ; others 
deduce it from the " O'Haly" family, which is an anglicised form of the 
Irish Oli-Algaich ("algach": Irish, noble), y^lnle O^Healy is from the 
Irish Oli-Kilighe, as above shown. But (see the " Hally " and " Haly "' 
pedigrees, respectively,) the two genealogies are quite distinct, and the 
two famihes not at all descended from the same stock as " O'Healy " ; 
for it is the " O'Haly" family that is descended from Cosgrach, son of 
Lorcan, who is No. 103 on the " O'Brien" (of Thomond) pedigree, and 
the " O'Hally " family is descended from Donchuan, brother of Brian 
Boru, while the " O'Healy" family is descended from Fergus Mor, who 
is No. 64 on the •' O'Farrell " pedigree. Others again say that the 
O'Healys of Donoughmore are a branch of the "MacCarthy Mor" family, 
Princes of Desmond ; but we are unable to trace that connection. It is • 
worthy of remark, however, that the Arms assigned by Keating to the 
" O'Healy " family, namely — Az. a fesse between three stags' heads 
erased in chief ar. and a demi lion ramp, in base or., are borne by the 
Helys, Earls of Donoughmore : which goes to show that their name was 
formerly " O'Healy." The founder of the House of Donoughmore was John 
Hely, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, Secretary of State for Ireland, 
and Keeper of the Privy Seal in 1774, who, in 1771, married Chi'istiana, 
daughter of Lorenzo Nicksou, Esq., of AVicklow, and grandniece and 
heiress of Richard Hutchinson, Esq., of Knocklofty, in the county 
Tipperary, whose name the said John Hely assumed. Since then the 
family has borne the name of Heli/-IIiitchinso7i. John Hely-Hutchinson 
obtained a Peerage for his wife, who took the title of " Baroness 
Donoughmore, of Knocklofty," the seat of the present Earl. Mr. Hely- 
Hutchinsou was subsequently offered an Earldom, and was about to 
become " Earl O'Healy," when he died. The Peerage created for his 
wife descended, according to limitation, to their son, Kichard, who, after 
becoming " Baron Donoughmore " by inheritance, was created I'Mrl of 
Donoughmore, in December, 1800. His brother John succeeded him as 
Baron, and second Earl of Donoughmore ; and John, dying, was 
succeeded by his Nephew, John, as third Earl, who married the Hon. 
Margaret Gardiner, seventh daughter of Luke, first Viscount Mountjoy, 
by Margaret (daughter of Hector Wallis, Esq., of Dublin, and Spring- 
mount, Queen's County], mentioned in the " WalUs-Healy" Genealogy, 
infra, which see. 



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80.— THE " HILL " FAMILY, 
Of Gastlereaghf County Down. 



Sir Moses Hill, Knt., bad : 

2. Peter, who had : 

3. Francis, of Castlereagh, co. 
Down, who d. Feb., 1637. He m. 



Ursula, dau. of Sir Francis Stafford, 
Knt., and had three daughters : 
4. Anne, Eose, and Penelope. 



8L— THE " HILL " FAMILY, (No. 2). 



Moses Hill, Miles, had : 

2. Arthur, who died in Jan., 
1636, and was buried in St. 
Bride's, on 7th January of that 
year. He married Anne, daughter 



of Sir Eichard Belton, Knt., and 
had three sons : 

I. Moses. II. Edward. 

HI. Francis. 

3. Moses Hill : son of Arthur. 



82.— THE ''JONES" FAMILY, 
Of Lisnegrohan, County Roscommon. 



Lieutenant Henry Jones, of , 

in Wales, had : 

2. John of Athlone, who had : 

3. Christopher, of Lisnegrahan, 
CO. Eoscommon, who d. 13 Feb., 
1639. He m. Margaret, dau. of 
John Mandby (Manby), and had 
one son and six daughters : 

I. Edward, of whom presently. 



I. Mary, who m. Christopher 
Dillon, of Baskin, co. West- 
meath. 

II. Jane, who m. "William Curran, 
of Sligo. 

III. Katherine. IV. Ellenor. 
V. Anne. VI. Margaret. 

4. Edward Jones : son of Chris- 
topher. 



83.— THE "KAVANAGH" FAMILY. 

Of KilbaUyowen., County Wickloiv. 

Thomas Kavanagh, of Kilballyowen, m. Mary, only dau. and heiress of 
Charles Dumble, an Englishman, who, under the Act of Settlement, 
became possessed of that property. 

2. Matthew, of Kilballyowen : I 1. Darby, of whom presently ; 
son of said Thomas ; m. and had : I 2. Winefrid." 



* Wine/rid : This Winefrid m. Davby Wlielan, of Ballymauus, and had one sou 
and three daughters. The son, William (d. circa 1870), m. a dau. of Lawrence Byrne 
of Redna, co. Wicklow, and had three sons and four daughters, all living in 188B, 
save one daughter, who d. in that year : the sons were — 1. William, 2. Darby, 
3. Lawrence. And the three daughters of the said Darby Whelan were : 
1. Margaret. [We have lost the names of the other two.] One of those three 
daughters m. William Byrne (d. 1881) of Ringsend, Dublin, but formerly of Redna, 

as above, and had : 1. Mary, who m. Nicholas Warren, of Ringsend, Dublin, both 

living in 1883, and having issue ; 2. Patrick, b. 1871, and living in Ringsend in 1883. 



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3. Darby, of Kilballyowen : sou 
of Mathew ; m. and had : 

I. The Kev. James Kavauagh, 
D.D., and P.P. of Kildare ; 
hviiig ill 1883. 

II. Mathew, who m. Anne Logh- 
Hn, and (in 1883) has two 
daughters — 1. Mary, 2. Jane. 



III. Thomas. 

4. Thomas Kavanagh, of Kil- 
ballyowen ; third son of Darby ; 

married Byrne, and, in 

1883, has a family of sons and 
daughters. 



84.— THE "KAVANAGH" FAMILY, 
Of Garryhill, County Carlow. 

Arthur Mor, who (see p. 264, of the Third Edition of our "Irish 
Pedigrees ") is No. 120 on the " Kavanagh" genealogy, had three sons 
— 1. Donall Mor, 2. Arthur Oge,"'' 3. Dermod Lamh-dearg.f From the 
Donal Mor here mentioned this branch of the " Kavanagh " family was 
descended. 



121. Donal Mor : eldest sou of 
Arthur Mor. 

122. Murtagh : his sou. 



123, Murtagh (or Morough) : his 



son. 



124. Morough Ballach : his sou. 



85.— THE "KELLEHER" FAMILY. 

The family of Kelleher or Keller, in Irish O'Oe/Zmc/irt/rC'ceileach" : Irish, 
wise, j^riulcnt), derive their sirname from Ceileachar, son of Donchuan, 
brother of Brian Boroimhe [Boru] , the 175th Monarch of Ireland, who 
(see p. 103 of the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees,") is No. 105 
on the "O'Brien" (Kings of Thomond) pedigree. In the twelfth, and 
even so late as the sixteenth century, the O'Kellchers were possessed of 
lands in Munster ; but the pedigree of the family is, we fear, lost. " Donogh 
O'Kelleher," successor of St. Kierau of Saiger, /.f. Bishop of Ossory, died, 

A.D. 1048. The late Eev. Kelleher, P.P. of Grlanworth, county 

Cork, represented the senior branch of this Sept. A younger branch 
of the family is represented by Alderman Keller, of Cork. 



* Arthur Oge: hi pp. 2C4-265 of our "Irish Pedigrees," above mentioned, the 
lineage is given from this Arthur Oge down to (No. 129) Sir Moroch Cavanagh, of Clon- 
mellon, co. Carlow, living in the Commonwealth period. The descendants of this branch 
of the " Kavanagh" family, having been deprived of their Estates by the Cromwellian 
Settlement, emigrated to France in 1691, after the violation of the Treaty of Lunerick. 

+ Dermod Lamh-dearg : This Dermod was the father of Dermod Kavanagh of 
St. Malins, the father of Arthur Buidhe [Boy] of St. Malins and Paulmonty, co. Carlow, 
temj). King Henry VIII. From that Arthur Buidhe the Kavanaghs of Borris, co. 
Carlow, are descended. 



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86.— THE "KELLY" (OF WICKLOW) FAMILY, 

CMefi of Hy-Maile. 

AccoEDiNG to MacFirbis,* Main Ma], a younger Lrotlier of Catbair Mor, 
Monarcb of Ireland in tbe second century, and wbo is No. 89 on tbe 
" O'Connor " (Faley) pedigree, was tbe ancestor of 0' Ceallaigh, of 
Cualan." 



89. Main Mai: son of Felim 
Fiorurglas ; a quo Hy-Maile of tbe 
Glen of " Imaile," in tbe county 
Wicklow. 

90. Tuathal Tigbeacb : bis eldest 
son. 

91. Fergus Forcraidb : bis son. 

92. Aengus Ailce : bis son. 

93. Etersceol : bis son. 

94. Cartbann Muadb : bis son. 

95. Seanacb Diodbacb : his son. 

96. Aodb Dubhcean : bis son. 

97. Konan Cruaic : bis son ; by 
some authorities reckoned as King 
of Leinster. 

98. Diocolla Dana : his son. 

99. Gertighe : his son ; living 
A.D. 702. 

100. Ceallach Cualain (" ceal- 
lacb : Irish, strife) : bis son ; a 
quo O'Ceallaigh, of Cualan. Had 
a brother namad Fiannamhail, wbo 
was Abbot of Clonard. 

101. Etersceol : son of Ceallach 
Cualan ; slain, 721 . Had seven 
brothers and two sisters : tbe bro- 
thers were — 1. Crimthau (slain, 
721), King of Leinster, who had 
Tuathal, wbo bad Fiacra ; 2. 
Comgan of Turrieff, North Britain 
(October 13) ; 3. Cobtbach (d. 730) ; 
4. Coincean (d. 739); 5. Aedh 
(slain, 717) ; 6. Fiacra, and 7. 



Fiannamhail — both slain a.d. 707, 
at Selgge, in Fertbuath Laigben. 
The sisters were — 1. Muirean, who 
was wife of Irgalacb, son of Conaing, 
and had Ceneth, tbe 158tb Monarch 
of Ireland ; 2. Caintegbern, wbo 
was wife of Feredach (of tbe Dal 
Fiatach of Ulster), and had Faelan 
(January 9) of Cluan Mescna, 
and Stratbfellan, N. B. (see Acta 
Sanctorum, pp. 49-50, and Mac- 
Firbis, p. 221). 

102. Ceallach : son of Etersceol. 
Had two sons — 1. Oilill, slain, 739 ; 
2. Cathal, also slain, 739. 

103. Cathal : younger son of 
•Ceallach. 

104. Madudban : bis son. 

105. Dubhdatuagh : bis son. 

106. Flann : his sou. 

107. Riagballacb : his son. 

108. Madudban : his son. 

109. Clocbar : his son ; died, 
A.D. 915. 

110. Tuathal : his son. Had 
two sons — 1. Ambailgadh, 2. Aedb. 

111. Ambailgadh: eldest son of 
Tuathal. 

112. Cathal O'Ceallaigh, Prince 
of Ui- Cualain : bis son ; slain with 
his wife, a.d. 1034. This Cathal 
bad a younger brother Giolla- 
caemgin, who was slain a.d. 1057. 



* MacFirhis : According to other Authorities, Ceathramhadh, a brother of 
Cormac Gealtach, who is No. 87 on the " O'Connor " (Faley) pedigree, was the 
ancestor of " Kelly " of Cualan ; and the genealogy was, as follows : 



87. Ceathramhadh : son of Niadh Corb. 

88. Ceallach Cualain ("ceallach": 
Irish, strife) : his son ; a quo O'Ceallaigh, 
of Cualan. 

89. P]dirsceal : his son. 

90. Ceallach : his son. 

91. Cathal : his son. 

92. Mothudan : his son. 



93. Dubhdatuagh : his son. 

94. Flann : his son. 

95. Raghilleach : his son. 

96. Madudhan : his son. 

97. Clochar : his son. 

98. Tuathal : his son. 

99. Arahailgadh : his son. 

100. Cathal O'Ceallaigh : his sou. 



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87.— THE "KILROY" FAMILY, 

Chiefs in the Barony of Clonderlaii; Cmmty Clare. 

When the county Clare, like the other parts of Ireland, was devastated 
under the Commonwealth Grovernment of Ireland, to make room for the 
Cromwellian Settlement, the old Irish families who were dispossessed 
and who escaped transportation as " slaves " to the Sugar Plantations 
of America, had to seek homes and refuges wherever they could, for 
themselves and their families. It was at that unhappy juncture in the 
history of Ireland, in the year 1653, that, according to tradition, a son 
of the last Chief of this family, settled in Keenagh — one of the mountain 
fastnesses in the proximity of Mount Nephin, in the barony of Tyrawley, 
and county of Mayo ; from whom the following branch of that ancient 
family is descended ; 



1. ( ) A son of Eiocard ; had 
three sons: 1. Michael, 2. Peter, 
8. Mark : 

1. Michael, married and had : 
1. Patrick ; 2. Mary, who m. 
and had a family. 

I. This Patrick married and 
had : 1. Peter, 2. Edward. 
I. This Peter, m. and had: 
1. Thomas; 2. Patrick — 
both these sons living in 
Keenagh, in August, 1871. 

II. Edward : the second son 
of Patrick, son of Michael, 
had a son named Peter — 
also living in Keenagh, in 
August, 1871. 

II. Peter, the second son of 
No. 1 ; m. and had Bridget, who 
m. and had a family. 

III. Mark, the third son of No. 1, 
of whom presently. 

2. Mark : the third son of No. 1 ; 
m. and had : 1. Peter; 2. Bridget. 

I. This Peter, of whom presently. 

I. Bridget, m. Gill, of Glen- 

hest, also in the vicinity of 

Glen Nephin, and had : 

I. Denis Gill (living in 1871), 

who m. Anne Hagerty (also 

livinginl871),andhad issue. 

3. Peter : son of Mark ; m. Mary 
Geraghtj', of Kinnaird, in the parish 
of Crossmoliua, and had surviving 
issue four daughters: 1. Norah ; 
2. Mary ; 8. Bridget ; 4. Margaret : 



I. This Norah, of whom presently. 

II. Mary, who married Michael 
Geraghty (or Garrett), of Kin- 
naird, above mentioned, and 
had : 1 . Michael, who m., and 
emigrated to America in 1847. 
2. Patrick, of Kinnaird, who 
m. Mary Sheridan, and had 
issue ; this Patrick and his 
family emigrated to America, 
in the Spring of 1883. S.John, 
who emigrated to America with' 
his brother Michael, in 1847. 

4. A daughter, who d. unm. 

5. Mary, who m. Michael Gil- 
boy, and had issue. 

III. Bridget, who was the second 
wife of Patrick Walsli of 
Cloonagh, in the parish of 
Moy go wnagh, in the said barony 
of Tyrawley, and had : 1 . Mar- 
garet, who m. Thomas Fuery, 
and with him emigrated to 
America. 2. Walter, who also 
emigrated to the New World. 

IV. Margaret, who m. Thomas 
Regan, of Moygownagb, above 
mentioned, and had two chil- 
dren — 1. Mary, 2. Patrick: 
1. This Mary (d. 1881), m. 
John (living in 1883), eldest 
son of Martin Hart, of Glen- 
hest, and had issue. 2. Patrick, 
who d. young. 

4. Norah Kilroy: eldest daughter 
of Peter; m. John O'Hart, and 



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(See No. 124 on the " O'Hart " 
genealogj, p. 194 of tlie Third 
Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") 
had : 

I. Michael ; II. Michael : both 
of whom d. in infancy, 

III. Rev. Anthony, a Catholic 
Priest, of the diocese of 
Killala, who d. 7th Mar. 1830. 

IV. Mary, who d. unm. in 1831. 

V. Anne (d. 1841), who m. James 
Fox (d. 1881), of Crossmolina, 
and had : 1. Mary, (living in 
1882), who m. J. Sexton, of 
Rockfort, Illinois, U.S.A., and 
had issue ; 2. Anne, who d. 
unm. 

VI. Bridget (Hving in 1881), who 
m. John Keane, of Cloonglasna, 
near Ball in a, Mayo, and had 
issue — now (1883) in America. 

VII. Patrick (d. in America, 



1849), who married Bridget 
Mannion (d. 1849), and had 
two children, who d.in infancy. 

VIII. Catherine (d. in Liverpool, 
1852), who m. John Divers, 
and had: 1. Patrick, 2. John. 

IX. John, of whom presently. 

X. Martin, who d. in infancy. 

5. John O'Hart (living in 1883), 
of Ringsend, Dublin : son of said 
Norah Kilroy ; who (see No. 125 on 
the "O'Hart" pedigree) m. Eliza 
Burnet (living in 1883), on the 
25th May, 1845, and had : 1. 
Fanny ; 2. Patrick ; 8. Mary ; 
4. Margaret; 5. Eliza; 6. Nanny; 

7. John-Anthony (d. in infancy) ; 

8. Louisa ; 9. Hannah ; 10. Francis- 
Joseph, who d. in infancy. 

6. Patrick Andrew O'Hart, of 
Dublin : son of John ; living in 
1883. 



A Branch of 
}.— THE " KIKWAN" FAMILY, (No. 1), 

Of Gahvay. 



Andrew Kirovane, of Gal way, gent., 
had : 

2. Peter, who had : 

3. Robert (his fourth son), of 
Galway, gent., who d. 23 December, 
1636. He married Maria, dau. of 
Nicholas Martin,* of Galway, gent., 
and had three sons and three 
daughters : 



I. Nicholas. 

II. John. 

III. Robuck. 

I. Joan. 

II. Agnes. 

III. Margaret. 

4. Nicholas Kirwan : 
Robert. 



son of 



* Martin : The study of the origin of Family Arms has often interested us. 
Richard Martin (of Ballinahinch, in Connemara), M.P. for the county of Galway, the 
author of the Act of Pai-liament for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, popularly 
known as "Martin's Act"; and his son Thomas Martin, M.P. for said county, used to 
state that the origin of the Arms borne by their family, was as follows : 

In days when the various Irish septs, if they had no common enemy to oppose, 
were ever engaged in fighting among themselves, the Martins and the O'Flaherties 
were thus amusing themselves. The O'Flaherties advanced against the Martins in 
such force, that the utter extirpation of the latter family must have necessarily 
followed upon their defeat. The fateful encounter of the opposing parties took place 
on a Good Friday, and after a fearful struggle the Martins proved victorious, and were 
enabled to retui'n home safely for the celebration of Easter. In grateful com- 
memoration of this signal deliverance from " ye bloodie O'Flaherties," they (the 
Martins) adopted thenceforward for the family Arms a Calvary Cross, etc. ; with the 
Motto : Auxilium meum a Domino, 



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Another Branch of 

89.— THE "KIR WAN" FAMILY, (No. 2), 

Of Gahcci)/. 



Thomas Keogh Kiewan, of Galway, 
had : 

2. Thomas Oge, Alderman, who 
had : 

8. Andrew, Alderman, who had : 

4. Patrick, Alderman, who had : 

5. Andrew, of Galway, Alderman, 
who d. 11 January, 1C39. He m. 
Margaret, dan. of Edmund French, 



of Galway, Aid., and had three 
sons and three daughters : 

I. Patrick. 

II. Martin. 

III. William. 
T. Giles. 

II. Mary. 

III. Katheriue. 



90.~THE "KERSHAW" FAMILY, 

Of South Carolina, U.S.A. 

Blake, of the county Galway, Ireland, married Miss Eyre,''' a sister of 
Colonel Eyre, of the British Army, a.d. 1798 ; emigrated to America ; 
settled in Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, America ; and had, with 
three other children : 



2. Frances, who was twice m. : 

first to Ramage; and, secondly, 

to Swallow, of Philadelphia, 

by whom she had two daughters — 
1. Mary, of whom presently ; 2. 
Margaret, who m. Colonel Stisted, 
of the United States Army, and 
had three daughters. 

3. Mary Swallow : the elder 
daughter of Frances by her second 
marriage to Mr. Swallow. Was 
twice m. : first, to Charles Kershaw, 
of Charleston, Carolina, by whom 
she had two sons — 1. Newman, of 
whom presently ; 2. Charles. She 
was secondly mar. to Francis 



Rosalind Swallow, and by him had : 
1. William, b. 1819, d. 1823; 2. 
Thomas, who had a dau., m. to 

Turnbull ; 3. Anne, who was 

twice m., first to James Heyward 
Claibone of Charleston, S. Ca., and 
secondly to E. H. Mathews of 
Mississippi, but by either marriage 
left no issue. 

4. Newman : elder son of Mary 
and Charles Kershaw, of Charleston. 

5. Rev. Henry Kershaw, of Bal- 
timore, living in 1883 : son of 
Newman ; m. Adeline, dau. of 
Bishop Clagget. 



* Eyre : In a work entitled Coleccion de los Viages y- de Cidrimientos (Madrid : 
In los Imprensa Real, y los ano de 1825), Vol. II., p. 19, Doctor O'Callaghan found a 
List of the Crew of the " Piuta," one of the vessels that accompanied the ■'Sancta 
Maria " — the vessel in which Christopher Columbus sailed on the voyage when he 
discovered America. Among other names on that List appears that of " Guillermo 
Ires" (anglicised William Eyre or Eyres), "a native of Galway." This discovery by 
Dr. O'Callaghan would imply that the " Eyre " family, or members of it, were located 
iu the county Galway before the Cromwellian period. 



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91.— THE "KNOLLES" FAMILY, 

Of Oatlands, Kinsale, County Cork. 

This family was originally " Knowles," and is considered as of the family 
of KnoUys, in England. In the Commonwealth period Thomas Knowles, 
of Killeighy and Knockabowlea, in the county Cork, who settled in 
Ireland at that period, married Dorothy, eldest daughter of Giles 
Busteed, Esq., of Mount Long, in said county. From that Thomas Knowles 
the descent was, as follows : 



1. Thomas Knowles, m. Dorothy 
Busteed, and had : 
I. Thomas Knolles, of whom 
presently. 

1. Elizabeth, who m. in 1684, 
Wallis Warren, Esq. 

II. Dorothy, who in 1691 m. 
George Daunt, Esq., of 
Knockatowr, co. Cork. 

III. Eachel, who in 1697 m. 
William Daunt, Esq., of Kil- 
caskan. 

IV. Leah, who m. a Mr. Snow, 
of Kinsale. 

2. Thomas Knolles, of Killeighy: 
son of Thomas ; b. in 1660 ; wag 
twice mar. ; first, to Margaret, dau. 
of Thomas Hungerford, Esq., of 
Inchidony Island, co. Cork, and 
had : 

I. Mary, who in 1702 m. Michael 
Shuler, of Kinsale, merchant. 

II. Anne, who in 1706 m. Henry 
Daunt, Esq., of Knocknamana, 
CO. Cork, 

III. Margaret. 

He was m. secondly, in 1692, 
to Kachael, dau. of Francis Shuler, 
and by her had two sons and three 
daus. For his adherence to King 
William, this Thomas (who d. in 
1707) was attainted by the Irish 
Parliament of King James II. 

3. Thomas, of Killeighy : eldest 
son of Thomas ; b. 1693 ; d. 1756 ; 
m. in 1715 Catherine, dau. of Col. 
Eichard Hungerford, of Inchidony, 
^nd had issue : 



4. Thomas, of Killeighy (b. 1719 ; 
d. 1770) : eldest son of Thomas, 
m. in 1740 Joanna, dau. of Eobert 
O'Callaghan, Esq., of Clonmeen, 
CO. Cork, and had two sons and 
seven daus. 

5. Thomas of Killeighy, who d. 
in 1807 : eldest son of Thomas ; 
m. in 1781 Miss Sarah Meade, and 
had issue. 

6. Thomas, of Killeighy and 
Oatlands, who was b. in 1784, and 
d. in 1840 : eldest son of Thomas ; 
m. in 1807 Frances- Susanna, dau. 
of Thomas Walton, Esq., of Walton 
Court, CO. Cork (and co-heir with 
her sister Anne, second wife of Sir 
Thomas Eoberts of Britfieldstown, 
Bart.), and had : 

I. Thomas Walton, of whom 
presently. 

II. Eichard- Walton, who m. 
Miss Warren. 

III. Eobert- William, who emi- 
grated to Australia in 1836. 

IV. Francis-Charles, Lieutenant 
North Cork Eifles. 

I. Elizabeth, who 
Nettles, Esq., of 
CO. Cork. 

II. Anne. 

III. Sarah-Frances. 

7. Thomas-Walton 
Oatlands, co. Cork, 
son of Thomas ; b 
living in 1883. 



m. Eobert 

Nettleville, 



Knolles, of 

J.P. : eldest 

1809 ; and 



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02.— THE "LANCASTER"- FAMILY. 

Two bears gules. On a Canton of the second, a lion passant 



Aruis : Ar, 
guardant Or. 

1. Eldred, second Baron of Ken- 
dul, mar. Adigitba. 

2. Ketel, third Baron of Kendal : 
his son ; granted Morland to St. 
Mary's ; in. Christiana, and had : 

I. Gilbert, of whom presently. 

II. William. 
in. Alan. 

IV. Orme, Lord of Seaton, who 
m. Gunilda, dau. of Cospatrick 
(see No. 110 on the " Curwen" 
pedigree), 

3. Gilbert, fourth Baron of 
Kendal : son of Ketel ; m. Beatrix, 
dau. of Ribald of Middleham, 
brother of Alan, Earl of East 
Anglia, and had : 

4. William Tailbois, who assumed 
the name of Lancaster (1), Baron of 
Kendal (temp. Henry 11. , 1180), 
who m. Gundred, dau. of William, 
Earl Warrene, and had : 

5. William de Lancaster, sixth 
Baron of Kendal (temp. Henry III., 
1178-1218; buried in Furness 
Abbey), who m. Jielewisa de StutevUi, 
and had : 

6. Helewise, sole heiress, who m. 
Gilbert Fitz- Roger Fitz Rein/rid 
(1195), who assumed the name 
de Lanca>iter, and had : 

I. William de Lancaster (d. 1291, 
19 Edw. I.), last Baron of 
Kendal, who m. Agnes de Brus, 
and had two daughters : 1. 
Alice, who m. Wde. Lindsay ; 
2. Helewise, who m. Peter de 



Brus. This William granted 
Barton and Patterdale, in 
Westmorelandshire, England, 
to his half-brother : 
II. Roger de Lancaster. 

7. Roger de Lancaster of Barton 
and Patterdale, called "fratre meo" 
in William de Lancaster's charter : 
second son of Gilbert ; m. Phillipa, 
dau. and co-heir of Hugh de 
Bolebeck, and had : 

I. John, who m. A mora, temjK 
Edw. L (1294). 

II. William, whom, and had issue. 

III. Christopher of Barton and 
Patterdale, of whom presently. 

I. Joan, who m. Thomas Carle- 
ton, of Carlton Hall, temp. 
19 Edw. n. 

8. Christopher of Barton and 
Patterdale : third son of Roger ; 
m. Joan, dau. of Sir Hugh Lowther^ 
and had : 

9. Gilbert de Lancaster (temp. 
12 Edw. II., 1319), who married 
Elizabeth, and had : 

10. William Lancaster, of Sock- 
bridge and Barton, who married 
Margaret, daughter of Thomas 
Warcup of Smerdale, and had two 
sons : 

I. Thomas de Lancaster of Sock- 
bridge and Barton, of whom 
presently. 

11. William, m. Elizabeth dau. 
of Sir Hugh Lowther, temp. 
Henry VI. 



* Lancaster: This Pedigree is from "The Cixrvven's of Workington Hall," by 
Jackson, F.S.A. See also " Transact. Cnmb. and Westmoreland Antiq. and Archselog. 
Society." This and the Pedigrees of "Lowther" (down to the Earls of Londsdale), 
"Cleburne," "Curwen," and other families connected with tlie Curwens by 
marriage, have been critically compared with the early Records : " Symeon of 
Dui'ham," Freeman's "Norman Conquest," Dugdale, Hinde, Burke (Somerset 
Herald, 1787), Atkinson, Le Neve, Dale (Richmond Herald), and others. — See the 
"Curwen," and "Cleburne," genealogies next after "Wybrants," in this Volume. 
But the ancient pedigree of " Lowther" there given is taken from the MSS, of George 
Hanson, of Chestertown. 



PEDIGREES. 



97 



11. Thomas de Lancaster of 
Sockbridge and Barton : son of 
William ; m. Christiana, dau. of 
Sir Hugh Salkeld of Rosegill, and 
had six sons : 

I. Sir William de Lancaster 
(14 Henry VI.) m. Margaret, 
dan. of Sir Thos. Strickland, 
and had Mabel, who m. Sir 
Hugh Lowther of Lowther 
Hall. 

II. Hugh, of whom presently. 

III. Robert, a burgess for Car- 
lisle (Hen. V.) 

IV. James. 

V. Gilbert. 

VI. Edward. 

12. Hugh, of Barton : second 
son of Thomas ; married dau. of 
Betsham of Betsham, and had : 

13. Christopher, whom. Eleanor, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Musgrave of 
Musgrave, and Eden Hall, and had : 

I. Thomas, who married Miss 
Claybourne. 

II. William, of whom presently. 



HI. Edward. 

IV. Stephen. 

V. Nicholas. 

I. Margaret. 

II. Isabel. 

III. Jane. 

IV. Elizabeth. 

14. William Lancaster of Sock- 
bridge : son of Christopher ; m. 
Elizabeth Lowther of Lowther 
Hall, in Westmorelandshire, and 
had : 

15. Launcelot, of Sockbridge and 
Barton, who mar. Anne Harrington 
of " Eubarry Hall," and had : 

I. Edward, of whom presently. 

II. Eleanor, who mar. Richard 
Cleburne, of Cleburne Hall. 

III. Anne, who married John 
Wharton. 

IV. Jane (a.d. 1585), who m. 
Thomas Dykes, of Dykesfield. 

16. Edward Lancaster, of Sock- 
bridge and Barton : son of Laun- 
celot ; mar. Margaret Middleton. 



93.— THE "LODGE" FAMILY, 

Of Clonfada, County Limerick. 



Thomas Lodge, Miles, Major, 
London, had : 

2. William, of Castlebank, co. 
Limerick, Arm., who had: 



8. Thomas, of Clonfada, co. 
Limerick, who d. 13 Mar., 1687. 
He m. Alice, dau. of Wood- 
ward, of Derough. 



94.— THE "LOFTUS" FAMILY. 



Adam Loftus, Archbishop, m. Jana, 
dau. of T. Purdon, and had : 

2. Dudley Loftus, Miles, who m. 
Anne, dau. of Henry Bagnell, of 
Newry, Miles, and had : 



8. Adam Loftus, Miles, who m. 
Jane, dau. of Walter Vaughau, 
Esq., of Goldengrove, and had : 

4. Letitia, and other children. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



95.— THE "LOSSE" FAMILY, 
Of Dublin. 



Sir Hugh Losse, of Canons, in 
Middlesex, England, Knt., had: 

2. Ambrose, of Dublin, his heir, 
who m. Mary (d. at St. Katherine's 
3 Feb., 1638), dau, of John Beard, 
of Gravesend, and had three sons 
and three daughters : 

I. Hugh, of whom presently. 



II. Thomas. 

III. Robert, 

The daughters were : 

I. Withypoll. 

II. Ursula. 

III. EHza. 

3. Hugh Losse : eldest sou of 
Ambrose ; was married. 



96.— THE "LOWTHEE" FAMILY. 

Arms: Or, six amulets, three, two, and one, sa. Crest: A dragon passant, ar. 
Motto: "Magistratus indicat virum." 

Sir Hugh Lowther, who died in 1511, married Anne Threlkeld, and had: 



2. Sir John, of Lowther Hall, in 
the CO. Westmoreland, England, 
(1 551), who m. Lucy, dau. of Thomas 
Curwen (1522), who is No. 122 on 
the " Curwen " pedigree, and had : 

3. Sir Hugh, of Lowther, who 
m. Dorothy, dau. of Henry, Lord 
Clifford, and had : 

I. Sir Eichard, of whom pre- 
sently. 

II. Gerard (d. 1597), who m. 
Lucy, the widow of Albany 
Fetherston (d. 1596). 

4. Sir Eichard (b. 1530; d. 1607) : 
sou of Sir Hugh ; m. Frances 
Middletou, and had : 

I. Sir Christopher, of whom 
presently. 

IL Sir Gerard* (b. 1561 ; d. s.p. 
1624), Chief Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas in 
Ireland, who was the sacond 
husband of Grace Bellingham. 
This Sir Gerard's second wife 
was Ann Buhner, and his third 
wife was Anne, dau. of Sir 



Laurence Parsons, an ancestor 
of the present Earls of Eosse 
(see the " Parsons " pedigree). 
To the said Anne Lowther's 
nephew, namely, Lowther 
Parsons, the said Sir Gerard 
Lowther bequeathed his Manor 
of St. John's, CO. Wexford. 

III. Sir Launcelot, of the county 
Kildare, one of the Barons of 
the Exchequer in Ireland. 

IV. William, of lugleton, in 
Yorkshire, England, from 
whom the Lowthers of Skrine 
Abbey, in the county Meath, 
Ireland, are descended. 

V. Captain Hugh mar. 

widow of Boroughs, who d, 
1628. 

I. Frances Lowther (b. 1578), 
who m. 10 Mar., 1594, Thomas 
CHborn (b. 1580), who is No. 13 
on the "Cleburne" pedigree 
(of St. John's Manor, county 
Wexford). 

5. Sir Christopher, who m. Lienor 



* Gerard : According to Burke's Peerage, and Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees, the 
first wife of Sir Gerard Lowther. Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland, was 
Anne Welbury, widow (dau. and co-heir of Sir Ralph Buhner) ; the second wife, Anne 
Parsons ; and the third wife, Margaret, dau. of Sir John King. But this Sir Gerard 
is perhaps by them mistaken for the Sir Gerard (d. 1060), who was also a Judge in 
Ireland, and who was a natural son of Sir Christopher, who is No. 14 on the " Lowther" 
pedigree, mentioned at foot of this Genealogy. 



PEDIGEEES. 



99 



Musgrave (d. 1603), and, with 
other children, had : (Sir Gerard 
Lowther, a Judge in Ireland, a 
natural son). 

6. Sir John, eldest son and heir 
of Sir Xpher, of Lowther Hall 
(d. 1637), who m. Elenor Fleming, 
of Eydal, and had two sons and 
one daughter : 

I. Sir John, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher. 
I. Agnes. 

7. Sir John Lowther (living in 
1637) : the son of Sir John ; was 
twice mar. : first, to Mary Fletcher, 
of Hutton ; secondly, to Elizabeth 
Hare (living in 1646). By the first 
marriage Sir John (No. 7) had : 

8. John Lowther, of Hackthorpe, 
who was twice m. : first, to Mar- 
garet Withins, by whom he had 

See another ancient pedigree of " 
in this Volume. 



issue ; secondly, to Elizabeth Bel- 
lingham," by whom he had : 

I. Sir John (b. 1655), of whom 

presently. 
I. Mary, who was twice m. : 
first, to John Lowther ; and 
secondly, to George Preston. 

9. Sir- John Lowther (b. 1655) : 
sou of John Lowther, of Hack- 
thorpe, by the second marriage ; 
the first Lord Lonsdale (1696) ; m. 
Catherine Thynue, and had : 

I. Eichard Lowther (b. 1692), of 
whom presently. 

II. Henry Lowther, the third 
Viscount Lonsdale, who d. 
1750. 

I. Mary. 

10. Richard Lowther (b. 1692), 
the second Viscount Lonsdale, who 
d. in 1713. 

Lowther," infra, after *' Wybrants," 



97.— THE "LOWTHER" FAMILY, 

Earls of Lonsdale, the latest Peerage. 

For the pedigree of this branch of the "Lowther" family, and of the 
"Lowther" of Swillington (in Yorkshire) pedigree, see Burke's or 
Foster's Peerage. 



98.— -THE "LOWTHER" FAMILY, 

Of SLryne, Cowitij Meath. 



George Lowther, of Skryne, m. 
Margaret, fifth dau. of Henry Peirs, 
of Tristernah, in the county West- 
meath. Arm. (who d. 16 Dec, 1623) 
by his wife J ana Jones, and had 
two sons and three daughters : 



I. Lancelot (s.p.) who was mar- 
ried. 

II. Edward, of whom presently. 
The daughters were : 

I. Jana,t who m. Edward Bran- 
gan, of Balrothery. 



* BeJUnr/ham : From this ancient family of Helsington and Levins, in England, 
are (see the " Bellingham " pedigree) descended the Bellinghams of Castlebellingham, 
in the co. Louth, Ireland ; and the Bellinghams of Massachusetts, United States, 
Amei'ica. 

+ Ja7ia : This Jana Lowther's children were, six sons and three daughters : 
1. Martin Brangan, 2. George, 3. Francis, 4. Edward, 5. William, s.p.; 6. Terence, s.p. ; 
The daughters were : 1. Jana Brangan, 2. Francisca, 3. Ellena. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



II. Elleaiior, 

III. Anne, s.p. 

2. Edward : son ^of George ; m. 
Maria, dau. of Patrick Cusack, of 
Gerandstown, co. Meatli, and had 
four sons and three daugliters. 

I. George, of whom presently. 

II. Laurence. 



III. William. 

IV. Christopher. 
The daughters were : 

I. Grana. 

II. Maria. 

III. Katherine. 

3. George Lowther, of Skryne : 
son of Edward ; was married. 



99. 



-THE "LYNCH" FAMILY, 
Of Thomond. 



AoNGus, a brother of Eochaidh Ball-dearg who (see the Third Edition of 
our "Irish Pedigrees") is No. 94 on the " O'Brien" (Princes of Thomond) 
pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family. The family derives 
its name fromLongseach("longseach": Irish, a mariner^, a descendant of 
that Aongus ; and were after him called O'Loiugsigh, or, anglice, 0' Lynch, 
and Lynch. They were lords of Owny-Tir, a territory on the border of 
the county Tipperary ; and are mentioned by O'Heerin as follows : 

"The O'Lynches, estated chiefs, 
Inhabit the wood in front of the Foreignei's. " 

It would appear that the "O'Lynches' Country" was that portion of 
territory lying around Castleconnell, in the barony of Owny and Ara, 
with portion of the lands comprised in the county of the city of Limerick. 
The "Foreigners" here alluded to were the English. 



100.— THE "LYNCH" FAMILY, 
Of Galway. 



Nicholas Lynch, of Galway, Esq., 
had : 

2. Stephen, who was Recorder of 
Galway, and who d. 26 Nov., 1636. 
He m. Katherine, dau. of Robert 
Blake, of Galway, and had two 
sons and five daughters : 

I. Nicholas. 

II. Thomas. 



The daughters were : 

I. Anastace. 

II. Katherine. 
HI. Mary. 

IV. Julian. 

V. Joan. 

3. Nicholas Lynch 
Stephen. 



son of 



101.— THE " MacANASPIE " FAMILY. 

This sirname is derived from Giolla-Easbuig (•' giolla " : Irish, the 
devoted of) " easbog," gen. " easbuig," a bishop " ; Lat. " episcop-us "), 
who (see p. 360 of the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") is 
No. 102 on the " O'Hagan" (Lords of Tullaghoge) genealogy ; as are also 
the sirnames: McGillanespick, McAnespick, McAnespie, McAnaf^pie, Gillaspy, 
Gillaspie, Gillespy., Gillespie, Gillesbie, etc. We are, however, unable to 
give the pedigree of the family. 



Pedigrees. 



101 



102.— THE " MacANY " FAMILY, 

Of Carragh, Queen'' s County. 



John Mac Any, of Carragh, Queen's 
County, gent., had : 

2. William, of Ballyneskeagh, 
CO. Meath, Esq., who d. 21 March, 
1636. He m., first, Mary dau. of 
Francis Agard and widow of Henry 
Moore, elder brother of Gerald, 
Viscount Drogheda (d. 1627), and 
had : 

I. Francis, of whom presently. 

I. Katherine, who m. Charles, 
son of Richard Perkins, of 
Athboy, Esq. 

n. Alice, who m. Arthur Pollard, 
of Devonshire. 

William was secondly m. to 



Katherine, daughter of Christopher 
Darcy of Flatten (by his wife 

Margaret, dau. of Carew, of 

Totnes, in Devonshire). The said 
William had by his wife : 

II. Richard. 
in. Wilham. 

III. Bridget. 

IV. Anne, who m. James Kerdiffe, 
of Kilremanah, co. Dublin, 
gent. 

V. Eliza, who m. George Gold- 
smith, of Kilcock, gent. 

3. Francis : eldest son of William ; 
m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Hussey 
of Mulhussy, co. Meath, Arm. 



108 —THE " MacCOGHLAN " FAMILY. 

"MacCoghlan now deserts his liine-white towers." 

Roman Vision. 

According to some genealogists, the MacCoghlans derive their descent 
and sirname from Coghlan, son of Flatile, of the race of Cormac Gas; 
as WQ are informed by O'Clery in his dedication of the Reim-Rioiihraidhe 
(or succession of Irish Kings) to Torlogh MacCoghlan, Chief of his 
name, in the second quarter of the seventeenth century. — See " Coghlan," 
at p. 79 of the Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees," which is taken 
from the Linea Antiqua. 



92. Dealbha, 9th son of Cas. 

93. Aindealaig : his son. 

94. Sithe : his son. 

95. Blad : his son. 

96. Comghal Breac : his sou. 

97. Braccan : his son. 

98. Saraan : his son. 

99. Comghal : his son. 

100. Clochcon : his son. 

101. Dougosa : his son. 

102. Caindighe : his sou. 

103. Coghlan : his son. 

104. Mulvihill: his son. 

105. Coghlan : his son. 

106. Fionn : his son. 

107. Uathamaran : his son. 

108. Faghartagh: his son. 

109. Anbith, his son. 

110. Gormagan ; his son. 



111. Flatile : his son. 

112. Coghlan: his son. 

113. Murtogh : his son. 

114. Longsidh : his son. 

115. Hugh : his son. 

116. Connor: his son. 

117. Awly : his son. 

118. Melaghlin : his son. 

119. Awly : his son. 

120. Melaghlin : his son. 

121. Fergus : his son. 

122. Donagh : his son. 

123. Torlogh : his sou. 

124. Felim : his son. 

125. James : his son, 

126. James (2) : his son. 

127. James (3) : liis son. 

128. James (4) : his son. 

129. Torlogh : his son. 



l02 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISri 

In 1408, Cormac MacCoglilan, sou of Eogliau, sou of the Bishop, an 
official, of Clonmacuoise died; and in 1533, Cormac MacCoghlan, lord 
of Delviu {i.e. of Clan Conor), and Cahir MacCoghlan, died in 1585, John, 
son of Art, son of Cormac, Lord of Delvin, attended Perrott's Parlia- 
ment ; he died in 1590, and was succeeded by his son, John Oge. This 
John Oge, who is the last chief of the sept mentioned by the Four 
Masters entered into an alliance, offensive and defensive, with Hugh O'Neill, 
Prince of Ulster, in 1598. His son Torlogh was lord of Delvin, in 1620. 
In 1622, Mathew de Kenzie* obtained a grant of 1,000 acres of the for- 
feited estates of the MacCoghlan, on the condition that he should not 
take the name or title of O'Rourke, O'Mulloy, Fox, MacCoghlan, or 
O'Doyne, " nor receive, nor pay any Irish rent, taxes, or services, nor 
divide his land according to the Irish custom of gavelkind." Sir Arthur 
Blundell, had also a grant of a large portion of the MacCoghlan estates ; 
and several burgesses of Banagher obtained districts or cautreds. 

The Eev. Charles MacCoghlan, vicar-general of Leighlin, John 
MacCoghlan, of Garrycastle, Terence MacCoghlan, of same place, and 
Teige MacCoghlan, of Kilcolgan Castle, were the representatives of the 
borough of Banagher in James's Parliament, 

In 1790, Thomas MacCoghlan, the last independent representative 
of this once illustrious family died, leaving no legitimate male represen- 
tative to inherit his name. None of his descendants were suffered by 
the " Ma"f [Jfcuc] to use the prefix Jfac, or to claim any relationship 
with himself. His great estates passed at his decease to the Eight Hon. 
Denis Bowes Daly, who likewise had no children, and who shortly before 
his death, in 1821, sold the MacCoghlan Estates to divers persons ; the 
chief purchaser being Thomas Bernard, Esq., M.P. The last MacCoghlan 
represented the King's County in several Parliaments. 

Arms: Gules three lions passant combatant argent. Crest: A fret or. 



104.— THE "MacCUOLAHAN"! FAMILY, 

Of Banagher. 

In p. 184 of " Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many " is a pedigree of this 
family : 

* De Renzie : Mathew cle Reuzie died on the 29th August, 1634 ; as appears by 
the following epitaph, copied from the tomb of the family, in the Church of Athlone : — 
" This monument was erected by the Right Worshipful Mathew de Renzie, Knight, 
who departed this life, August 29th, 1634, aged 57 years. Born at Cullen, in Germany , 
and descended from the family, and renowned warrior, George Castriot, cdlas Seander- 
berg, who in the Christian wars fought 52 battles, with great conquest and honour, 
against the Turks. He was a great traveller and general linguist, and kept corres- 
pondence with most nations, in many weighty affairs, and in three years gave great 
perfection to this nation, by composing a Grammar, Dictionaiy, and Chronicles in the 
Irish tongue; in Accounts most expert, and exceeding all others in his great applause. 
This work was accomplished by Mathew De Renzie, his son, August 29th., 1635." 

t Ma : This was a title by which The MacCoghlan was then generally known. 

t MacCuoIahan: In p. 183 of the "Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many," the 
Mac Vallachains and 0' Ucdlaclmins are mentioned as of the same family. 



PEDIGREES. 



103 



1. Carroll MacCuolahan, bad : 

2. Donogli Keogh MacCuolahan 
(living in 1602), who had : 

3. Brian, who had : 

4. Hugh, who had : 

5. Hugh (d. 1667), who had: 

6. Hugh (d. 1686), who had : 



7. Daniel, a Lieutenant in the 
service of James II., who had : 

8. Doctor John (d. 1761), who 
became a Protestant, and who had : 

9. Hugh, who had : 

10. Daniel* (d, 1841), who had : 

11. Henry, b. 1817; living in 1843. 



Motto : " Snadh na Sean," 



105.— THE " MacDEKMOTT " FAMILY, 

Of Carig, County Roscommon. 



EoRY Keogh MacDermott had : 

2. Eory, who had : 

3. Teige, who had : 

4. Rory, who had : 

5. Bryan, who had : 

6. Bryan, of Carig, co. Ros- 
common, Esq., who d. 8 Jan, 1636. 
He m. Margaret, dau. of Richard 
Bourke, of Derrymaclaghny, co. 
Galway, Esq., and had : 

I. Tirlogh, of whom x)resently. 

II. Connor, s.p. 



III. Brian. 

IV. Teige. 

7. Tirlogh : the eldest son of 
Bryan ; m. twice : his first wife 
was Margaret, dau. of Feagh Burke 
MacDavy. His second wife was 
Ellenor, dau. of William Molloy, 
of Croghan, co. Eoscommon, Esq. 
But in F. 3. 27 it does not appear 
that by either marriage there was 
any issue. 



106.— THE " MacENIEY " FAMILY, 
Lords of Connello, County Limerick. 

According to the Genealogical Tables compiled by Dr. O'Donovan from 
the Book of Leacan, and O'Cleary's and MacFirbis's Genealogies, this 
ancient family is descended from Sedna the fourth son of Cairbre 
Aedhbha (ancestor of C Donovan), the tenth in descent from Olioll Glum, 
King of Munster, who died a.d. 234. The sirname in Irish is 
Maclneirghe.\ 



* This Daniel Cuolahan, who d. in 1841, m. Frances Antisel, of Arbour Hill, 
CO. Tipperary, and by her had issue — Hugh (d. s.p. in 1828, and Henry, living in 1843. 

fMacInelrghe: This sirname (" eii'ghe :" Irish, a rimng) is distinct from 07t- 
Ainnerraidh ov O'h-Ainnearaigh ('an :" Irish, the definite article ; " ne&v&ch," lucl-y, 
happy), chiefs of Cnilleanntrach, and a quo O'h-Inneirghe, anglicised O'Henery and 
MacHenery ; and has been variously rendered as follows : Maclnneirghe [Innery], 
MacAneiridh, MacAngheire, MacEineiry, MacEneiry, MacEniry (which now obtains 
in the family). MacEnrigh, Maclndereighe, Maclnnerigh, McEndrie, McEnery, 
McEnneiy, and M'Kynery ; and in Frauce, Mannery. From the spelling and 
pronunciation of " Maclneirghe" we are satisfied that it is the sirname from which 
Irwin, Irvine, Irving, MacNair, MacNcir, MacNeary, and A^t'i/r// are derived. It was 
therefore our mistak<2 to derive any of these sirnames from WConaire or MacConaire. 



104 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



The territory of the MacEmrys originally formed part of that of the 
Ui-Cairbre Aedhbha, and at one time extended from the river Maig to 
Abbey Feale on the borders of Kerry. It subsequently comprised that 
portion of the barony of Upper Connello formerly called Corca-Muichet, 
now the parish of Corcomohid, or Castletown MacEniry. 

Up to the period of the Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland, the 
MacEnirys held considerable estates in the county of Limerick, 

There are numerous references to members of this family in the 
Annals of the Four Masters and other authentic records : 

Kennith MacEneiry, King of Conallo, slain in battle, a.d. 1029. 

MacAngheiree, lord of Conaille (Connello), slain at the battle of 
Fermoy, near Thurles, a.d. 1081. 

MacEineiry, erected a castle in Kilmoodan (Castletown MacEniry) 
in 1349. 

William Oge McKynery of Ballyaudley, co. Limerick, an adherent of 
Desmond, slain at Aherb, 7th August, 1585. 

John McEniry of Castletown McEniry, co. Limerick, " chief of his 
nation" ; Gerald McEniry, his cousin and Shane McThomas McEniry, 
of Kilmorie, co. Limerick, his brother-in-law, surrendered the lands 
possessed by them and their ancestors for 200 years in Cork and 
Limerick ; receiving a re-grant thereof from the Crown, a.d. 1607. 

Connor McEnnrey, Petitioner in " Court of Claims" (1666), under a 
decree to his father (a transplanter) at Athlone, in 1656. 

Symon MacEneiry, forfeited (1641) the lands of Castletown, &c., in 
Counelloe, co. Limerick ; and in the same year John McEneery, Donagh 
MacEnery, Mortogh MacEniry, and Andrew MacEniry, Garret and 
Bryan McEnery, and Thomas McWilliam McEniry also forfeited estates ' 
in the same county. 

Antoine Maceuery, Lt.-Colouel of Dillon's regiment, Irish Brigade, 
in the service of France, in 1696. 

Arthur Macenery, Brigadier General in the French army, in 1748-61. 

Dons Malachias and Juan MacEnery, Lieutenants in the regiment of 
Ultonia, in the Spanish service, in 1718. 

The following is the pedigree of a branch of this ancient family : 



1. McEneiry of Castletown, co. 
Limerick. 

2. Thomas : his son ; born circa 
1672 ; will dated 1745. 

3. Philip : his son ; will dated 
1752. Had two sisters, one named 
Bridget ; and two brothers — John 
and Thomas. 

4. Thomas : his sou, died in 
1807; will dated 1807. Had a 
brother John and two sisters, m. ; 
the youngest, Elinor, d. in 1826. 

5. Thomas : his son ; a merchant 
in Dublin; d. 1852; will dated 
1862. Had a brother Francis, who 



d. young ; and two sisters, m. — 
Anne (d. 1812), and Elizabeth 
(d. 1861). 

6. Lieutenant Henry - Francis 
MacEniry : son of Thomas ; d. 1873, 
leaving issue, a son Thomas ; had 
five brothers and five sisters. The 
elder brothers were : 1. Thomas, 
who d. young ; 2. Charles- James, 
who died in 1822. The younger 
brothers were: 1. Major Eobert- 
John, living in 1883 ; 2. George, 
who d. young ; 3. Edmund Paul, 
who died in 1872, leaving issue a 
dau., Mary Marcella, living in 1883. 



PEDIGREES. 



log 



The sisters were: 1. Margaret; 
2. Anne ; 3. Mary, who all died 
young ; 4. Elizabeth-Anne, who 
was married, and who d. in 1878, 
8.p. ; 5. Harriette-Susauna, married, 



d. in 1854, leaving issue, P'rederick 
Thomas Goold, living in 1883. 

7. Thomas Eobert MacEniry : 
son of Henry-Erancis, living in 
1883. 



107.— THE "MacGEATH" FAMILY, 

Of Balli/nagiltij, County Waterford. 



Philip MacGrath, of Ballynagilty, 
CO. Waterford, Chief of the Clan of 
Sleveguor, had : 

2. Donal, who had : 

3. Philip, who had : 

4. John MacGrath, of Ballyna- 
gilty, gent., who died 4 May, 1639. 



He m. Eleanor, dau. of James 
Butler, of Derryloskan, county 
Tipperary, and had one son and 
three daughters : 

I. Philip. 

I. Ellen. II. Anne. III. Margaret. 

5. Philip MacGrath: son of John. 



108.— THE "MacGEATH" FAMILY, 

Chiefs in the County Waterford. ■ 

Craith, brother of Eoger, who is No. 117 on the "O'Sullivan Mor " 
pedigree, was the ancestor of MacCraith ; anglicised and modernized 
MacGrath., HfcGrath, Magrath, MacCrae, Macrae, and Creeth. 



117. Craith (" craith " : Irish, to 
u-eave) : son of Dunlong ; a quo 
MacCraith, implying " the son of 
the weaver." 

118. Donall MacCraith : his son. 

119. Conor : his son. 

120. Owen: his son. 

121. Buadhach : his son. 

122. Dermod : his sou. 

123. Conor (2) : his son. 

124. Owen MacGrath : his son. 



125. Thomas McGrath, of Glena- 
boy, Tallow, co. Waterford : his 
son. Had by his wife five children 
of whom three were sons, namely — 
1. Edward, 2. Daniel, 3. Thomas. 

126. Daniel, of Lismore,''' co. 
Waterford : second son of Thomas ; 
b. 21st January, 1751 ; d. in Mon- 
treal, Canada, in 1860 — at the 
advanced age of 109 years. This 
Daniel married Ellen, dau. of 



* Daniel of Lismore : The marriage of this Daniel with his wife Ellen (b. 1772) 
was the first union of the Clanaboy McGraths with those of Clanabawn. Instances 
of the large stature of many of the ancient Iiish families are recorded. It may be 
mentioned that this family was particularly remarkable in that regai'd ; for, not only 
was this Daniel McGrath a tall, strong, and handsome man, but his wife was a tall, 
handsome and majestic woman ; they certainly were noble specimens of the ancient 
Irish race. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Thomas McGratb,-'^ of Ardagli, near 
Youghal, CO. Cork, and by her had 
four sons and twelve daughters : 
one of the sons died young, the 
others grew up and were married, 
viz.: — Alderman Thomas McGrath, 
of Montreal (who d. in 1864); Denis 
McGrath, of New York, U.S. (who 
d. in 1846); and Daniel, who is 
No. 127 on this Stem. Ellen, a 



dau. of Denis McGrath here men- 
tioned, and niece of Thomas 
Murphy, Esq., of New York, was (in 
1880) the wife of Terence Murtagh 
of that city. 

127. Daniel McGrath, of Lachine, 
Province of Quebec, Canada : son 
of Daniel ; living in 1880, " a 
childless widower." 



109.— THE "MacHALE" FAMILY, 

Of Tubbenmvine, Parish of Addergoole, County of Mayo. 

In " The Life and Times of the Most Eev. John MacHale, Archbishop of 
Tuam" (Dublin : Gill and Son. 1882), the Very Eev. Canon Uhck 
J. Bourke, the worthy Author of that Volume, expresses the opinion that 
the sirname MacHale, as borne by Archbishop MacHale's family, is 
derived from Clanheil, which is of Welsh origin, and a quo the sirnames 
Hoel, Howell, etc. In p. 288 of the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees" 
we derive that family name from another source ; but we may be wrong, 
and hence, in deference to the opinion of Canon Bourke, we take this the 
earliest opportunity of referring to the subject. It is worthy of remark, 
however, that some of the Archbishop's ancestors spelled their name 
MacCail, while his father and grandfather spelled it MacKcal ; and that, 
in the Book of Survey and Distribution for the barony of Tyrawley and 
county of Mayo (Extracts from which see in the Appendix) the Clan 
Keale are entered as proprietors, in 1641, of Cuming and Ballymacramagh, 
in the parish of Adergoole, where the Archbishop's immediate ancestors 
resided. The Call and Keal portion of the name so closely resembling in 
sound the Keale in Clan Keale, is also worthy of notice ; as is the fact 
that it was from Mathew Hale, an eminent Englishman in his day, and 
in no way related to the Archbishop's family, that Doctor MacHale 
assumed the Hale portion of his name, and ceased to write it MacKeal. 

In the same Book of Survey and Distribution, under the parish of 
Leckan, and said barony of Tyrawley, appears the name "Moyler 
MacHele," of Beanindicker, whose landed property was also confiscated 
imder the Cromwellian settlement of Ireland. 

The following is the descent from Seamus (or James) MacCail, one 

* Thomas McGrath : This Thomas was desoeiided from the Ulster M'Graths of 
Clanaboy, who were of the race of Clan CoUa ; and who as late as the 17th and 18th 
centuries were men of influence in the county Waterford. He had by his wife Ellen 

(dau. of Ahern of Shanakill, county Waterford) six children, of whom two were 

sons,' viz. :— 1. Parson Denis M'Grath, near Dundalk ; 2. Thomas McGrath, of 
Kilcalf, county Waterford. The Rev. Denis M'Grath here mentioned married a 
dau. of' General McNeill, and by her had one dau., and two sons— 1. Thomas Magrath, 
who was mar. to a dau. of the late Judge Lefroy, and 2. James Magrath : these two 
sons Avere for many years members of the East India Company, and the latter 
(James) was the owner of a large estate near Livcrpcjol, England, on which he resided 
in lS3tJ. 



PEDIGBEES. 



iol 



of Archbishop Mac Hale's ancestors : 
was or was not descended from the " 
we give it in our " Ieish Pedigrees " 

1. Seamus (or James) MacCail, 
living A,D. 1641, had: 
.2. Searun, who had : 

3. Eicard, who had : 

4. James, who m. Mary MacCah^ 
and had : 

5. Maolmuire (or Myler), who d. 
in 1790. He married Aune Moffett 
(d. 1795), and had : 

6. Patrick MacKeal, of Tubber- 
uavine (or Tobar na Feine\ meaning 
the " Well of the Fenians"), in the 
parish of Adergoole, barony of 
Tyrawley, and county of Mayo, 
who d. in 1837. He was twice m. : 
first, to Mary Mulkieran (who d. in 
1806), by whom he had six sons 
and three daughters ; his second 
wife was Catherine MacCale, by 
whom he had three daughters and 



without saying whether that James 
MacDonnell " (of Mayo) family, as 
; or from the Clanheil : 

two sons. Of the daughters by the 
second marriage, Catherine was m. 
to Thomas Higgins, of Carropadden, 
Solicitor, Tuam, living in 1881. 
(See the "Higgins" Genealogy). 
Patrick MacKeal had a sister named 
Margaret* (who died in 1816), who 
was m. to Patrick Sheridan, joiner 
and farmer, from Lagan. 

7. Thomas : eldest son of the 
said Patrick MacKeal. Had six 
brothers and three sisters, — the 
issue of his father's first marriage : 
1. Martin ; 2. Myler ; 3. Patrick ; 
4. His Grace, the Most Rev. John 
MacHale, Archbishop of Tuam, 
living in 1881 ; 5. Kev. James ; 
6. Edmund. The sisters were : 
1. Anne, 2. Mary, 3. another 
Catherine, who d. young. 



A Branch of 

110.— THE "MacKENNA"! FAMILY, 

Lords of Cruagh (or Truagh), in the Comity Monaglian. 

This family was in Irish called Maclonaigh (" ionach": Irish, a dirk), and 
was descended from Colla-da-Crioch, who (see p. 188 of the Third 

* Margaret : Of the daughters of Mai-garet and Pati'ick Sheridan, Cecilia was m. 
to Ulick Bourke, who (see the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") is No. .34 
on tlie " Bourkes of Lough Conn and Ballina " genealogy. 

+ The MacKenna : The following is a Translation of an Address presented by the 
Lord of Truagh to Hugh Roe (or Red Hugh) O'Donnell, then in his 15th year of age, on 
the occasion of his escape from Dublin Castle (see the Four Masters, under a.d. 1587, 
1590, and 1592), when the said Red Hugh was making his way home to Tirconnell : 

The Truagh Welcome. 

" Shall a son of O'Donnell be cheerless and cold 
While MacKenna's wide hearth has a faggot to spare ? 

While O'Donnell is poor, shall MacKenna have gold ? 
Or be clothed, while a limb of O'Donnell is bare ? 

While sickness and hunger thy sinews assail, 

Shall MacKenna, unmoved, quaff his madder of mead ? 

On the haunch of a deer shall MacKenna regale, 
While a Chief of Tirconnell is fainting for food ? 

No ; enter my dwelling, my feast thou shalt share ; 

On my pillow of rushes thy head shall recline ; 
And bold is the heart and the hand that will dare 

To harm but one hair of a ringlet of thine. 

Then come to my home, 'tis the home of a friend, 

In the green woods of Truagh thou art safe from thy foes : 

Six sons of MacKenna thy steps shall attend, 

And their six sheathless skeans shall protect thy repose.'' 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Edition of our ''Irish Pedigrees") is No. 85 on the "O'Hart" 
genealogy. But, up to going to press with this Work, we have not met 
with the genealogy of the family down to the Chief of Truagh, who, with 
five young sons, was murdered by Cromwell's soldiers, after sacking the 
place and setting it on fire. One of the Chief's sons, who was then a child 
at fosterage up in the mountains, escaped the massacre, and was after- 
wards The MacKenna (commonly called the "Major)," who in March, 
1689, was killed defending the Fort of Drumbanagher, near Glaslough, 
for King James II. ; and who was buried in the family grave in Donogh, 
parish of Donogh, county of Monaghan, and diocese of Clogher. 



1. Owen MacKenna, had : 

2. Michael who lived a long time 
in Philadelphia, United States, 
America, and who had : 

3. Michael, of Dublin (d. 1854), 
who had : 

I. Sir Joseph Neale McKenna, 
of whom presently. 

II. William Columban, living in 
1882. 

4. Sir Joseph Neale McKenna, 

We have the pedigree of another branch of this family almost 
completed ; but not in time for insertion here. 



M.P. for Youghal : son of Michael ; 
b. 1819, and living in 1883. Was 
twice m. : first, in 1842, to Esther 
Louisa (d. 1871), dau. of the late 
Edmond Howe, Esq., of Dublin ; 
secondly, in 1880, to Amelia, dau. 
of G. K. Brooks, Esq., and widow 
of E. W. Hole, Esq. Eesidence 
in Ireland : Ardo House, Ardmore, 
CO. Waterford. 



111.— THE "MacMAHON" FAMILY, 

Of Dromgiston, County Munaghan. 



Ardell MacMahon had ; 

2. Kory, who had : 

3. Edmund, who had 

4. Cormac, who had : 



5. Collo, who had : 

G. Patrick MacMahon, of Drom- 
giston, CO. Monaghan, Esq., who d. 
in 1637. 



(a) 112.— A BEANCH OF THE "MagNAMAEA" FAMILY. 

Conmara, a brother of Aedh Odhar, who (see the Third Edition of our 
"Irish Pedigrees ") is No. 105 on the " MacNamara " (Lords of Bun- 
ratty, pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family. 



105. Conmara ; son of Enna. 

106. Donal : his son. 

107. Conmara: his son. 

108. Niall : his son. 

109. Conmeadha : his son. 

110. Maccou : his son. 

111. Conmeadha : his son. 



112. Maccon : his son. 

113. Sioda Com : his sou. 

114. Flan : his son. 

115. Lochlan : his son. 

116. Flan : his son. 

117. Flan : his son. 

118. Sioda : his son. 



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109 



(h) 113.— ANOTHEE BRANCH OF THE SAME FAMILY. 

Mahon, a brother of John an Ghabhaltuis who is No. 117 on the afore- 
said "MacNamara" pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that 
family. 



.117. Mahon : son of Maccon. 

118. Donal Ballach : his son. 

119. John : his son. 

120. Mahon : his son. 

121. Rory : his son. 

122. Donogh : his son. 

123. Teige : his son. 



124. Teige Oge : his son. 

125. Donogh : his son. 

126. Mahon : his son, 

127. John : his son. 

128. Teige: his son; representa- 
tive of this family, a.d. 1721. 



Arms : A lion rampant ducally crowned, or, in the chief two spear-heads of the 
last. Crest : Out of a ducal coronet, a hand and arm holding a gold-hilted sabre. 



114.— THE "MacSWEENEY" FAMILY, 
Of Castlemore, Moviddy, County Cork. 

TiRLocH, a younger brother of Donoch, who (see p. 297 of the Third 
Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees") is No. 115 on the " MacSweeney " 
(Na Tuaighe or Na Doe) genealogy, was the ancestor of this branch of 
that family : 



115. Tirloch : son of Maolmuire. 

116. Dubhdara : his son. 

117. Eoghan : his son. 

118. Donall : his son. 

119. Eoghan an Locha: his son. 

120. Brian : his son. 

121. Eoghan : his son. 

122. Maolmuire : his son. 

123. Murcadh : his son ; had : 

I. Maolmuire. 

II. Eoghan. 

III. Eileen. 

IV. Murcadh. 

124. Maolmuire : son of Mur- 
cadh ; m. Kathleen O'Mahony, of 
Kilmurry, and had : 

I. Murcadh Beag. 

II. Tirlogh. 

125. Murcadh Beag : son of 
Maolmuire ; born in Castlemore, 
Moviddy, and removed thence to 
Macroom ; m. Mary, dau. of Bryan 
0' Sullivan, of Castlefsland, co. 
Kerry, and had : 

I. Murcadh. 

II. Maolmuire. 



III. Kathleen. 

IV. Eoghan. 

V. Eileen. 

VI. Lear. 

VII. Mary. 

126. Murcadh (Patrick Morgan): 
son of Murcadh Beag; m. Margaret, 
dau. of Daniel O'Donovan (whose 
son Doctor O'Donovan was author 
of " Rome, Ancient and Modern," 
etc.), and had : 

I. Diarmaid. 

II. Grania. 

127. Diarmaid (Jeremiah) of 
Dublin : son of Murcadh ; living in 
1883 ; m. Maria, dau. of Joseph 
O'Longan, of the Royal Irish 
Academy, and has had : 

I. Murcadh. II. Diarmaid (Jere- 
miah Myles). III. Eoghan 
(Eugene). IV. Michael. V. 
Mary — all living in 1883. 

128. Murcadh (or Patrick Mor- 
gan) MacSweeney: son of Diarmaid 
(or Jeremiah), of Dublin ; living in 
1883. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



115.— THE "MacVADDOCK" FAMILY. 

Moroch-na-nGaodhail, brother of Diarmaid-na-uGhall who is No. 114 on 
the " MacMorough " pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that 
family. 



114. Moroch-na-nGaodhail : son 
of Donoch, King of Leinster. 

115. Morogh : his son ; slain, 
a.d. 1193. 

116. Donoch Reamhar : his son. 
Had a brother named Connor. 

117. Murtagh : his son. 

118. Donoch : his son. 

119. Redmond : son of Donoch. 
Had a younger brother Dermot who 
was the father of Maurice, father of 
Donoch'^= Dubh [dhu] . 

120. Sheanach: son of Redmond; 
had a brother Maurice, 

121. Manus : son of Sheanach. 

122. Daibhidh Mor: his son; 
a quo MacDaihlihlh Mor, anglicised 



son., Davis, Davison^ Dau's, Dawson, 
Davij, and Davys. Had a brother 
Richard. The descent from this 
Daibhidh (or David) Mor MacMor- 
ough is carried down four genera- 
tions more on the "Davidson" 
genealogy, in the Third Edition of 
our " Irish Pedigrees," namely 
down to Patrick MacDavidf Mor. 

123. Bhadhach (" badhach " : 
Irish, loving, famous) MacMorough : 
son of Richard ; a quo AfacVaddock, 
in Irish MacBhadhaigh. In English 
this Bhadach's name was written 
" Bhaday." The patrimony of this 
family was about Gorey, county 
Wexford. 



AlacDavid-Mor, MacDamore, David- 

Of this Sept was Teige Mac Vaddocli, who was living tenrp. King 
Henry VIII. ; and whose son Donal McVaddock and Teige obtained a 
pardon on 20th Nov. 6 Edward VI., a.d. 1552. Thomas MacVaddock 
who was chief of the Sept, a.d. 1641, married Grany, dau. of Dowling 
Kavanagh of the co. Carlow. The name " MacVaddock " has been 
latterly corrupted into Wadeck. 



116.— THE "MADDEN" FAMILY, 

Of Longford, Countg Galway. 



Cahall O'Madden, of Longford, 
alias Derrylewny, in the co. Galway, 
Prince of his Tribe, had : 

2. Donogh, who had : 

3. Farragh, who had : 

4. Brazill, who had : 

5. Daniel, who had : 

6. John, of Longford, co. Galway, 
gent. ; who d. 5. Feb., 1089, and 
was bur. in Kiluemoholg. He m. 
Fenola, dau. of Connor O'Horan, 



of Faha, co. Galway, Prince of his 
Tribe, and had two sons and one 
daughter. 

I. Daniel. 

II. Melaghlin. 

I. Anabella, who m. Daniel 

O'Madden, of Boluske, Galway, 

gent. 

7. Daniel O'Madden : son of 

John ; m. Evelyn, dau. of Kyras 

Tully, of Gorbally, co. Galway, Esq. 



* Donoch : Some members of the " O'Mnrpliy " family ai-e of opinion that this 
Donoch Dubh MacMorough was the ancestor of their family; but (see the " Murphy " 
genealogy, in pp. 321-32;^ of the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees,) we must go 
nine generations farther back than Donoch Dubh MacMorough, for the ancestor of 
the " O'Murphy " family. 

"^ MacDavid : The patrimony of the " MacDavid Mor" family lay about Glas- 
carrig, co. Wexford, and is now known as the Macnaniores. Redmond MacDavid 
Mor was the chief of this sept. a.d. 1011. 



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111 



117.— THE "MADDEN" FAMILY, 

Of Balbriggan, County Dublin. 



This, according to Dr. O'Donovan, 

Hy-Maine) family : 

1. Hugh Madden, of Bloxham, 
Beauchamp, gent., had : 

2. Thomas, of Bloxham, who 
had : 

3. John, of Bloxham, who had : 

4. Thomas, of Baggotsrath, and 
who d. 1640. Had a brother, 
Eobert,* and a son : 

5. John, of Maddentown, who 
d. 1661. He had : 

6. John, of Dublin, M.D., who 
d. 1703, and who had: 

7. Very Rev. Johnf Madden, 



is a branch of the "Madden" (of 

Dean of Kilmore, D.D., who d. 
1751, and who had: 

8. Rev. John Madden, of Lon- 
donderry, D.D., b. 1725. Had a 
brother Samuel, | and a son : 

9. John Eies Madden, Dublin, 
who d. 1817, and who had: 

10. John Madden, of Inch House, 
Balbriggan, co. Dublin, who d. 
1833, and who had : 

11. John Travers Madden, of 
Inch House, Balbriggan ; living in 
1843. 



118.— THE "MEEBAN" FAMILY. 

This is a County Leitrim family ; and is the anglicised form of O'Maoithain 
("maoth": Irish, tender) and of 0' Miadliachain (" miadhach " : Irish, 
noble, honourable), two ancient families of that county, but of different 
descent. The latter family was anglicised 0' Mehegan, as well as 
O'Meelian ; but the pedigree of either family is not forthcoming. 



William Mooney, had 

2. Daniel, who had 

8. James, who had 

4. William, of Eingstown, co 
Meath, who had : 



119.— THE "MOONEY" FAMILY, 

Of Ringstown, County Meath. 

5. Thomas Mooney, of Garishe, 



CO. Meath, who d. uum. 30 May, 
1638. 



* Robert : This Robert Madden, of Donore, co. Dublin, who d. 1635, was father 
of Jane Madden, the mother of Robert Goldsmith, father of Rev. Charles Goldsmith, 
the father of Oliver Goldsmith, M.D., who was born at Auburn, in the co. Westmeath 
(as proved by an entry on the fly-leaf of his father's Bible, dated the '29th of November, 
1728), and d. in London on the 4th of April, 1774. This was the celebrated Oliver 
Goldsmith whose statue is in front of Trinity College, Dublin. 

fJohii : This Very Rev. John Madden had an elder brother, Rev. Samuel Madden, 
commonly called " Premium Madden," who d. in 1705, and who was the father of 
John Madden (d. 1791), the father of Samuel Madden (d. 1814), the father of Colonel 
John Madden, of Hilton, who was living in the year 1843, and was then the Head of 
this branch of the "Madden " family. 

t Samuel: This Rev. Samuel Madden, who d. in 1800, had a son, Major Charles 
Madden, who was the father of the Rev. Samuel Madden, Prebendary of Blackrath, 
CO. Kilkenny, and living in 1843. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



120.— THE " MOORE " FAMILY, 
Of Rahinduffe^ Queen's County. 



MuRTAGH Oge Moore, of Rahinduffe, 
Queen's County, gent., had : 

2. John (second son), who died 
Nov., 1636, and was bur. in St. 
Patrick's of Stradbally. He m. 
Margaret, dau. Connor Hickey, of 
Bulton, in the co. Kildare, gent., 
and had : 

8. John (his eldest son), who m. 
Susan, dau. of James Hovendon, of 
the Queen's County, gent. Had a 
younger brother Peirce, who m. 



Mary, dau. of Francis Edgworth, 
Clerk of ye Hauaper ; and he had 
five sisters : — 1. Margaret, who m. 
Richard Jacob, co. Kildare, gent. ; 
2. Honora, who m. Kedagh Moor, 
CO. Tipperary, gent. ; 3. Kath., 
who m. John Dempsey, gent. ; 
4.Grany,who m. Murtogh Dempsey, 
gent. ; 5. Dorothy-Owna, who m. 
Oliver Grace, of Kilmanham, 
Queen's County, gent. 



121.— THE "MULVILLE" FAMILY. 

Commencing with Owen O'Maolmichil, who (see p. 314 of the Third 
Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees "), in 1653, was deprived of his estate 
by the Cromwellian Settlement, the following is the genealogy of this 
branch of that family : 



1. Owen, of Doon Maolmichiall 
and Killowen, co. Clare, living in 
1653, had : 

2. Hugh, who had : 

3. Flan, who had : 

4. Lawrence, who was twice m., 
first, to a Miss Stackpool ; and 
secondly, to a daughter of O'Grady 
of Cooga, lords of the O'Gon- 
nola, on the Shannon. Lawrence 
had : 

5. Daniel O'AIulviliill, of Knock- 
anira, co. Clare, who d. in 1820, 
This Daniel married a Miss 
Lysaght* of Ballykeale, and had 
five sons : 

I. Charles, who d. in 1847. 

II. Daniel, of Kilglassy, co. 
Clare, of whom presently. 

III. George, who was an M.D. 

IV. William, of Gort, co. Galway, 
M.D., who had : 



I. The Rev. Urquhart Mulville, 
a Protestant clergyman, 
living in 1881, in Tramore, 
CO. Waterford. 
V. Henry Mulville, M.D. 

It will be seen that the last 
three sons of Daniel, of Knock- 
anira, co. Clare, were all M.D's. 

6. Daniel, of Kilglassy : second 
son of Daniel of Knockanira; had 
three sons : 

I. Captain Charles Blood Mul- 
ville, of whom presently. 

II. Neptune Blood Mulville, who 
is a merchant in the city of 
Sacramento, California. 

III. ( ) 

7. Captain Charles BloodMulville ; 
late of the 3rd Dragoon Guards, 
and living in 1881 : son of Daniel, 
of Eilglassy ; whose daughter is 
m. to a Captain Trench. 



* Lysaght : It is perhaps worthy of remark that Miss Lysaght's brother John 
was the intimate friend of Lord Edward Fitzgerald and of Loi'd Lisle (? Lile) ; and that 
George Lysaght was her first cousin. Her mother was daughter of Major Kent, of 
King William's Army ; and her grandmother was a Miss Moroney of Miltown-Malbay, 
CO. Clare, 



PEDIGREES. 



118 



122.— THE " MURPHY " FAMILY, 

Lords of Hy-Fdlmy, County Wexford. 

Commencing with Murtagh, who is No. 120 on the " Murphy" pedigree, 
the following is the genealogy of this branch of that family : 



120. Murtagh O'Morchoe,* of 
Tobberlimnich (now rendered 
" Toberlumny "), Chief of his Sept. 
Had A.D. 1460, a charter to entitle 
him to use EnyUsh law over his 
Sept and his country ; according to 
a Petition still preserved among 
the State Papers in England. 
This Murtagh, together with 
Kavanagh, Kinselagh, and Mac- 
Davy Moi" held their lands by 
descent or primogeniture, according 
to the English Law, and not by 
Tanistry — which was the Irish 
Custom.! 

121. Teige : his son. 

122. Art : his son. 

123. Donal Mor : his son ; Chief 
of his sept. Was possessed of the 
" Wilde Orcharde" alios " Owllarde 
Lyah " (more recently rendered 
Ouleartlearjh), and was " aggressed, 
to pay yearly as Kildaris Duties for 
the defence of ' O'Moroghe Country,' 
at Michaelmas XX Kyne or X 
Milkine, a.d. 1537." Had a brother 
Teige. 

124. Art, of Tobberlimnich : son 
of Donal Mor ; Chief of his Sept, 

125. Donal, of Tobberlimnich : 
his son ; Chief of his Sept. 



126. Conall, of Tobberlimnich: 
his son ; Chief of his Sept ; died 
October, 1634, and was buried at 
Castle Ellis. I This Conall mar. 
Joan, dau. of Donal an Spaineach§ 
Kavanagh, of Clonmullen, co. 
Carlow, and had five sons and 
seven daughters : The sons were — 

1 . Teige, of whom presently ; 

2. Phelim, who d. unm. in 1634 ; 

3. Pierce, living in 1634; 4. David 
(or Daniel), livingin 1634 ; 5, Gerald, 
living in 1634 ; the daughters were : 
1. Joan, who mar. James, son of 
Donoch O'Morchoe, of Ruanmore, 
gent. ; 2. Ellen or Elinor , who m. 
Edmond O'Morchoe of Ballymac- 
donaghfyn, gent. ; 3. Mary, who 
married Thomas Synnot, of Clone. 

4. Ellenor, living in 1634 ; 5. Eliza- 
beth, living in 1634 ; 6. Honor or 
Onora, living in 1634 ; 7. Margaret, 
who married John Kowe, of Bally- 
brennan. This Conall O'Morchoe 
had a brother named Brian, whose 
son Art of Ouleartleagh escaped the 
Cromwellian Confiscations. 

127. Teige: eldest son of Conall. 
Succeeded his father in 1634, being 
then of full age ; married Anne, 
daughter of David Eedmond, of 



* O'Morchoe: This sirname is now rendered Murphy: See the "Murphy" 
Genealogy, at pp. 321-323 of the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees. 

+ Ctistom: This sept, however, cared but little for "English Law," as they still 
continued to follow their ancient laws and customs ; retaining power and jurisdiction, 
as well as territory, for a considerable period subsequent to that date — their chiefs 
keeping gallowglasses (or armed soldiers) for offensive and defensive purposes, and for 
levying dues from their subjects. In the middle of the sixteenth century "The 
O'Morchoe" (Donal Mor, No. 123 on this pedigree) enforced " cain " (cain : Irish, 
rent, tribute, fine) due to him as Tighearna or Chief of the Sept. 

t Castle Ellis : According to " Molyneux's Visitation of the County Wexford," 
preserved in the Office of Ulster King-of-Arms, Dublin Castle, this Conall O'Morcho* 
died in 16.34, and was buried at Castle Ellis. 

§ Spalneach ; See No. 128 on the " Kavanagh " pedigree. 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Rabin-Callengallen(orRabineclriim- 
gullion), gent., and had Art, of 
whom presently. This Teige 

" was seized in fee on 23rd October, 
1641, of Tobberlimnich and Tourknick: 
170 acres ; Garrybranagh, 182 acres ; 
Monganbo, 111 acres ; Crymure and Kil- 
maloney, 109 acres : Total, 572. Barony 
of Ballaghkeene, county Wexford. Being 
so siezed, he was in actual rebellion, and 
commanded a company of 500 Rebels, 
with whom he marched towards the City 
of Dublin, where he was slain in battle ; 
when his lands were forfeited." — Inquisi- 
tion taken at Wexford, 7th May, 1663. 
Anno 15 Charles II. 

128. Art (or Arthur), of Bally- 
ellen, co. Carlow : son of Teige ; 
living in 1690 ; d. s.p. Had two 
younger brothers — 1. Teige, who d. 
unm. ; 2. Edmund, born 1693, died 
16th May, 1763, and was buried in 
Old Leighlin churchyard, county 
Carlow. This Edmund had four 
sons. 

I. David, b. 1723 ; d. 3rd Sept., 
1777. 

II. James, b. 1730; d. 12th 
October, 1754. 

III. Daniel, b. 1740 ; d. 27th 
December, 1777. 

IV. Andrew (of whom presently), 
b. 1741 ; d. 28th Sept., 1793. 
(As far as we can find, David, 
James, and Daniel, here men- 
tioned, d. unm.) 

129. Andrew, of Ballyellen : 
fourth son of Edmund, who was 
the third son of Teige ; b. 1741, d. 
1793, and was buried also in Old 
Leighlin churchyard, co. Carlow ; 
mar. Margaret Dunn, and had five 
sons and one daughter : 

I. Edmund, b. 1779 ; d. unm. 
17th December, 1837. 

II. James, b. 1782 ; d. unm. 
26th December, 1857. 

III. Daniel (of whom presently), 
b. 1785; d. 17th November, 
1846. 

IV. David, b. 1789 ; d. 8th May, 
1829 ; m., and left two daus. 



V. Michael, b. 1790; d. unm. 

30th November, 1862. 
I. The daughter d. young. 

130. Daniel Murphy, of Ballyellen, 
CO. Carlow, Ireland, and afterwards 
of Montreal, Canada : third sou of 
Andrew; b. 1785; removed to 
Canada in 1824, where he resided 
till his death, in 1846. He mar. in 
1817, Mary, dau. of Peter Byrne, 
of Knockullard, gent., and his wife, 
Diana Rudkin, of Corris, co. Carlow, 
and had five sons and two daus. : 

I. Edward, b. in 1818 in parish 
of Dunleckney, co. Carlow (see 
No. 131 infra on this Gene- 
alogy). 

II. Peter-Sarsfield, b. in Corris, 
CO. Carlow; m. in 1851, to 
Jane-Amelia, dau. of Allen 
Perry : issue (in 1883) one 
son, Edward-Albert, b. 1864 ; 
and three daughters. 

III. Bernard-Eudkin,b. in Corris, 
CO. Carlow ; dead. 

IV. Daniel, born in Montreal, 
Canada, 1824 ; dead. 

V. Patrick-Alexander, born in 
Montreal ; unm. in 1883. 

The two daughters were : 

I. Margaret-Diana, born in 
Montreal ; married in 1865, 
A. A. Meilleur, son of J. B. 
Meilleur, M.D., and LL.D., of 
Montreal. 

II. Eliza- A line, b. in Montreal ; 
dead. 

131. Edward Murphy, of Mon- 
treal, Canada, J. P., Knight of the 
Order of the Holy Sepulchre : eldest 
son of Daniel; b. 1818, and living in 
1 883. Married, first, in Jan., 1848, to 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas M'Bride, 
of the CO. Donegal, Ireland, gent., 
and by her had two sons and three 
daughters: — I. Edward-Byrne Mur- 
phy, d. ; II. Patrick - Sarsfield 
Murphy, d. ; I. Mary, m. in 1871, 
to Edward C. Monk, sou of the 
Hon. Samuel Cornwallis Monk, 



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115 



one of Her Majesty's Justices of 
Appeal for the Province of Quebec ; 

II. Elizabeth-Diana, a nun, in 
religion «' Sister Mary Edward," d.; 

III. Emily-Hester, living in 1883. 
Secondly, in Feb., 1863, this 
Edward Murphy married Maria- 
Georgiana, dau. of the Hon. William 
Power, Judge of the superior Court 
of Quebec, Canada, and by her had 



one son and three daughters : 
III. William-Sarsfield Murphy, who 
is No. 132, wfra ; IV. Grace- 
Maria, living in 1883 ; V. Amy- 
Susan, living in 1883 ; VI. Alice- 
Lily, d. 

132. William-Sarsfield Murphy, 
b. 1865: eldest surviving son of 
Edward, of Montreal ; living in 
1883. 



123.— THE "MUEPHY" FAMILY, 
Of Ouleartleaqh. 

Teige, a brother of Donal Mor who is No. 123 on the foregoing "Murphy '' 
pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family : 



123. Teige O'Morchoe, of Ouleart- 
leagh, or " Fracht Lea," as it was 
sometimes called : son of Art. 

124. Art : his son ; obtained a 
pardon a.d. 1551 — 6 Edward VI. 

125. Hugh Ballach, of Ouleart- 
leagh and Cooleknock : son of 
Art. 

126. Brian O'Morchoe, of Ouleart- 



leagh : his son. Surrendered his 
possessions to King James I., 
and, by Patent dated 6 June, 1618, 
got a grant of the town and lands 
of Ouleartleighmore, Teneberney, 
Ballybodagh, Cooleneboy, and Rear, 
all in the barony of Ballaghkeen, 
CO. Wexford : at a Crown rent of 
£2 4s. 8d,, per annum, English. 



124.— ANOTHER BRANCH OF THE 

Of OuJeartJeagh. 



MURPHY" FAMILY, 



Brian, a contemporary of Conall O'Morchoe who is No. 126 on the 
" Murphy" (Lords of Hy-Felimy) pedigree, p. 113, was the ancestor of 
this branch of that family : 



126. Brian : son of Hugh. 

127. Art, of Ouleartleagh : his 
son ; escaped the Cromwelliau Con- 
fiscations. 

128. Daniel, of Ouleartleigh : his 
son. Will dated 26th May, 1679; 
and proved 5th June, 1680. Left 
his Estate of Ouleartleagh, Ballin- 
bodagh, and Tighchernie, to his 
eldest son ; desired to be buried at 
Kilmolocke ; " Mr. John Daltou 
and well-beloved cousin Edward 
Kavanagh of Borris (co. Carlow), 
to be his Executors a,nd overseers," 



The following are two extracts from 
this Daniel's Will : 

" 6thly. I leave fourtie pounds if any 
other children come to perfection of mine. 

" 9thly. I leave thirtie shillings to the 
Clercie (c\evgy) for my Soule, that is to 
say fifteen shillings to the Parish Priest, 
and the other fifteen shillings to the rest 
of the Clercie, as my overseers will order." 

1 29. Arthur M o r c h o e, alias 
Murphy, of Ouleartleagh : his son ; 
a Minor in 1680. Will dated 
28th March, 1761 ; a codicil dated 
same day ; Probate to his soo 



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Thomas Murphy on 21st April, 
1761 ; desired to be buried at Kil- 
molocke. Married Rebecca, dau. 
of Thomas Taylor, of Balcay, co. 
Wexford. This Arthur had a 
brother George,* and two sisters — 
1. Eleanor, who was bequeathed 
i'50 by her father's Will ; 2. Bridget, 



who in case of the death of her 
brother Arthur, s.p. was, according 
to the said Will, to have a lease of 
the Estate for one hundred years, 
at £5 per annum. 

130. Thomas Murphy, of Ouleart- 
leagh : son of Arthur ; living 
in 1761. 



125.— THE "NETTLETON" FAMILY. 



Thomas Netleton, of Thornhill, in 
Yorkshire, England, had : 



2. George (the second son\ who 
d. 9 July, 1640. 



126.— THE " NUGENT " FAMILY, 

Of Carlinstoxm. 



Sir Thomas Nugent, of Carlins- 
town, Knt., had : 

2. Edward (his second son), of 
Portleman, who had : 

3. Walter of Portleman, who d. 
13 Jan., 1637. He m. Ehza, dau. 
of Richard Nugent of Donore, Esq., 
and had three sons and two dans. : 



I. James. 

II. Wilham. 

III. Jasper. 

The daughters were : 

L Ehza. 

II. Mary. 

4. James Nugent: son of Walter. 



127.— THE "O'BALDWIN" FAMILY, 

Of Mount Pleasant. 

Commencing with Walter, who (see p. 465 of the Third Edition of our 
"Irish Pedigrees") is No. 8 on the "Baldwin" genealogy, the following 
is a more complete pedigree of that family, than that given in that 
Volume : 

8. Walter, son of Henry; had 
two sons and one daughter. 

I. Henry. 

II. Samuel, who m. his cousin, 
Kate Baldwin, and died at 
BandoD, co. Cork, in Dec, 1861. 

The daughter was m. to Captain 
Stubbs. 



9. Henry : son of Walter ; m. 
Miss Gillman, of Shancloyne, near 
Bandon, whose sister married Sir 
Emmanuel Moore, Knt. This 
Henry d. in France, and was bur. 
at Templemartin. He had : 

I. Henry, of whcm presently. 

II. Herbert. 



* George : Unless this George had died s.p. before his father's Will was made ; 
or that he died young, it appears strange that by the said Will the Estute should be 
leased to Bridget, in case her brother Ai'thur died without issue, 



t'EDlGREES. 



iit 



III. Walter. 

IV. John, who died at Mount 
Pleasant Cottage, in 1882. 
None of these last three sons 
left issue. 

10. Henry, who d. in Australia : 
son of Henry. He was twice m. : 
first, to Eliza Corker, of Cor Castle, 
Innishannou, and had two sons 
and two daughters : 

I. Henry, d. unm. 

11. Chambery, who d. unm. 
III. James, of whom presently. 
The two daughters were : 

I. Caroline, who m. Mr. Biggs, 
of Kinsale, and d. leaving issue. 

II. Mary, who m. Eichard Tonson 
Eye, of Eye Court ; living in 
1883, and having issue. 

The secondwifeof Henry (No. 10) 
was Miss Beasely, who, with her 
children, was lost off the Australian 
coast. 

11. James, who died at Mount 
Pleasant, in 1865 : son of Henry ; 
b. 1834 : m. in Australia, on 1 Jan., 



1856, Miss Margaret Whelan, of 
Queen's County, Ireland (who was 
b. in 1839, and living in 1883), and 
had four sons : 

I. Henry, of whom presently. 

II. James, born in Australia, 
August, 1858, m. in Nov., 1 880, 
Adelaide, dau. of Maurice 
Yescombe, Esq., of Cornwall, 
England, and has (1883) a son 
— James. 

III. Chambery, b. in Australia, 
in 1862, and living in 1883 af 
Castletown-Bere, co. Cork. 

IV. Walter, b. at Mount Pleasant, 
in 1864, and living in Aus- 
traha in 1888. 

And one daughter, Lizzie, who 
was b. in Australia, in 1860. She 
m. in 1881, Arthur S. Gore (a scion 
of the Earl of Arran family), of the 
Bank of Ireland, Bandon, and has 
(1883) a daughter. 

12. Henry O'Baldwin, of Mount 
Pleasant, living in 1883 : the son 
of James. 



128.— THE " OBEIEN " FAMILY, 

Barons and Eads of Inchiquiu. 

DoNOGH, the youngest brother of Dermod, who is No. 122 on the " O'Brien" 
(Marquises of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of 
that family : 



122. Donogh : the third son of 
Murrough, the first Earl of Tho- 
mond; d. 1582, His father assigned 
to him the Castles and lands of 
Dromolaud, Leamanagh, Ballycon- 
nelly, Corcumroe, etc. ; m. Slaine, 
dau. of John MacNamara Fioun, of 
Crathloe, and had one son and 
two daughters : 

I. Connor, of whom presently. 

I. Margaret. 

II. Finola, who m. Uaithne 
O'Loughlin, of Moyrin, in Clare. 



123. Connor (who d. in 1603), 
of Leamanagh : son of Donogh ; m. 
Slaine, dau. of Sir Turlogh O'Brien, 
of Dough Castle, and had a son : 

124. Donogh (2), who was 
knighted by King Charles I., and 
who d. in 1634. This Donogh m. 
Honoria, dau. of Eichard Wing- 
field, an ancestor of the Viscounts 
Powerscourt, and had three sons 
and one daughter : 

I. Connor, of whom presently. 

II. Donogb, of Tobbermaile. 



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III. Murrough, who m. Hannah, 
dan. of his kinsman Turlogh 
O'Brien of Chionan, and had 
a sou named Teige. 

I. Margaret, who m. Turlogh, 
son of Teige O'Brien, of 
Dromore. 

125. Connor (2), of Leamanagh, 
who d. 1651 : the eldest son of 
Donogh ; m. Mary, dau. of Sir 
Turlogh MacMahon, and had two 
sons and two daughters : 

I. Sir Donogh, of whom presently. 

II. Teige, who m. the dau. of 
Captain Edward Fitzgerald, 
of Carrigowrane. 

I. Honoria, who married Donogh 
O'Brien, of Dough. 

II. Mary, who m. Donogh Mac- 
Namara. 

126. Sir Donogli, of Leamanagh 
and Dromoland : son of Connor ; 
d. 1717. Was created a Baronet 
on the 9th of Nov., 1686. He was 
twice married: first, to Lucia, dau. 
of Sir George Hamilton, by whom 
he had a son Lucius, of whom 
presently ; and secondly, to Eliza, 
dau, of Major Deane, by whom he 
had : 

11. Henry. 

I. Honoria. 

II. Elizabeth. 

127. Lucius : son of Sir Donogh 
by his first marriage ; d. (before his 
father) in 1717 ; m. Catherine, dau. 
of Thomas Keightley, of Hertford- 
shire, and had two sons and two 
daughters : 

I. SirEdward,of whom presently. 

II. Thomas. 

I. Anne. 

II. Lucia. 

128. Sir Edward, of Dromoland, 
M.P. : son of Lucius ; was the 
second Baronet ; d. 1765. Sir 
Edward m. Mary, dau. of Hugh 
Hickman, of Fenloe, and had : 

I. Sir Lucius-Henry, of whom 
presently. 



II. Donogh. 

III. Edward. 

I. Henrietta. 

II. Anne. 

III. Mary. 

IV. Catherine, who m. Charles 
MacDonnell, of New Hall, 
near Ennis. 

V. Lucia. 

129. Sir Lucius-Henry, of Dromo- 
land, M.P., the third Baronet : son 
of Sir Edward; d. 1795; m., in 
1768, Nichola, dau. of Robert 
French, of Monivea Castle, in the 
CO. Galway, M.P., and had : 

I. Sir Edward, of whom presently. 

II. Lucius. 

III. Robert. 

IV. Donogh. 

V. Henry. 

I. Nichola. 

II. Henrietta. 

III. Catherine. 

IV. Lucy. 

V. Anna-Maria. 

VI. Charlotte. 

130. Sir Edward, of Dromoland, 
the fourth Baronet, who d. in 1837: 
son of Sir Lucius-Henry ; m. in 1799, 
Charlotte, dau. of William Smith, 
of Cahirmoyle, Newcastle West, in 
the county Limerick, and had : 

I. Sir Lucius, of whom presently. 

II. William Smith O'Brien, M.P. 
(d. 1837), the Wallace of his 
country, who m. and besides 
other children had : 

I. Edward- William. J.P., living 
in 1883. 

III. Edward. 

IV. Robert. 

V. Henry. 

Sir Edward's daughters were : 

I. Granna (or Grace). 

II. Anne. 

III. Harriet. 

IV. Catherine. 

V. Leney. 

131. Sir Lucius, of Dromoland, 
the fifth Baronet, and thirteenth 



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119 



Baron of Inchiquin : son of Sir 
Edward; b. 1800, d. 1872; m. 
twice : first, Mary, dau. of William 
Fitzgerald, Esq., of Adelphi, co. 
Clare, by whom he had one son 
and three daughters : 

I. Edward-Donogh, of whom 
presently. 

I. Juliana-Cecilia, b. 1839. 

II. Charlotte- Anne, b. 1840. 



III. Mary-Grace, b. 1848. 

Sii' Lucius was secondly m. (on 
25 Oct., 1854) to Louisa, dau. of 
James Finucane, Esq. 

132. Edward Donogh O'Brien, 
of Dromoland, the sixth Baronet, 
and the fourteenth " Baron Inchi- 
quin" : son of Sir Lucius ; b. 1837; 
living in 1883. 



129.— THE "O'BKIEN" (OF AMERICA) FAMILY, 

Branch of the Marquises of Thomond. 

DoNAL, a younger brother of James, who is No. 128 on the "O'Brien" 
(Marquises of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of 
that family ; whose descent from said Donal down to the Rev. Matthew 
Patrick O'Brien, Rector of St. Vincent de Paul's R.C. Church, in 
Minersville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, United States, America, 
and living in 1888, is as follows : 



128. Donal : a son of William, 
thesecondEarlof Inchiquin; settled 
in the county Waterford,andd. 1768. 

129. James : son of Donal ; b. 
1730 ; d. 1800. 

130. John : his son ; b. 1765 ; 
d. 1840. Married Catherine (d. 
25 Dec, 1860), dau. of Matthew 
Carroll, of Lahardown, near Port- 
law, CO. Waterford (a descendant of 
the Carrolls of Littalouna, King's 
County, Ireland, the parent stock 
and home of the Carrolls of Car- 
rollton, Maryland, U.S.A.), and had 
seven sons and four daughters. 

131. Martin: son of John; d. 
1858. Married, in 1828, Honora 
Mullen (a descendant of Connor, 
brother of Dathi, who is No. 102 
on the "Concannon" pedigree), 
and had four sons and two 
daughters — all of whom emigrated 
to the United States, America : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. Thomas, who in 1857 m. 
Ann Dean, a native of the 
county of Mayo, and had one 
son and four daughters : 

I. Martin. I. Mary- Anne. 
II. Cecilia. III. Clara- 
Amelia. IV. Annie. 



III. Michael A. O'Brien : the 
third son of Martin ; living 
unm. in 1883. 

IV. Rev. Matthew Patrick 
O'Brien (b. 3 Sept., 1837), 
ordained Priest in St. Charles' 
Seminary, Philadelphia, on 
the 5th April, 1869, and was 
in March, 1883, Rector of 
St. Vincent de Paul's R. C. 
Church, in Minersville, Schuyl- 
kill, County, Pa., U.S.A. 

Martin's two daughters were : 

I. Mary, who in 1868, in Phila- 
delphia m. Michael Cahill (d. 
24 July, 1881), and had one 
son and two daughters, living 
in 1883 : 

L John Cahill. L Mary Cahill. 
11, Honora Cahill. 

II. Bridget O'Brien, the second 
dau. of Martin, living unm. in 
1883. 

132. John O'Brien (b. 1829, d. 
1865) : eldest son of Martin ; m. 
in Camden, New Jersey, Margaret 
Cusack (d. 1864), a native of the 
Co. Cavan, Ireland, and had: 

183. Thomas O'Brien, b. 1861 ; 
and living unm. in Philadelphia, 
in 1883. 



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130.— THE "O'BKIEN" (OF ENGLAND) FAMILY, 

Branch nf VhcoiDits Clare. 

MuRROUGH, the third sou of Sir Donal, the first Viscount Clare, who is 
No. 12-i oil the " O'Brien " (Viscounts Clare) pedigree, was the ancestor 
of this branch of that family. 

L Richard, who d. unm. in Jan., 
1861. 

II. Lucius, who d. unm. in 
America, in March, 1865. 

III. Turlogh-Henry, author of 
the "Kound Towers of Ire- 
land," who d. unm. in 1835. 

IV. Eev. Edward, Vicar of 
Thornton, Curtis, Ulceby, Lin- 
colnshire, England. 

V. Rev. John, M.A., Vicar of Hen- 
field, Sussex, England, who 
m. in 1843, Elizabeth, dau. of 
J. Hunt, Esq., and has issue. 

VI. Rev. James, D.D., of Mag- 
dalen Hall, Oxford, England ; 
Incumbent, Founder, and 
Patron of SB. Patrick and 
James, Hove, Sussex, England; 
m. in August, 1844, Octavia, 
second dau. of Charles Hopkin- 
sou, of Wotton Court, Glouces- 
ter, and of Cadogan Place, 
London. 



124. Sir Donal, created Viscount 
Clare by King Charles II., in 1662. 

125. Murrough : his third son ; 
was called Murrough-en-Casa ; to 
escape persecution, he migrated to 
Kerry under the protection of his 
relative The MacCarthy Mor. 

126. Murrough : his son. 

127. Murrough Oge : his son ; 
m. a dau. of O'Rourke. 

128. Brian Ban: son of Murrough 
Oge ; m. Ellen Moriarty, and had : 

I. Teige, of whom presently. 

II. Murrough. 

III. Donogli. 

129. Teige: eldest son of Brian 
Ban ; m. Joanna, sister of Silvester 
Moriarty, Rear-Admiral of the 
Blue. 

180. Bryan, of the co. Kerry : 
son of Teige; b. 1740; m., 20th 
Nov., 1797, Ellen, dau. of Justin 
MacCarthy (by Joanna Conway, 
his wife;, and had : 



131.— THE "O'BrxIEN" FAMILY, 

Kings of Thn)ii()H(l. 

The Armorial Bearings of tlie " O'Brien" (uf Thomond) family are : 
Arms: Gules three lions, passant, garJant, per pale, or and argent. 
Crest : On a wreath issuing out of clouds, a naked arm, embowed, the hand 
grasping a sword, all ppr. 

Motto : Lamh Laider an Uachdar. 

We are enabled to give in this Volume the genealogy of this ancient 
family, more fully than it is recorded in the Third Edition of our "Irish 
Pedigrees." The following is tlie Stcnr- of the family, from Cormac Cas, 



* Stem : Along with the Stem, the genealogies of the following branches of this 
family are also contained in this Volume : 1. 0'5WeH, of America ; 2. of Ara ; 3. of 
Dough ; 4. of England ; 5. of Ennistymon ; 6. of Lords of Inchiquin ; 7. of Marquises 
of Thomond ; 8. of O'Brien of Newtown ; and of Viscounts Clare. 



PEDIGREES. 



I2t 



who was the ancestor of O'Briain of Tliomond (anglicised O'Brien, 
Bernard, Brien, Bryan, and Briiant), and a younger brother of Owen Mor, 
who is No. 85 on the " MacCarthy Mor" pedigree; down to Henry O'Brien, 
the eighth Earl of Thomond, who d. in 1741. 



85. Corraac Gas : second son of 
Olioll Olum, King of Munster, by 
his wife Sabh or Sabiua, daughter 
of Conn of the Hundred Battles, 
and relict of MacNiadh ; he was 
one of the most distinguished 
champions of his time, and "re- 
markable for strength of body, 
dexterity, and courage." He de- 
feated the Lagenians (or Leinster 
men) in the battle of lorras 
Damhsa, Carmen (or Wexford), 
Liamhan (or Dunlaven), Tara, Tel- 
town, and Samhna Hill ; and the 
Conacians in the famous battle of 
Cruachan, in the county Eos- 
commou. Cormac d. at Dan-tri- 
Liag, (or the Fort of the Stone 
Slabs), now "Duntrileague," in the 
county Limerick, of wounds re- 
ceived in the battle of Samhna Hill, 
from the spear of Eochy of the Red 
Eyebrows, King of Leinster. He 
was m. to Samer, dau. of Fionn 
MacCumhal (Fionn MacCoole), and 
sister of the poet Oisin, by whom 
he left, with other children : 

86. Mogha Corb (or Mogha of 
the Chariots), who was b. a.d. 167, 
and attained a very old age. This 
Prince, who became King of Mun- 
ster, which he governed for the 
space of twenty years, fought the 
memorable battle of Gabhra or 
Garristown, near Dublin, against 
the Monarch Cairbre Liffechar, 
A.D. 284. 

87. Fear Corb : his son; b. 198 ; 
governed Munster for seven years ; 
fought the battles of Tlachtga and 
Teltown against the Lagenians, in 
the latter of which he slew Tinne 
the son of Triun, a distinguished 
warrior; and defeated the Conacians 
in the battles of Ceara, Corann, 



and Rathcruaghan, with great 
slaughter. 

88. iEneas Tireach : his son ; b. 
232 ; was distinguished for his 
patriotism and courage, particularly 
in the battle of Cliodhna, near 
Clonakilty ; and was remarkable 
for the strictness of his laws, as 
well as for his impartial judg- 
ments. 

89. Lughaidh Meann : his son ; 
b. 286 ; dispossessed the Firbolgs 
of the tract now known as the 
county Clare (which had in his 
time formed part of Connaught), 
and attached it to Munster. 

90. Conall Each-luath (" each": 
Irish, Lat. " eq-uus," Gr. " ik-kos" 
a horse; "luath": L'ish, agile, 
Welsh " lludw," nimble), or Conall 
of The Swift Steeds : his son ; b. 
312. Had two sons — 1. Cas ; 2. 
Eana Arighthach. 

91. Cas : the elder son ; a quo 
the Dal Cats or " Dalcassians "; b. 
347. Had twelve sons : — 1. Blad, 
2. Caisin, 3. Lughaidh, 4. Seana, 
5. Aengus Cinathrach, 6. Carthann 
Fionn, 7. Cainioch, 8. Aengus 
Cinaithiu, 9. Aodh, 10. Nae, 11. 
Loisgeann, and 12. Dealbheath. 

92. Blad ("bladair": Irish, to 
coax ; Lat. " blater-o," to /latter) : 
the eldest son of Cas ; a quo 
O'Bladair, anglicised Blair, Flattery, 
and Blood (of Munster) ; b. 388 ; 
left four sons: — 1. Carthann Fionn 
Oge Mor; 2. Carthann Dubh; 3. 
Eochaidh ; 4. Brennan Ban, an- 
cestor of 0' Brennan (of Thomond), 
Glinn, Glynn, Maglin, Magan, 
MuUowney (now " Downey "), 
0' Hurley, etc. 

93. Carthann Fionn Oge Mor : 
eldest son of Blad. Had two sons : 



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1. EochaidliBall-dearg; 2. Aougus, 
who was the progenitor of 0' Curry, 
O'Cormacan, O'Seasnain, etc. 

94. Eochaidh Ball-dearg : son of 
Carthann Fionn Oge Mor. Keceived 
Baptism at the hands of St. Patrick, 
and d. at an advanced age, leaving 
two sons : 1. Conall, 2. Breacan, 
a quo " Ibrickan," a barony in the 
county Clare. 

95. Conall : the elder son. Died 
vita 2)c(tris, and left issue : 1. Aodh 
Caomh ; 2. Molua Lobhar, or St. 
Molua the Leper, founder of the 
church of Killaloe, co. Clare. 

96. Aodh Caomh ("caomh": 
Irish, gentle; Arab, "kom," noble; 
Lat. " com-is ") : the elder son ; 
a quo O'Caohnh, anglicised Coomhe. 
Was King of Cashel. Of him 
Lodge says : " He was the first 
Christian King of this family, that 
became King of all Munster ; and 
his investure with the authority 
and title of King of that Province 
was performed at his own Court, in 
the presence of St. Breanan of 
Clonfert, and of his domestic poet 
MacLemein, who afterwards became 
first bishop of Cloyne ; and also by 
the concurrence of Aodh Dubh, son 
of Criomthau, then chief repre- 
sentative of the Eugenian race." 
He had two sons: 1. Cathal; 2. Con- 



gall, the ancestor of O'Noonan of 
Thomaud and South Connaught. 

97. Cathal : the elder son. 

98. Turlogh : his son ; b. 641. 
Had — 1. Maithan ; 2. Ailgeanan, 
who was the ancestor of O'Meaia, 
Scan Ian and Mac Arthur. 

99. Maithan : son of Turlogh ; 
b. 683. 

100. Anluan : his son. 

101. Core : his son. 

102. Lachtna : his son. Had his 
residence at a place called Grinan 
Lachtna, near Killaloe : he d. at an 
advanced age. 

103. Lorcan (also called Fingin): 
his son ; was King of the Dal- 
cassians; d. 942. Had three sons : — 
1. Cineidi ; 2. Cosgrach, the 
ancestor of Cosgrave of (Munster), 
and O'Hogan ; 3. Lonargan, a quo 
Lonergan; 4. Congal; 5. Bran Fionn, 
a quo Slioght Branjionn, in Wex- 
ford : a sept who took the permanent 
sirname of O'Brien, from this Bran, 
when sirnames were introduced into 
Ireland. 

104. Cineadh (or Cineidi), King 
of Thomoud^'' : the son of Lorcan ; 
m. Babhiou, dau. of Arcadh, son of 
Murrough O'Flaherty, lord of lar 
Connacht or West Connaught. 

105. Brianf Boroimhe [Boru], 
the 175th Monarch of Ireland : a 



* Thomond : The place of inauguration of the O'Briens, as Kings and Princes of 
Thomond, was at Magh Adhair, a plain in the barony of Tullagh, county of Clare ; 
and their battle-cry was Lamh Laidir An Cachdar, or "The Strong Hand Uppermost." 
On their armorial ensigns were three lions rampant, which were also on the standards 
of Brian Boroimhe, borne by the Dalcassians at the battle of Clontarf. In modern 
times the O'Briens were Marquises of Thomond, Earls of Inchiquin, and Barons of 
Burren, in the county of Clare ; and many of them were distinguished commanders in 
the Irish Brigades in the service of France, under the titles of Earls of Clare, and 
Counts of Thomond. 

t Brian : Brian Boroimhe is represented by our old annalists as a man of fine 
figure, large statui'e, of great strength of body, and undaunted valour ; and has been 
always justly celebrated as one of the greatest of the Irish Monarchs, equally con- 
spicuous for his mental endowments and physical energies ; a man of great intellectual 
powers, sagacity, and bravery ; a warrior and legislator ; and, at the same time, 
distinguished for his munificence, piety, and patronage of learned men : thus combining 
all the elements of a great character, and equally eminent in the arts of war and peace; 
a hero and patriot, whose memory will always remain famous as one of the foremost ' 



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123 



younger son of Cineadh ; b. 926, at 
Kincora, the royal seat of his 
ancestors ; and fell by the hand of 
Brodar, the Danish admiral, at the 
Battle of Clontarf, on Good Friday, 
the 23rd April, 1014, in the 88th 
year of his age. This Brian ("Brian' ' : 
Irish, very great strength, was the 
ancestor of O'Brien, Kings of 
Thomond. He had eleven brothers, 
of •whom only four left issue, viz. — 
I. Mahoun, the eldest brother, who 
was King of Munster, before Brian, 
and a quo many families. II. Don- 
chuan, who was the ancestor of, 
among other families, Eustace, 
0' Kennedy, 0' Regan (of Tho- 
mond), O'Kelleher, O'Beollan (or 
"Boland"), 0' Casey, Power, Twomey, 
etc. III. Eichtigern (a quo Ahearne, 
Hearne, Heron), who was ancestor 
of i}[acCraith, (or MacGrath), of 
Thomond, etc. IV. Anluan, who 
was the ancestor of Quirk, etc. 

Brian Boroimhe was four times 
m. ; his first wife was Mor (more), 
dau. of Flan O'Hyne, Prince of 
Hy-Fiachra Aidhne, in Galway, by 
whom he had three sons of whom 
Murrough, who fell at the Battle 
of Clontarf, was one. Brian was 
secondly m. to Eachraidh, dau. of 
Cearbhall, son of Olioll Fionn, and 
had : 1. Teige ;* 2. Donal, who 
distinguished himself at Clontarf, 
and was slain by the Siol Murray 
in a battle fought by the Dal- 
cassians against the Conacians. 



His third wife was Gormliath, the 
" Kormloda " of Icelandic history ; 
sister of Maolmora, King of 
Leinster : and relict of Aulaf, the 
Danish King of Dublin, to whom 
she bore the celebrated Sitric, who 
succeeded his father as King of 
the Danes of Dublin. By Gorm- 
liath Brian had Donogh, the 176th 
Monarch of Ireland, who was the 
ancestor of Plunkett, and of the 
O'Briens of Coonagh, in Limerick, 
and of Aherlow, in Tipperary ; and 
a daughter Sabh, who m. Cian who 
is No. 109 on the " O'Mahony " 
pedigree, by whom she had Matli- 
gabhuin, the founder of the family 
of O'Mahony, in the county Cork. 
Brian's fourth wife wasDubhcobhla, 
who d. s.p. 1009 ; she was dau. of 
Cathal O'Connor, King of Con- 
naught. 

106. Teige : youngeif son of Brian 
Boroimhe ; m. Mor, dau. of Gilla- 
Brighid O'Mulloy, Lord of Fircall, 
in the King's County. (Another 
authority gives Mor as being the 
dau. of Melaghlin, son of Maolmora 
the 51st Christian King of Leinster). 
Teige was killed in 1022 by his 
brother Donogh, who thus became 
King of Munster. Donogh was m. 
to Driella, dau. of Godwin, Earl of 
Kent, and sister of Harold II., the 
last Saxon King of England ; after 
a reign of forty-nine years Donogh 
abdicated in favour of: 

107. Turlogh Mor (d. in 1086), 



of the Irish Kings, in wisdom and valour. Brian lived at his palace of (Cean Cora) 
(Kincora), in a style of regal splendour and magnificence, unequalled by any of the 
Irish Kings since the days of Cormac MacArt, the celebrated Monarch of Ii-eland in 
the third century — the glories of whose palace at Tara were for many ages the theme 
of the Irish bards. — Connellax's Four Masters. 

Oh, where, Kincora ! is Brian the Great ? 

And where is the beauty that once was thine ? 
Oh ! where are the Princes and Nobles that sate 

At the feast in thy halls, and drank the red wine. 
Where, oh, Kincora ! 

* Tdge : In CFarrell's Linea Antlquu. on the •'Roll of the Monarchy of Ireland," 
at No. 178, this Teige is mentioned as the "eldest'' son of Bi'ian Boroimhe. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



who was the 178th Monarch. He 
m. Sabh, dau. of Teige MacCarthy, 
who was Kmg of Eoghanacht 
Caisil, by whom he had a dau. Mor, 
who m. Eoderick O'Connor, the 
183rd Monarch of Ireland; and had 
four sons: 1. Dermod, of whom pre- 
sently; 2. Teige, who d. at Kincora, 
leaving two sons — Murrough, and 
Daniel ; 3. Murlogh Mor, who d. at 
Cismore in 1119 (leaving three sons : 
1. Donal, the Shorthand, whose 
sons Connor and Lewy fell in battle 
in 1151 ; 2. Mahon, ancestor of 
MacMahon, of Corcabascin ; 3. 
Cireide Ochar) ; 4. Donogh, slain 
in 1103 at the battle of Magh Coba. 

108. Dermod (d. 1118): the son 
of Turlogh Mor. Had six sons : 
1. Turlogh ; 2. Connor-na-Cath- 
arach ; 3. Teige Gle, ancestor of 
O'Brien, of the Isles of Arran ; 
4. Dermod the Fair (or Dermod 
Fionn) ; 5. Dermod Donn ; 6. 
Donogh, Bishop of Killaloe, who 
was ancestor of O'Brien of Caislean- 
ui-Bhriain or Castlebrian. 

109. Turloch (d. 1167) : the 
eldest son of Dermod ; was twice 
m. : first, to the dau. of MacCarthy 
Mor, who d. s.p. ; secondly to 
Eaghnait, dau. of O'Fogarty, lord 
of Ehogarty (or Ely-Deisceart), in 
the CO. Tipperary, by whom he had 
five sons : 1. Donal ; 2. Murtogh, 
who d. s.p. ; 3. Brian of the 
Mountain, lord of Ormond ; 4. 
Dermod ; 5. Consaidhin ("Saidh": 
Ii'ish, mildness, (jcntleness ; "in," 
little), bishop of Killaloe, ancestor 
of AfacConsidiiie, of the co. Clare. 

110. Donal Mor, the last King of 
North Munster(d. 1194) eldest sou of 
Turlogh; m.Orlacan.dau. of Dermod 
MacMorough (by his wife, the dau. 
of O'Moore, Prince of Leix), and 
had Mor, who m. Cathal Craobh- 
dearg (d. 1224), the 51st Christian 
King of Connaught, "with nine 
sons : 1. Donogh Cair breach ; 2. 



Murtogh Dall, ancestor of Clan 
Murta'/h Dall O'Brien, of Hy-Bloid, 
in the north-east of the co. Clare ; 
3. Connor Ruadh ; 4. Murtogh 
Fionn, ancestor of the Clan Murtogh 
Fionn, of Hy-Bloid ; 5. Turlogh 
Fionn, ancestor of Clan Turlogh 
Fionn, of the same territory ; 6. 
Donal Conachtach, ancestor of Clan 
Donal Conachtaigh, of Echtge, and 
subsequently of Ara, in the county 
Tipperary ; 7. Brian, surnamed " of 
Burren," ancestor of Clan Bhriain 
Boirniqh ; 8. Connor, ancestor of 
Clan Connor Guasanaigh; 9. Dermod 
Fiodhnach, ancestor of Clan Dermod 
Flodhnaigh. 

111. Donogh Cairbreach O'Brien: 
eldest son of Donal Mor ; d. 1242. 
Was the first of the family that 
assumed this sirname, and the 
title of " Prince." Was surnamed 
"Cairbreach," from his having 
been nurtured in Hij-Cairbre-Aobha. 
He erected the palace of Clonroad, 
near the town of Ennis, and m. • 
Sabia, dau. of Donogh O'Kennedy, 
lord of Muscry Tire, by whom he 
had Sabiua (who m. Geoft'rey 
O'Donoughue of Killarney), and 
five sons : 1. Connor ; 2. Turlogh ; 
3. Murtogh ; 4. Dermod ; 5. Teige 
Dall. 

112. Connor-na-Siuddine : eldest 
son of Donogh ; slain at the Wood 
of Siudan, in Burren, county Clare, 
in 1268 : hence the epithet aftixed 
to his name, and a quo Sidney. He 
m. Mor, dau. of MacNamara, lord 
of Hy-Coileann, and left issue : 
1. Teige ; 2. Brian Euadh, ancester 
of O'Brien of Arra ; 3. Murtogh, 
who d. without legitimate male 
issue. 

113. Teige (d. 1259): the son of 
Connor ; surnamed Caol Uisge : so 
called from his having (see No. 113 
on the "O'Neill," Princes of Tyrone 
pedigree) attended there to hold a 
conference with Brian Catha Duin 



PEDIGREES. 



125 



O'Neill, to whom this Teige O'Brien 
and Hugh O'Connor "granted the 
sovereignty over the Irish," in 
1258, or constituted him Monarch 
of Ireland. This Teige m. Finola, 
dau. of Kennedy, son of Kennedy, 
son of Murtogh O'Brien, and had : 
1. Turlogh Mor; 2. Donal, who de- 
feated Mahon, grandson of Donal 
Conachtach, at the Abbey of Clare, 
in 1276. 

114. Turlogh Mor, the hero of 
MacGrath's " Wars of Thomond " : 
the son of Teige ; d. at his residence 
Insi-an-Lasl in 1306. Was m. three 
times : first, to Sabina (d. s.p.), 
dau. of Teige MacCarthy, of Dun- 
Mac-Tomain ; secondly, to Orflath, 
(or Aurnia), dau. of Donal Oge 
MacCarthy Mor, by whom he had — 

1. Brian (ancestor of Siol Bhriain 
na Geall, of Glen Cean), 2. Murtogh 
(founder of the houses of Thomond 
and Inchiquin;, 3. Dermod (who 
left no issue) ; and the third mar- 
riage of Turlogh was to Sabina 
0'Keunedy,of Muscry Tir, by whom 
he had two sons — 1. Connor, and 

2. Donal. 

115. Murtogh : second son of 
Turlogh Mor ; d. 1 343. Was twice 
m. : first, to Sarah (d. s.p.) dau. of 
O'Kennedy, of Ormond ; and, 
secondly, to Edaoin or Edina, dau. 
of his standard bearer, MacGorman, 
of Ibrackan, by whom he had three 
sons : 1. Maithan, 2. Turlogh Maol, 
ancestor of O'Brien of Bun-Cum- 
eragh, in the county Waterford ; 

3. Teige. 

116. Maithan Maonmaighe, who 
d. 1369 : the son of Murtogh. 
The epithet applied to him means 
that he was fostered in " Maon- 
maighe," near Loughrea. Wasm. 
to Winifred, dau. of O'Connor Core, 
by whom he had seven sons : 
1. Brian ; 2. Connor (who m. Mary, 
dau. of Teige O'Brien, lord of 
Coonagh, by whom he had — 1. Der- 



mod ; 2. Donal, bishop of Limerick ; 
3. Brian Dubh, the progenitor of 
O'Brien of Carrigagunnel and Glin, 
in the co. Limerick) ; 3. Teige 
Baccach, ancestor of O'Brien, of 
Ballygarridan ; 4. Turlogh ; 5. Mur- 
togh ; 6. Dermod ; 7. Donal. 

117. Brian Catha-an-Aonaigh (or 
Brian of the Battle of Nenagh) who 
d. 1399 : son of Maithan. Was 
twice m. : first to Slaine, dau. of 
Lochlan Laidir MacNamara, by 
whom he had three sons : 1. Teige 
na Glaoidh Mor (d. s.p.); 2. Mahon 
Dall, who had Turlogh, who had 
Brian, the progenitor of Siol 
Bhriain Dehriortha (or the exiled) ; 
3. Turlogh, Secondly, to Margaret, 
dau. of James Fitzgerald of Des- 
mond, by whom he had Brian 
Udhar Catha, who was the ancestor 
of O'Brien, of Eachdroma. 

118. Turlogh Bog: a jounger 
son of Brian of the Battle of Nenagh ; 
d. 1459. Was the hero of Glen 
Fogarty and Ballyanfoil ; married 
Catherine, dau. of Ulick FitzWalter 
Burke, by whom he had issue : 
1. Teige ; 2. Donogh-Teige, bishop 
of Killaloe, who was called 
" Terence," by Ware ; 3. Connor 
Mor na-Shrona, ancestor of O'Brien, 
of Sealhendhe, inClare; 4, Turlogh 
Oge, who, from his dark complexion, 
was called " Gilla Dubh," and who 
was the progenitor of O'Brien, of 
Ballymacdoody ; 5. Mahon, of Kil- 
claney ; 6. Kennedy ; 7. Brian 
Ganeagh ; 8. Murtogh Beg. 

119. Teige an - Chomhaid, or 
Teige of the Castle of Chomhad, 
in Burren, which he erected in 
1459 in his father's lifetime : son 
of Turlogh Bog ; d. 1466. He m. 
Annabella, dau. of Ulick Burke, 
son of " Ulick of the Wine," of 
Clanrickard, and had six sons : 
1. Turlogh Donn ; 2. Donal, whose 
sons Brian, Connor, and Murtogh 
possessed the estates known as Tir 



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IBISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Brlain Cacthnava, Dubli, and Dun- 
Ilujan, all in the co. Clare ; 

3. Donogh, of Drom-fion-glas, who 
had fovir sons — Murtogh, Teige, 
Dermod, and Brian-na-Corcaidh 
(who divided his estates of Cahir- 
Corcrain, and Castletown, amongst 
his sons : I, Mahon, II. Murrogh, 

III. Connor, IV. Dermod, V. Mur- 
togh, and VI. Teige-an-Comain) ; 

4. Murtogh Garbh ; 5. Murrogh ; 
6. Dermod Cleireach, of Cacthnava- 
na-Madara, who had six sons — 
I. Donall-na-Geall, II. Murrogh-an- 
Tarman, HI. Brian-an Comhlack, 

IV. Mahon, V. Donogh, VI. Torlogh. 

120. Turlogh Donn, who d. 1528 : 
son of Teige-an-Chomhaid ; m. 
twice : first, to Joan, dau. of 
Thomas, eighth Lord Fitzmaurice 
(see No. 18 on the " Fitzmaurice " 
pedigree) ; and, secondly, to Kagh- 
nait, dau. of John MacNamara, of 
Clan Coilcain, and by her had : 
I. Connor ; II. Donogh ; III. Mur- 
rough, first Earl of Thomond and 
Baron of Inchiquin ; IV. Teige, 
slain by Pierce, Earl of Ormond ; 

V. Dermod; VI. Margaret, m. to 
Owen O'Rourke, of the county 
Leitrim ; VII. Slaine, m. to Henry 
Oge O'Neill, son of Henry, Prince 
of Ulster ; VIII. Fionala, who m. 
Manus O'Donnell, Chief of Tir- 
connell. 

121. Connor, who d. 1540 : 
eldest son of Turlogh Donn ; was 
twice m. : first, to Anabella, dau. 
of Ulick Ruadh [Roe] de Burgo, of 
Clan Ricarde, and had : 

I. Donogh Ramhar (or Donogh 
the Fat). 

II. Sir Donal, ancestor of 0' Brien 
of Dough, Newtown and 
Eunistymou. 

Connor m. secondly, Alice, dau. 
of Maui'ice Fitzgerald, Earl of 
Desmond, by whom he had four 
sons : 

I, Sir Turlogh, lord of Ibrackan. 



II. Teige, of Ballinacorrig, whose 
dau. Amory m. John, Knight 
of Kerry. 

III. Murrogh, of Cahironanane, 
whose only son, Dermod, d. 
young. 

IV. Murtogh, of Dromtyne, 
whose two sons d. s.p. 

122. Donogh Ramhar, the second 
Earl of Thomond : eldest son of 
Connor ; m. Helena, dau. of Pierce, 
Earl of Ormond, and had : 

I. Connor. 

II. Donal, ancestor of O'Brien 
of Ballincorran, in the co. 
Clare, represented in 1741 by 
William O'Brien, son of Mur- 
rogh-na- Buile. 

I. Margaret, who m. Dermod, 
Lord Inchiquin. 

II. Honoria, who m. Teige 
MacNamara of Clan Coilcain. 

III. Mor, who m. Theobald, son 
of William, the first Lord 
Castleconnell. 

123. Connor, the third Earl: the 
son of Donogh Ramhar ; was twice 
m.: first, to Joanna, dau of Thomas, 
the 16th Lord Kerry, and had a dau., 
who d. s.p. ; and, secondly, to 
Winifred, dau. of Turlogh O'Brien 
of Ara, by whom he had : 

I. Donogh, of whom presently. 

II. Teige, who m. Slania, dau. 
of Teige, son of Murrough, 
Earl of Inchiquin, the pro- 
prietor of Smithstown Castle 
otherwise called Ballygowan, 
and had : 

I. Turlogh, of Ballyslattery, 
who m. the dau. of Donogh 
O'Brien, of Leamanagh, and 
had a son Connor. 

II. Col. Murtagh, who m. 
Joanna, dau. of Turlogh 
MacMahon, of Ciena, but d. 
s.p. 

III. Dermod, who m. Una, 
the dau. of Donogh O'Brien, 
of Newtown, and d. s.p, 



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127 



III. Sir Donal, from whom des- 
cended the Viscounts Clare : 
the third son of Connor. 

L Honoria : the eldest daughter 
of said Connor, the third Earl 
of Thomond ; who m. Thomas, 
the 18th Lord Kerry. 

II. Margaret, who m. James, the 
second Lord Dunboyne. 

III. Mary, who m. Turlogh Ruadh 
MacMahon. 

124. Donogh* : the eldest son of 
Connor, the third Earl of Thomond ; 
was the fourth Earl, who was com- 
monly called the " Great Earl " ; 
d. Sept., 1624; m. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Gerald, the eleventh Earl of 
Kildare, and had : 

I. Henry, the fifth Earl, who m. 
Mary, dau. of Sir William 
Brereton, Baron of Leighlin, 
and dying in 1639, left: 

I. Mary, whose first husband 
was Charles Cockaine, first 
Viscount Cullen. 

II. Margaret, who was the 
second wife of Edward 
Somerset, Marquis of Wor- 
cester. 

III. Elizabeth, who was the 
the second wife of Dutton, 
Lord Gerard, of Bromley. 

IV. Anne, who m. her cousin- 
german Henry, the seventh 
Earl of Thomond. 

V. Honoria, who m. Henry, 
Earl of Peterborough. 

II. Brian, the sixth Earl, of 
whom presently. 



125. Brian, the sixth Earl of 
Thomond : the second sou of 
Donoch. 

126. Henry, the seventh Earl : 
his son ; m. twice : first, his cousin- 
german, Anne, as above mentioned, 
and had : 

I. Henry, Lord of Ibrackan, who 
m. Catherine Stuart, sister of 
the last Duke of Richmond and 
Lennox, of that House, and 
had : 

I. Donogh, who m. Sophia, 
dau. of Thomas Osborne, 
Duke of Leeds, but d. s.p. 

II. George. 

I. Mary, who m. Robert, the 
17th Earl of Kildare. 

II. Catherine, who m. Edward 
Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. 

Henry, the seventh Earl of Tho- 
mond, was secondly m. to Sarah, 
dau. of Sir Francis Russell, of 
Chippenham, and had: 

III. Henry, who d. young. 

IV. Another Henry. 

III. Elizabeth, who d. s.p. 

IV. Finola, who was the first 
wife of Henry Howard, Earl of 
Suffolk. 

V. Mary, wife of Sir Mathew 
Dudley, of Clopton. 

127. Henry Horatio, Lord O'Brien, 
and Baron of Ibrackan : youngest 
son of Henry, the seventh Earl ; d. 
1690, vita patris ; m. Henrietta, 
dau. of Henry Somerset, Duke of 
Beaufort, and had : 

I. Henry, of whom presently. 



* Do7iogh : In 1601, this Donogh O'Brien, the fourth Earl of Thomond, assisted 
the English against the Irish and Spaniards at Kinsale. He commanded a thousand 
men, chiefly English, and the defeat of the native Chiefs and Princes was owing in a 
great measure to the bravery which he displayed. It is stated by Carew, in the 
Pacata Hibernia, that Donogh had often told him that an Irish prophet, whose 
writings he had often read, foretold the defeat of the Irisli at Kinsale ; and Fynes 
Morison says that the Manuscript containing the said "prophecy" was shown to 
Mountjoy on the day of that engagement. On the 6th May, 1605, Donogh was 
appointed President of Munster ; and Commander-in-Cliief of the English forces in 
that Province, on the 25th of the same month, in that year. He died on the 5th of 
September, 1624, and was interred in the Cathedral Church of Limerick, where a 
handsome monument, exhibiting a Latin inscription, was erected to his memory. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



I. Mary. 

IL Elizabeth. 

128. Henry O'Brien : the son of 
Henry Horatio ; succeeded his 
grandfather as the eighth Earl of 
Thomond, He m., in 1707, Eliza- 



beth, dan. of Charles, Duke of 
Somerset ; was created an English 
Peer by the title of "Viscount of 
Tadcaster," in 1714 ; and d. with- 
out legitimate male issue, on the 
20th of April, 1741. 



132.— THE "O'BRIEN" FAMILY, 

Marquises of Thomond. 

MuRROUGH, the third son of Turlogh Donu,who is No. 120 on the "O'Brien," 
(Kings of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that 
family : 



121. Murrough": son of Turlogh 
Donn ; d. 1551 ; was the first 
"Earl of Thomond" and "Baron of 
Inchiquin ; m. Eleanor, dau. of 
Thomas FitzGerald, Knight of the 
Valley, and had three sons and 
three daughters ; the sons were : 
I. Dermod, of whom presently. 
n. Teige, of Smithstown Castle, 
who m. Mor, dau. of Doual 
O'Brien, and had : 
I. Turlogh, who d. s.p. 

I. Honoria, who m, Richard 
Wingfield, an ancestor of 
the Viscounts Powerscourt. 

II. Slaine, who m. Teige, son 
of Connor, the third Earl of 
Thomond. 

III. Hannah, who m. Donogh 
O'Brien. 

III. Donogh, from whom des- 
cended (f Brien of Dromoland. 

The daughters were : 

I. Margaret, b. 1535, who m. 
Richard, the second Earl of 
Clanricard. 



II. Slaine, whose second husband 
was Sir Donal O'Brien, of 
Dough. 

III. Honoria, who m. Sir Der- 
mod O'Shaughnessy, of Gort, 
and had issue. 

122. Dermod, who d. 1557 : 
eldest son of Murrough ; inherited 
the Barony of Inchiquin, only — the 
the Earldom of Thomond having 
been conferred on his cousin Don* 
ogh Ramhar, who is No. 122 on the 
" O'Brien " (Kings of Thomond) 
pedigree. Dermod m. Margaret, 
dau. of said Donogh, and had : 

123. Murrough, who d. in 1573; 
was the third Baron of Inchiquin ; 
m. Anabella (or Mable), dau. of 
Christopher Nugent, the ninth 
Lord Delvin, and had : 

124. Murrough. the fourth Baron, 
who d. in 1597 ; m. Margaret, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Cusack, Knt., Lord 
Chancellor, and Lord Justice of 
the " Pale," and had : 

I. Dermod, of whom presently. 



* Murrough : This ^lurrough O'Brien, having, a.d. 154;;, dispossessed his nephew, 
Donogh, of the principality of Thomond, repaired to England and made his submission 
to King Henry VIII., to whom he resigned the principality, and M^as created therefor 
" Earl of Thomond," and Baron of Incliiiiuin: the conditions being, that he should 
utterly forsake and give up the name O'Brie/i, and all claims to whicii he might 
pretend by the same ; and take such name as the king should please to give him ; 
and he and his heirs and the inheritors of his lands siiould use the English dress, 
customs, manners, and language ; that he should give up the Irish dress, customs, and 
language, and keep no kerns or gallowglasses. — Connellan, 



PEDIGREES. 



129 



II. Teige, who m. Slaine, dau. 
of MuiTOUgh O'Brien, of Ara. 

I. Slaine, who m. William 
Dongan, Recorder of Dublin. 

125. Dermod, who d. 1624 : the 
elder son of Murrough ; was the 
fifth Baron ; m. Ellen, dau. of Sir 
Edward Fitzgerald of Ballymaloe 
and Cloyne, Knt., and had four 
sons and three daughters : 

I. Murrough, of whom presently. 

II. Henry, a Lieutenant-Colonel 
in the Army of Charles I., 
King of England. 

III. Christopher, who d. in 
infancy. 

IV. Christopher (2), a Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel in the Irish 
Confederate Army, who was 
created " Baron of Inehiquin," 
by the Supreme Council of 
the Catholic Confederation at 
Kilkenny ; m. Honoria, dau. 
of Turlogh MacMahon of 
Clonderala. 

I, Honoria, who m. Anthony 
Stoughton of Eattoo, in the 
CO, Kerry, and had, besides 
other children, Elizabeth 
Stoughton, who m. Colonel 



Koger Moore, of Johnstown, 
near Dublin, and had Eliza- 
beth, who m. Colonel Henry 
Edgeworth, and had : 

I. HenryEdgeworth, of Lizard, 
near Edgeworthstown, in 
the CO. Longford. 

II. Eobert. 

III. Eev. Essex Edgeworth of 
Templemichael, in the said 
county, who, in Nov. 1719, 
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
Eobert King, Bart., from 
whom the Earls of Kingston 
and the Viscounts Lorton 
descended. 

I. Maria. 

II. Elizabeth. 

II. Mary : the second dau. of 
Dermod, m. His Grace, the 
Most Rev. Dr. Boyle, Protestant 
Archbishop of Armagh. 

III. Anne : the third dau., d. 
unm. 

126. Murrough-an-Toitean* : son 
of Dermod ; d. in 1674 ; was the 
sixth Baron and the first Earl of 
Inchiguin; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
William St. Leger, Knt., President, 
of Munster, and had : 



* Toitean : Murrough-an-Toitean ("toitean": Irish, a hm-mnr/, or conflagration) 
or Murrough of the Conflagrations, was appointed President of Munster, where he ia 
well remembered for his cruelties, and always mentioned with an imprecation ; so 
cruel, that in Munster it is commonly said of a person who appears to be frightened : 
Do chonnairc se Murcadh no an tur b-fhoisge do, " He has seen Murrough or the 
clump next to him." This Murrough, in 1642, at the head of 1,850 foot and 400 
horse, attacked the Irish under Lord Mountgarret, at Liscarroll, and defeated them 
with great slaughter. He sided with the Parliament, in 1644, against King Charles 
the First, and was by that Parliament appointed President of Munster. In 1647, he 
reduced several fortified places in the county of Waterford ; beseiged Cahir, in 
Tipperary, which surrendered to him ; and took " Cashel of the Kings " by storm : 

"The inhabitants of Cashel," says Lewis, "took refuge in their church on the 
rock, which was well fortified and garrisoned. Inchiquin proposed to leave them 
unmolested on condition of their contributing £3,000, and a month's pay for his army. 
This ofi'er being rejected, he took the place by storm, with great slaughter both of 
soldiers and citizens : among them twenty of the clergy were involved ; and. having 
secured the immense booty of which he obtained possession, he dispersed his forces 
into garrison." 

Murrough an-Toitean defeated the Irish under Lord TaafFe and Sir Alexander 
MacDonnell (commonly called " Alastrum Mor," who was the eldest son of Sir .James, 
of Eanagh and Ballybannagh, No. 118 on the "MacDonnell," of Antrim and the 
County Clare pedigree), at the Battle of Knocknaness, on the 13th of November, 1647 ; 
for which the Parliament sent him a letter of thanks, with a present of £1,000. In 
164S, he reduced Nenagh, as appears by the following letter which he wrote to hia 
friend, Colonel David Crosbie, Governor of Kerry : 

ft 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



I. William, of whom presently. 

II. Charles, slain at the siege of 
Maestricht. 

III. John, who served as a Cap- 
tain in the United Provinces 
under the Prince of Orange. 

I. Elizabeth, whose second hus- 
band was John MacNamara, of 
Cratloe. 

II. Honoria, who m. Theobald, 
the third Lord Brittas (out- 
lawed in 1691), by whom she 
had two sons and one dau. : 

I. John, fourth Lord Brittas, 



a Captain in the French 
Army, who had a son, also 
a Captain in that Army, 
and known as the fifth Lord 
Brittas (and likewise Lord 
Castleconnell, a title for- 
feited by his grandfather in 
1691 for his adherence to 
King James II.) ; another 
son, Thomas, a Benedictine 
monk, who d. at Perugia in 
1722; and Ehzabeth, who 
m. James (FitzTheobald) 
Mathew, of Thurles. 



" I have reduced Nenagh, and am this day marching after Owen Roe (O'Neill), either 
to the Boyne or Borris-in-Leix. Preston is befoi'e Athy, and being possessed of part 
of it three days since, it is conhdently believed he is Mr. (Master) of it by this tyme. 
I have now only to advise you to use yonr best care in keeping ye country in good 
order, remayneing 

Yor aflfectionate friend, 

Inchiquin. 
Ballynekill, 

17th Sept., 1648. 

Of Murrough-an-Toitean we road in De Vere's Wail of Thomond : 

"Can it be ? Can it be ? Can O'Brien be traitor ? 

Can the great House Dalcassian be faithless to Eire? 
The sons of the stranger have wrong'd — let them hate her ! 

Old Thomond well knows them ; they hate her for hire ! 
Can our Murrough be leagued with the rebels and ranters 

'Gainst his faith and his country, his king and his race ? 
Can he bear the low wailings, the curses, the banters ? 

Thei'e's a scourge worse than these — the applause of the base ! 

"Was the hand that set fire to the churches descended 

From the hand of the King that upi'ear'd them, Boroimhe ? 
When the blood of the priests and the people ran blended, 

Who was it cried, ' Spare them not'? Inchiquin, who? 
Some Fury o'er-ruled thee I some root hast thou eaten ! 

'Twas a demon that stalked in thy shape ! 'Twas not thou ! 
Oh, Murrogh ! not tears of the angels can sweeten 

That blood-stain ; that Cain-mark erase from thy bi'ow!" 

Soon after the reduction of Nenagh, Murrough-an-Toitean changfd sides : Early 
in 1649, he openly espoused the cause of Charles II., who in a letter from the Hague 
appointed Murrough President of Munster ; and on the 14th April of same j^ear he 
was pronounced a traitor by the Commonwealth Parliament. On the 1st of June 
following he sent the subjoined communication : 

"To the Officer commanding in Cheeffe, Castlemaine. 
' ' By the Lord Pi-esident of Maunster : 

" You, and the rest of the Warders of Castlemaine, are hereby required to be 
obedient to the dii-ections and commands of Coll. David Crosbie uppon all occasions, 
and to deliver him, if occasion shall require for his Maties. (Majesty's) service, 
admonition (ammunition) out of the said Castle ; thereof you may not faile at yor 
pill (peril) ; and for yor soe doeing this shall be yor Warrant. 

" TXCHIQUIN." 

" Pated the tirst of June. 1640 '' 



PEDIGREES, 



131 



III. Mary, whose first husband 
was Henry Boyle, of Castle- 
martyr, father of Henry, first 
Earl of Shannon. 

IV. Finola, who d. s.p. 

127. William : eldest son of 
Murrough-an-Toitean ; was the 
second Earl of Inchiquin ; d. at 
his castle of Eostellan, near Cloyue, 
in 1691. Married Mary, dau. of 
Edward Villiers, Knt., and sister 
of Edward, Earl of Jersey, and 
had: 

I. William, who d. 1719, m. 
Anne, Countess of Orkney, 
and had : 

I. William, Lord O'Brien, who 
d. s.p. 

II. George, Lord O'Brien. 

III. Augustus, d. s.p. 

IV. Murrough, d. s.p, 

I. Mary, who married Mur- 
rough, the fifth Earl of 
Inchiquin. 

II. Anne. 

III. Frances. 

IV. Elizabeth. 

II. James, of whom presently. ' 

III. Charles, who d. unm. 

IV. Donal, who d. 1768. 

I. Mary : the elder daughter 
of William ; married Eobert 
(died 1744), 19th Earl of 
Kildare. 

II. Henrietta. 

128. James (died 1771), M.P. 
for Youghal : second son of Wil- 
liam (1691); married Mary, dau. 
of Very Eev. William Jephson, 
Protestant Dean of Kilmore, and 
had : 

I. Murrough (d. 1808), the fifth 
Earl, who was created ^farguis 
of Thomond ; m. the Lady 
Mary O'Brien, but d. without 
male issue : in default of which 
the remainder was to the 
issue of his brother Edward, 
who d. in 1801, in the lifetime 
of Murrough. 



II. Edward, of whom presently. 

III, John, who was a Lieutenant 
in the English Navy. 

I. Mary. 

II. Anne, who m, to The Most 
Rev, Dr. Cox, Pi'otestant Arch- 
bishop of Cashel, and had a 
son : 

I, Richard Cox. 

III. Henrietta, whose first hus- 
band was Teige O'Loughhn, 
of Burren, in the co, Clare. 

129, Edward : the second son of 
James ; d, 1801 ; married Mary, 

daughter of Carrick, and 

had : 

I. William, the second Marquis 
of Thomond, who d, 1846 ; 
succeeded to the title on the 
death of his uncle, Mur- 
rough, in February, 1808 ; 
married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Thomas Trotter, Esq., of 
Duleek, by whom he had four 
daughters. 

II. James, of whom presently. 

III. Edward, R.N. 

130. James ; the third Marquis: 
second son of Edward ; was the 
seventh Earl, and the twelfth 
Baron. Was an Admiral of the 
White G.C.H., and commanded the 
"Emerald" at the capture of St. 
Lucia and Surinan. Married twice : 
first, in 1800, to Miss Bridgeman 

Willyams ; and, secondly, 

to Jane, daughter of Thomas 
Ottley, Esq., but died in 1855 
without surviving male issue, 
and on his death the Marquisette 
of Thomond, and Earldom of 
Inchiquin became extinct. The 
"Barony" devolved on the Dro- 
moland branch of the O'Brien 
family, in the person of Sir Lucius 
O'Brien, who is No. 131 on the 
"O'Brien" (Lords of Inchiquin) 
pedigree, infra. 



132 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

183.— THE "O'BEIEN" FAMILY, 

Of Ara/' in the County of Tij^perary. 



Brian Ruadh [roe], second son of Connor-na-Siuddine, "who is No, 112 
on the " O'Brien " (Kings of Tliomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of this 
branch of that family. 



113. Brian Euadh, who was 
murdered at the Castle of Bunratty, 
by Thomas le Clare, had : 

I. Donogh, who was drowned in 
the Fergus, leaving five sons : 
1, Dermod, 2. Mahon, 3. Teige, 
4, Connor - na - Feasoige, 5, 
Murtogh Gharbh. 

II. Donal, of whom presently. 

III. Murtogh. 

IV. Teige Roe. 

V. Brian. 

VI. Turlogh. 

114. Donal : second son of Brian 
Ruadh ; married Margaret, dau. of 
Turlogh Dubh MacMahon, of 
Clondarala, and had : 

I. Bryan, of whom presently. 

II. Donogh. 

III. Donal. 

115. Brian : the son of Donal ; 
settled in Ara, in the county of 
Tipperary, and m. the dau. of 
Henry de Burgo, by whom he had : 

116. Murrough-ra-Rauaighe, who 
m. Mor, dau. of O'Keunedy, of 
Ormond, and had : 

117. Turlough, who m, Honoria, 
dau. of De Barry Oge, of Buttevant, 
and had : 

118. Teige, who had : 

119. Donal Mor, who had : 

120. Murtogh Caoch, who had : 

121. Turlogh, who. m. Mor, dau. 
of Donogh (FitzJohn) O'Carroll, 
and had five sons and one dau. : 



I. Murtogh, of whom presently. 

II. Donogh, who died in his 
father's lifetime. 

III. Turlogh Carrach, the pro- 
prietor of the Castles of 
Bealanath and Cnockan-an- 
Enfin. 

IV. Teige-na-Buile, who pos- 
sessed the Castle of Kil- 
colman. 

V. Murrough-an-Tuath, of the 
Castle of Aos-Greine. 

I. Winifred, who m. Connor, the 
third Earl of Thomond. 

122. Murtogh : eldest son of 
Turlogh ; possessed the Castles of 
Monroe, Pallas, Cahirconnor, and 
Castletown. This Chieftain con-' 
formed to the Protestant Religion, 
entered into Holy Orders, and was 
appointed to the See of Killaloe. 
He d. in 1613, leaving two sons 
and four daughters : 

I. Sir Turlogh, of whom presently. 

II. John, who d. s.p. 

I. Slaine, m. to Teige (Fitz- 
Murrough) O'Brien, Baron of 
luchiquin. 

II. Honoria. 

III. Mor. 

IV. Margaret. 

123. Sir Turlogh : the son of 
Murtogh ; m. a sister of Donal 
O'Brien, of Annagh, and d. s.p. in 
1626. 



* Ara: See the Pedigree of " MacUi-Brien Ara,'' in Vol. H. 1. 7, MSS. Lib., 
Trinity College, Dublin. " Ara " is a small mountain tract, south of Lough Dearg, 
and north of the Keeper Hills, 



tEDIGREES. 



133 



134.— THE " O'BEIEN " FAMILY, 

Of Doughy Newtoioi, and Kmiistymon. 

Sir Donal, the second son of Connor, who is No. 121 on the "O'Brien" 
(Kings of Tlaomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that 
family : 

122. Sir Donal: son of Connor ; 
m. his cousin, Slaine, dan. of Mur- 
roiigh, first Earl of Tliomoud, and 
rehct of Patrick, the twelftli Lord 
of Kerry, and had : 

I. Sir Turlogh, of whom presently. 

II. Murtogh,who m. Mary French. 

III. Connor, who m. Mary, dan. 
of Teige MacMahon, of Carrig- 
an - Ultach ('* Carrigaholt "), 
and had Mary, who m. Teige 
MacNamara ; and a son, Daniel. 

I. Mary, who m. Turlogh Kuadh 
MacMahon, and had two 
daughters, of whom one m. 
O'Donnell, "Earl" of Tircon- 
nell ; and the other m. Mathew 
Maol MacMahon, of Clynagh. 

II. Sarah, who m. O'Sullivan 
Beare. 

III. Finola, whose second hus- 
band was Anthony O'Loughlin, 
of Burren, co. Clare. 

123. Sir Turlogh : eldest son of 
Sir Donal ; m. Anabella, dau. of 
Sir Lynch, of Galway, Knt., 



and had 

T. Donal, of whom presently. 
II. Donogh, of Newtown Castle, 
who m. Margaret, dau. of Sir 
John Burke, of Derryma- 
claghna, Knt., and had : 
I. Slaine, who m. Connor 
O'Brien, of Leamanagh; and 
I. Connor, who m. Elena, 
dau.of SirDermodO'Shaugh- 
nessy, Knt., of Gort, in the 
county Galway, and had 
Donogh, who m. Martha, 
dau. of Henry Ivers, of 
Dough. 
124. Donal : son of Sir Turlogh ; 
m. Ellen, dau. of Edmond Fitz- 
gerald, Knight of Glin, and had : 



I. Teige, of whom presently. 

II. Murtogh, who m. Slaine, 
dau. of John MacNamara, of 
Moyreisk. 

I. Mary, who m. Sir James 
MacDonnell. 

II. Honoria, who m. Connor, the 
second Lord Clare. 

125. Teige, of Dough : the son 
of Donal ; m. Mor, dau. of Murtogh 
O'Brien, of Arra, and had : 

I. Donogh, of whom presently. 

II. Murtogh, who m. Mary, dau. 
. of Turlogh O'Neill. 

126. Donogh, of Dough : son of 
Teige ; m. Honoria, dau. of Connor 
O'Brien, of Leamanagh, and had : 

127. Christopher, who removed 
to Ennistymon, and was twice m, : 
first, to Elizabeth, dau. of Theobald 
Matthew, of Thomastown, co. Tip- 
perary, and by her had : 

I. Donogh, who d. young. 

I. Elizabeth, who m. twice : first, 
to Charles MacDonnell, and 
secondly to Thomas Keane. 

Christopher, of Ennistymon, 
secondly m. Mary dau. of Randal 
MacDonnell, and by her had : 

II. Edward, of whom presently. 

III. James. 

128. Edward, of Ennistymon : 
second son of Christopher ; m. 
Susanna, dau. of Henry O'Brien, 
of Stone Hall, and had one son 
and three daughters : 

I. Christopher, of whom presently. 

I. Mary. 

II. Anne, 

III. Harriett. 

129. Christopher: son of Edward; 
living in the early part of the 
nineteenth century. 



134 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



185.— THE " O'BRIEN " FAMILY, 

Viscounts Clare. 

Sir Donal, the third son of Coiinor O'Brien, the third Earl of Thomond, 
who is No. 123 on the "O'Brien" (Kings of Thomond) pedigree, was 
the ancestor of this branch of that family : 



124. Sir Donal : sou of Connor : 
Lord of Moyarta and Carrignoulta ; 
created Viscount Clare by King 
Charles II., in 1662; m. Catherine, 
dan. of Gerald, Earl of Desmond, 
and d. in 1662, leaving : 

I. Connor of whom presently. 

II. Donogh, who d. 6 August, 
1638. 

III. Murrough : who left issue. 

IV. Teige, who m. Mary, dau. of 
Gerald Fitzgerald of Bailig- 
hane. 

125. Connor, the second Viscount: 
son of Sir Donal; d. in 1670; m. 
Honoria, dau. of Donal O'Brien, of 
Dough Castle, and had one son and 
six daughters : 

I. Daniel, of whom presently. 

I. Margaret, who m. Hugh (Fitz- 
Philip) O'Reilly, Lord of East 
Brefni. 

II. Ellen, who married Roger 
O'Shaughnessy, of Gort. 

III. Honoria, who m. John Fitz- 
Gerald, Knight of Kerry. 

IV. Catherine, whose second 
husband was John Mac- 
Namara, of Moyreisk. 

V. Sarah, who m. Donal 0' Sul- 
livan Beare. 

VI. Anne, who d. uum. 



126. Daniel, the third Viscount: 
son cf Connor ; fought and fell at 
the Battle of the Boyne, in 1690, in 
the cause of King James II. ; m. 
Philadelphia, eldest dau of Francis 
Leonard, the Lord Darce, and 
sister to Thomas, Earl of Sussex, 
and had : 

I. Daniel, the fourth Viscount, 
who d. unm. in 1697. 

II. Charles, the fifth Viscount. 

127. Charles, the fifth Viscount 
Clare*: son of Daniel; was mortally 
wounded on "- Bamillies' Bloody 
Field;' on the 11th of May, 1706, 
and dying at Bruxelles was interred 
in the Irish Monastery in that City. 
He m. the dau. of Henry Buckley, 
and had : 

I. Charles, of whom presently. 
I. Laura, who m. the Count de 
Bretuil. 

128. Charles, the sixth Viscount, 
who d. 1761 : the sou of Charles ; 
was presented by his cousin Henry, 
Earl of Thomond, to King George 
the First, who assured the said 
Charles of pardon of the outlawry 
in which he continued by the 
attainder of his grandfather in 1691, 
provided he (No. 128) conformed 
to the Protestant Religion ; but 



* Viscount Clare : This is the Lord Clare to whom the following lines refer 

When, on Kamillies' J^loody Field, 
The baffled French were forced to yield, 
The victor Saxon backward reeled 

Befor3 the cliarse of Clare's Dragoons. 



Chorus. 

Viva la, for Ireland's wrong I 
Viva la, for Ireland's right ! 
Viva la, in battle throng, 
For a Spanish steed, and sabre bright 



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135 



Charles declined, and joined the 
Irish Brigade in the service of 
France. He commanded SiiFontenoif'- 
(ITIS), and distinguished himself 
at the head of the Irish Troops in 
that well-contested field ; and on 
the eve of that Battle was promoted 
to the rank of Lieutenant-General, 
and Marshal of Thomond, Gov- 
ernor of New Brisack (in Alsace) ; 
and Captain-General of the Province 
of Languedock,for his distinguished 
services at Laufeldt, in 1747. In 



1755, he m. Mary-Genevieve- 
Louisa Ganthier de Chiffreville, 
Marchioness de Chiffreville, in 
Normandy, and had a son and a 
daughter : 

I. Charles, of whom presently. 

I. Antonietta-Maria-Septimanie, 
who m. the Duke de Choiseuil- 
Praslin, and had issue. 

129. Charles, seventh Viscount, 
who d. s.p. at Paris, 29th Dec. 1774 ; 
since which time the title has re- 
mained in abeyance. 



136.— THE "O'BYENE" FAMILY, 

Of Ballycapjjle. 

Eaymond, second son of the renowned Feagh (M'Hugh) O'Bynie, 
called by the English " The Firebrand of the Mountains,'" and described 
by historians as " one of the noblest spirits of his race and age," was 
ancestor of this branch of the " 0' Byrne " family. 



137. John O'Byrne : second sou 
of Garrett, who (see the Third 
Edition of our "Ieish Pedigrees") 
is No. 136 on the "O'Byrne," of 
Ballymanus genealogy ; settled in 
Duuganstown, and m. Miss Byrne 
of Wicklow. He had two sons : ' 

I. William, who m. Miss Bury, 
and had two sons : 

I. William. 

II. James, who m. Miss New- 
some, and had one dau. 
who is (in 1883) wife of 
Kobert Caldwell, of Wicklow. 

II. Garrett-Michael, of whom 
presently. 



138. Garrett-Michael: second son 
of John, succeeded to part of his 
father's lands in Ballycapple. His 
wife was descended from the 
O'Byrnes of Kiltimon. He had 
one son, William Colclough, and 
four daughters : 

I. William Colclough, of Avhom 
presently. 

I. Margaret, who married John 
Eedmond. 

II. Mary-Anne, who m. Joseph 
Byrne, who claimed descent 
from another chief branch of 
the " O'Byrne" race. She had 
eight sous and four daughters. 



* Fontenoy : At Fontenoy the Irish saved France from defeat when the battle was 
almost won by the English. As a last resource. Marshal Saxe ordered np his last 
reserve, the Irish Brigade, of which this Viscount Clare held the command : 

" Lord Clare," he says, " you have your wish ; there are your Saxon foes " ! 

The Marshal almost smiles to see, so furiously he goes ! 

How fierce the look these exiles wear, who're wont to be so gay ; 

The treasured ■\\Tongs of fifty years are in their hearts to-day : 

The Treaty broken, ere the ink wherewith 'twas writ could dry, 

Their plundei'ed homes, their ruined shrines, their women's parting crj', 

Their priesthood hunted down like wolves, their country overthrown ; 

J]ach looks as if revenge for all were staked on him alone. 

" On Fontenoj', on Fontenoy " ; nor ever yet elsewhere 

Rushed on to light a nobler band than these proud exiles were. 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



of whom four sons and the 
four daughters are living : 
1. James, 2. Grarrett-Michael, 
3. John-Kennedy, 4. WilHam- 
Andrew. The four daughters 
are : 1. Sarah, 2. Anne, 
8. Bride-Anna, 4. Juha-Mary- 
Ellen. Of these children : 

I. James, of Caiiow. 

II. Garrett- Michael O'Byrne 
the second son of said Mary- 
Anne, was M.P. for the co. 
Wexford, and resigned in 
June, 1883, after more than 
three years of faithful ser- 
vice to Ireland. 

III. John-0'Kennedy O'Byrne, 
the third son, m. Monica- 
Cecilia, dau. of Mr. Kennedy, 
author of several works of 
Irish Literature. This John 
assumed his wife's name 
before his own, and took the 
prefix 0' as the rigid right 
of his family. 

IV. Wilham. 

V. Andrew. 

VI. Sarah (in Eeligion " Mother 
Mary Chrisostom"), Rectress 
of the Sisters of Charity 
Convent, Kilkenny. 



VII. Anne, married to Joseph 
Anderson of Dublin. 

VIII. Bride. 

IX. Anne. 

X. Julia. 

XI. Mary. 

XII. Ellen, married to James 
J. Fowler, of London. 

III. Catherine : third daughter 
of Garrett-Michael O'Byrne, 
m, James Kinsella. 

IV. Julia, m. Abraham Manifold. 

139. William Colclough O'Byrne: 
son of Garrett-Michael ; still retains 
Ballycapple ; living in 1883. He 
m. Miss Byrne, sister of Charles 
Byrne, merchant, Dublin, and has 
three sons and two daus. living : 

I. Garrett-Michael, of whom 
presently. 

II. John- Joseph, of Dublin. 

III. William-Colclough, of Bally- 
capple, living in 1883. 

I. Margaret (widow. Mrs. Carr 
of Dunbur) living in 1883. 

II. Anna- Mary, unm. in 1888. 

140. Garrett-Michael O'Byrne, 
merchant, of Wicklow : son of 
William-Colclough O'Byrne ; living 
in 1883. 



137.— THE "O'CAHAN" FAMILY, 

Of Balhjmaclosty, County Londoiulerri/. 



Shane O'Cahan, Chief of his Name, 
who d. 1498, and who (see p. 332 
of the Third Edition of our "Irish 
Pedigrees ") is No. 115 on the 
"O'Cahan " (Princes of Limavady) 
genealogy, had : 

2. Donell (or Daniel), of Colryan 
(? Coolbryan), who had : 

3. Eichard, who had : 

4. "Quoy " (or Conbhach) Ballach 
O'Cahane, of Ballymaclosty, county 
Londonderry, who died 10 July, 
1637. He m. Una, dau. of Dermot 



O'Caban, of Lekyn, and had two 
sons : 

I. Manus, who m. Evelin, dau. 
of Cormack O'Neill. 

II. Eichard. 

5. Eichard: second son of "Quoy" 
Ballach ; m. Margaret, dau. of Sir 
Douogh O'Cahan, of Limavady, 
Knt., and had : 

I. Doiiogh. 

II. Eichard. 

6. Douoch O'Cahan : son of 
Eichard. 



PEDIGREES. 



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138.— THE "O'CARROLL" FAMILY, 

Of Coologe, County Roscommon. 



DoNOGH O'Carroll, of Coologe 
(known as Donogb ** Killiagh "), 
Esq., had : 

2. Ony, who had : 

3. Donogh "ne Killy," who had: 

4. William, of Coologe, who d. 
15 April, 1636. He m. Honora, 
dau. of John Meagher of Clonne, 
CO. Tipperary, gent., and had : 



I. Donogh, of whom presently. 

II. Kedagh. 

III. John. 

IV. Teige. 

V. Carle. 

VI. Ony. 

5. Donogh: eldest son of William; 
m. Katherine, dau. of Walter Bourke, 
of Borrisoleigh, co. Tipperary, Esq. 



189.— THE " O'CARROLL "- FAMILY, 

Of Qort, County Galway. 

Donogh, who (see p. 108 of the Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees") 
is No. 126 on the " O'Carroll (Princes of Ely) pedigree, married Dorothy, 
dau. of O'Kennedy of Ormond (by his wife Margaret, dau. of O'Brien of 
Ara), and had a dau. Mor, who m. her kinsman Robert O'Carroll ; and 
thirty sons whom he presented "in one troop of horse, all accoutred in 
habiliments of war, to the Earl of Ormond, together with all his interest 
for the service of King Charles the First." 

127. Donal (or Daniel) : one of 
those sons. 

128. John : his son. 
According to some authorities, 

this was the member of the family 
who was transplanted to Beagb, in 
the county Galway, by Cromwell. 
He m. Margaret Bermingham, dau. 
of Lord Athenry, and had two 
sons : 1. Redmond of Ardagh, 
2. Daniel. 

129. Daniel : second son of John 
of Beagh; became a Colonel of horse 



in the service of Queen Anne, by 
whom he was Knighted. He m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Jervis, 
Esq., of Southamptonshire, and 
had two sons : — 1. Daniel, 2, John. 
130. John: second son of Daniel; 
from whom descended the O'Car- 
rolls of Gort, represented in 1798 

by Carroll, whose dau. Mary 

m. a man named Kennedy, and 
was living at Tierneevan, near 
Kilmacduagh, county Clare, in 
1850. 



* O'Carroll: In 1641 O'Carroll's castle of Kinnity, in the barony of Ballybrit, 
King's County, was granted to Mr. Winter, by whojn it was held for Charles I. 
William Parsons, son of Lawrence, and nephew of Sir William, Lord Justice of 
Ireland, was constituted Governor of Ely-0'Carroll, and Constable of Birr Castle, 
which he garrisoned with his followers. His father, Surveyor-General, obtained in 
1620, from James L, a grant of the castle, fort, village and lands of Birr. This castle 
of Birr was besieged by the O'Carrolls in 1642 ; but Sir Charles Coote, father of the 
first Earl of Monti-ath, who came to its relief, obliged them to raise the siege. It 
was taken by general Preston in 1643, and held by him for the Confederate Catholics, 
until 1650, when it was taken for the Commonwealth, by Ileniy Ireton, Oliver 
Cromwell's son-in-law. 



138 



lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



140.— THE "O'CONNOR" FAMILY, 

Of Annayh, County Roscommon. 



TiELOGH O'Connor, of Armagh, 
had : 

2. Carbery, who had : 

3. PheHmy Buoy, who had : 

4. Tirlogh, who had : 

5. TMogh of Armagh, who d.June, 
1638. This Tirlogh m. Benmy, 
dau. of Dualtach MacConnor of 



Tulsk, CO. Roscommon, gent., and 
liad one sou and one daughter : 

I. John. 

I. Una, who m. Daniel Albanah. 

6. John O'Connor : sou of 
Tirlogh ; m. Mor, dau. of William 
Flanagan. 



141.— THE "O'CONNOR" FALEY- FAMILY, 

In America. 

Commencing with Conchobhar, who (see p. 348 of the Third Edition of 
our " Irish Pedigrees") is No. 103 on the "O'Connor Faley" Genealogy, 
the following is the X3edigree of this branch of that family : 



103. Conchobhar ("conchobhar": 
Irish, the helping warrior) : son of 
Flannegan (or Flanchadh) ; a quo 
0' Conchobhair Failge, anglicised 
O'Connor Faley. 

104. Maolmordha : his son. 

105. Fioun ; his son. 

106. Cougallach : his son. 

107. Conchobhar : his son. 

108. Braorban : his son. 

109. Dunsleibhe : his son. 

110. Cougallach : his son. 

111. Murtagh: his son. 

112. Couaibhueach : his son. 

113. Donoch : his sou. 

114. Murtagh: his son. 

115. Maolmordha : his son. 

116. Murtagh, of Kilkenny : his 
son. Had five brothers : 1. Flaith- 
eartach, 2. Tumaltach, 3. Inreach- 
tach, 4. Irgalach, 5. Cathasach. 

117. Murtagh, of Dublin: his 
son. 



118. 
son. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 



Murtagh, of Carrig : his 



Murtagh Oge : his son. 
Moroch : his son. 
Calaoch : his sou. 
Conn : his son ; had a 
brother named Dermod. 

123. Cahir : son of Conn ; had 
a brother named Tirloch. 

124. Patrick : son of Cahir ; had 
two brothers — 1. Cahir, 2. Brian. 

125. Teige son of Patrick 

126. Patrick O'Connor Faley ; 
his son ; living in 1691. 

127. Brian : his sou. 

128. John : his sou ; had a 
brother named Christopher. This 
John had two sons, namely: — 1. 
Christopher ; 2. Nicholas, of whom 
presently. 

This Christopher was b. circa 
16 April, 1759 ; went to India in 
1783 ; returned to Ireland, and 



* Faley : This epithet is derived from Ros Failgeach ("failgeach": Irish, abounding 
with rings), the eldest son of Cathair Mor, the 109th Monarch of Ireland ; and a quo 
Hy- Failgeach, meaning the descendants of this Rosa Failgeach, and, afterwards, the 
name of the territory itself which they possessed, Avhich has been therefrom anglicised 
Offaley, and which is the origin of the epithet applied to the O'Connors of this 
territory— namely, the O'Connors "Faley," signifying the O'Connors of Ofahij. 



tEDlGEEES. 



139 



emigrated to America ; he was 
living in Philadelphia in 1798 ; 
was twice m. : first to . . . ; 
secondly to Ann Maria, dau. of 
Archibald, and sister of the late 
Judge Eandall. Christopher d. 
27 April, 1820 ; most of his descen- 
dants retm-ned to France ; his 
male line became extinct by the 
death of his sou Arthur Emmett 
O'Connor, s.p. in 1880. 

129. Nicholas : the second son 
of John ; b. 1785 ; was educated 
in France ; emigrated to America 
and was living in Philadelphia, 
where, in 1809, he m. Sarah, 
granddaughter of General Eoss ; he 
d. 28 Jan., 1822. 



130. John-Christopher, of New 
York City : son of Nicholas ; b. 9th 
Mar.,1811 ; m. 24 Dec, 1838, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Capt. Richard and 
Barriet (Miles) Hepburn ; living 
in 1888. 

131. John-Christopher O'Connor, 
of New York City, Alderman, living 
in 1883 : eldest son of John- 
Christopher; b. 20 Aug., 1847; 
m., 15 Nov., 1881, Maria-Jepsou,* 
dau. of Colonel Henry A. V. Post, 
of New York City, by his wife 
Maria Farquhar Taylor,* dau. of 
Greorge Elliott Taylor, of the 
Taylors of Pennington, England. 



142.— THE "O'DONEL" FAMILY, 

Of Leitrim and Greyjiekl. 

Hugh Buidhe [boy] , brother of Sir Niall Garbh [garv] who (See p. 850 
of the Third Edition of our " Ieish Pedigrees ") is No. 128 on the 
"O'Donnell" (Princes of Tirconuell) genealogy, was the ancestor of this 
branch of that family. 



123. Hugh Buidhe : second son 
of Con ; d. 1649. 

124. John: his son; d. 1665. 
Had two sons : 

I, Hugh, who was called Ball- 
dearg 0' Domhnaill{^^\)Q\\diQaxg" : 
Irish, red spot), was living in 
1690 ; was Chief of his Name 
in 1701 ; and left no issue. 

II. Connell. 

125. Connell: second son of 
John ; appointed Lieutenant of the 
county Donegal, by King James 
the Second, in 1689. 

126. Hugh of Larkfield, county 
Leitrim: his son; d. 1754. This 
Hugh had three sons : 



I. Conal, Count O'Donel, Knight 
Grand Cross of the Order of 
Maria Theresa ; Governor- 
General of Transylvania ; and 
a Field Marshal in the Austrian 
Service. He d. unm. in 1771. 

II. John, Count O'Donel, a Gen- 
eral in the same service who 
had : 

I. Hugh, a Major in the 
Austrian Service, who was 
killed at Nervinden. 

III. Con, of Larkfield, 

127. Con, of Larkfield: third son 
of Hugh. This Con had two sous : 
I. Hugh, of Greyfield, of whom 
presently. 



* Jephson : For the lineage of this family, see Burke's Peerage, title " Norreys "; 
and for the lineage of the Taylors of Pennington, England, see Burke's Landed 
Gentry, and History of the Commoners. 



146 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



II. Con, of Larkfield. 

128. Hugh, of Greyfield, county 
Roscommon : the elder son of Con ; 
d. in 1848, aged 84 years. This 
Hugh had three sons : 

I. Con, of whom presently. 

II. Hugh. 

III. Kobert. 

129. Con : eldest son of Hugh of 
Greyfield; d. in 1825. This Con 
had an only child : 

130. The Kev. Constantino 
O'Donel, A.B., formerly Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Allenheads, but now 
(1883) Eector of Thockrington, and 



Minister of Kirkheaton, Northum- 
berland, England. This Rev. Con- 
stantine has two sons and two 
daughters : 

I. Constantine-Eichard-Annesley, 
of whom presently. 

II. Hugh Roe, b. in 1861. 

I. Mary. 

II. Rose. 

The three children living in 1883. 

131. Constantine-Eichard Annes- 
ley O'Donel : elder son of the Rev. 
Constantino O'Donel ; b. in 1851, 
and living in 1888. 



143.— THE "O'DONEL" FAMILY, 

Of Larh field, Co. Leitrim ; and, Greyjield, Co. Roscommon. 

Con, a younger son of Con who is No. 127 on the (foregoing) ''O'Donel" 
(of Leitrim and Greyfield) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of 
that family. 



128. Con, of Larkfield : second 
son of Con ; d. Cw-ra 1835. 

129, John, of Larkfield: his son ; 
d. 1874. 



130. Hugh O'Donel, of Larkfield: 
his son ; b. 1844. Had a younger 
brother named John, b. in 1862 : 
both living in 1877. 



144.- THE "O'DONOVAN" FAMILY,^ 

Lords of Clan Cahill. 



123. Donall (2): son of Donall; 
succeeded his father Donal I. in 
1584 ; built Eahine Castle in 1607 ; 
burned to the ground the house of 
the Protestant Bishop at Ross, 
which had been a short time before 
built by William Lyon, Protestant 
Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Eoss : 
died in 1639. In February, 1592, 
his brother Teige attempted to 
depose this Donal on the score of 
"illegitimacy," but failed. Had 
three sons : Donall, Eichard, and 
Edmund. 



124. Donall (8) : his son ; was a 
man distinguished both in peace and 
war, admired by his friends and 
respected by his enemies. During 
the Cromwellian wars he joined 
the Stuart side, with the Earl of 
Castlehaven. His principal seat 
was Eahine in Myross. His estates 
were forfeited by Cromwell. He 
died in 1660. Had two brothers : 
1. Eichard, 2. Edmund. 

125. Donall(4):sonofDonall(3); 
possessed none of the family estates 
at his father's death. He petitioned 



* Family: See the Family Genealogy in the Tliird Edition of our "Irish 
Pedigrees." 



PEDIGREES. 



141 



King Charles II., to restore them 
to him. The King wrote to the 
Government in Dublin, directing 
their attention to the matter; the 
result being that a portion of the 
Manor of Kahine was restored to 
him, but no part of the Manor of 
Castle Donovan, which the King, 
by patent, in the eighteenth year 
of his reign, granted to Lieutenant 
Nathaniel Evanson. A copy of 
the King's letter was preserved at 
Banlahan, and lay in the possession 
of Edward Powell. In 1684, 
O'Donovan was put on his trial for 
"High Treason," but was acquitted. 
He afterwards became colonel of 
a regiment of foot in the service of 
King James II., and was Deputy 
Governor of Charles Fort (Cork), 
in 1690, when it was attacked by 
Marlborough and forced to sur- 
render. He died about 1703. 

126. Captain Richard O'Donovan: 
son of Donall (4) ; married, in 
1703, Eleanor Fitzgerald, dau. of 
the Knight of Kerry, by whom he 
had several children : — 1. Donall, 
his successor ; 2. Eichard, who 
died unm, ; and some daughters, 
the eldest of whom was Elizabeth, 
who m, Sylvester O'Sullivan, head 
of the sept called "MacFineenduff," 
of Derreenavurrig, near Kenmare, 
in the County of Kerry, by whom 
she had a numerous issue. 

127. Donall (5) : son of Captain 
Eichard ; m., in his 18th year, 
Anne, dau. of James Kearney of 
Garrettstown. He m. secondly, in 
1763, in his 60th year, Jane, dau. 
of John Beecher, of Holleybrook 
(she 15 years old), by whom he 
had four children ; she died in 1812. 
Donall (5) died in 1778. The 



children were : — 1. Eichard, a 
general in the English Army ; 2. 
John, a Captain in the English 
Army ; 3. Ellen, m. John Warren 
of Codrum, d. s.p. 1840 ; 4. Jane, 
d. unm., 1833. Donall, in his 
will, dated December, 1778, in 
case of failure of issue, male and 
female, in his sons, left the rever- 
sion of his estates to Morgan 
O'Donovan, Esq., then living in 
the City of Cork, and grandfather 
of O'Donovan, of Montpelier and of 
The O'Donovan of Lis Ard, near 
Skibbereen. He was buried in the 
church of Myross, as was also his 
second wife. 

128. Eichard (2) : his son ; born 
in 1764, d. s.p. in 1829. Married 
in 1800 Emma-Anne-Powell (d. 
1832), a Welsh lady ; he was Colonel 
in the Enniskillen Dragoons, and 
afterwards a General in the English 
Army ; he was an intimate ac- 
quaintance of the English Prince 
Eegent, and saved the life of the 
Duke of York during the retreat of 
the English Army from Holland. 
This Richard upset his grandfather 
Donall's Will " by levying fines 
and suffering a recovery " of the 
property which he willed to his 
wife. At her death she willed the 
estate to her brother Major Powell, 
one of whose sons — Colonel Powell 
— now, 1882, enjoys its possession. 

By Eichard's death tlie senior 
branch of the " O'Donovan'" family 
became extinct. But (see Note (§), 
p. 115 of the Third Edition of our 
"Irish Pcdigrees") from Edmund, 
a younger brother of Donall who 
is No. 124 on this Genealogy, the 
descent is continued down to our 
time. 



145.— THE "O'GAEA" FAMILY. 

The O'Garas were lords of the territory of Luighne, now forming and 
giving name to the barony of Leyney or Lieney, in the county of Sligo, 



142 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



whence they were expelled by the MacJordans and MacCostelloes 
(families of Anglo-Norman descent), and they were obliged to remove 
into Cuil-O'hhFlonn, now the barony of "Coolaviu," in that county. 
They are sometimes styled lords of Sliabh Lngha, a district on the confines 
of Sligo and Mayo ; comprising, besides lands in the former, a large 
portion of the barony of Costello, in the latter county. Sliabh Lugha, 
as well as the country of Luighne, derives its name from Luig, son of 
Cormac Galeng, son of Teige, son of Cian, the third son of Olioll Olum, 
King of Munster, who (see the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") 
is No. 84 on the " MacCarthy Mor " pedigree. 

Fargal O'Gara, who is No. 120 and the last name on the pedigree, 
and whose Estates were confiscated under the Cromwellian Settlement, 
was M.P. for the county Sligo, from 24 March, 1628, till 30 May, 1640. 
He was educated in Trinity College, Dublin ; and was the first of the 
family that conformed to the late Established Church in Ireland. 



146.— THE "O'GEADY" FAMILY. 

The O'Gradys were lords of Cineal Donghaile, a territory in the county 
of Clare, forming the present barony of Lower Tulla ; as we learn by 
O'Heerin : 

" O'Grady seized the entire lands 

Of tlie profitable Cineal Donghaile ; 

Yellow-hilted and keen his sword, 

And sledge heavy are the blows of his forces in conflict." 



120. Donal, contemporary with 
John, who (see the Third Edition 
of our " Irish Pedigrees") is No. 
120 on the " O'Grady" genealogy ; 
slain in 1309. 

121. Hugh : his son. 

122. William: his son. 

123. Donal : his son. 

124. Gilla-Duff: his son. 

125. Mathew : his son. 

126. Donogh : his son. 



127. Dermod : his son. 

128. Thomas : his son. 

129. John : his son. 

130. Thomas : his son. 

131. John : his son. 

132. Gerald : his son. 

133. Gerald de Courcy O'Grady, 
Esq., J.P., of Kilballyowen: his son; 
commonly called The O'Grady ; 
living in 1865. 



147.— THE " O'HARA ' FAMILY, 

Of Crehilly, County Antrim. 

Rory-Ballach of Dundromart, co. Antrim, Esq., who (See p. 119 of the 
Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees") is No. 119 on the " O'Hara" 
(of the Route) pedigree had : 



120. John (or Shane) O'Hara. 

121. Cathal (or Charles) of 
Crebilly, co. Antrim : his son, who 



d. 23 May, 1639. He m. Margaret, 
dau. of " Dool Oge" MacDuflfy, co. 
Antrim, and had ; 



PEDIGREES. 



148 



I. Cormack, who m. Margaret, 
daughter of Thomas Walsh of 
Curnemony, and had : Teige. 

II. Sorley (or " Surrell "). 

122. Sorley: second son of 
Cathal ; m. Mary, dau. of John, 
son of Brian O'Neill, and had : 

I. Owen, of whom presently. 

II. Hugh. 

III. Ceallach. 

123. Owen: eldest sou of Sorley ; 
had : 



I. Hamilton of Crebilly. 

II. Brian. 

124. Brian : second son of Owen. 

125. Brian (or Bernard) : son of 
Brian ; he retired to Scotland, con- 
sequent on the troublous times in 
Ireland, in 1798. The present 
representative of this Brian, is Mr. 
W. J. O'Hara, of Montreal, Canada, 
living in 1883. 



148.— THE "O'HERLIHY" FAMILY, 

Of Ballyivorny, County Cork. 



William O'Hieelyhy, of Bally- 
worny, co. Cork, had : 

2. Daniel, who had : 

3. William, who had : 

4. Daniel, who d. 2 Mar., 1637. 
This Daniel m. twice : his first 
wife was Giles, dau. of Art O'Leary, 
by whom he had four sons : 

I. WilHam. 

II. Teige. 

III. Daniel. 



IV. Thomas. 

The second wife of Daniel was 
Sheela, dau. of Maelmor Mahony, 
by whom he had four sons : 

V. Connor. 

VI. Maurice. 

VII. Donogh. 

VIII. David. 

5. William O'Herlihy : eldest 
son of Daniel. 



149.— THE " O'HURLEY " FAMILY, 

Lords of KnocHony. 

The O'h- UrthaiW or CHurJey family derive their sirname and descent 
from Urthaile Ard, son of Heber (of the race of Brenan Ban), son of 
Blad, son of Cas (a quo Dal Cas or the Dalcassians), son of Conall Each- 
luath, who (see p. 103 of the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") 
is No. 90 on the " O'Brien " (of Thomond) genealogy. The O'Hurleys 
were formerly Chiefs of the territory forming the parish of Knocklong, 
in the barony of Costlea, county of Limerick, where the ruins of their 
castle of Knocklong, and of an old church, the foundation of this family, 
still exist ; of the parish of Kilruane, in the barony of Lower Ormond, 
county of Tipperary, where the ruins of their ancient castle of Rath- 
Hurly may be seen ; of the country forming the parish of Kilcullane, 
barony of Small, county of Limerick, where they erected the castle of 

* O'h-Vrthaild : For an Oli-Urtlmih family, see No. 99 on the " MaclNamara " 
Genealogy, p. 100 of the Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees." 07/- Vrthuile also 
has been anglicised 0' Hurley, etc. 



144 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Kilcullane in 1464 ; of the parish of Kilnelonahan, in the baronies of 
Coshnia and Pnbblebrien, same county, where Dermod O'Hurley, Chief 
of his Clan, built a strong castle in the early part of the 15tli century; 
and (as we are informed by Giolla-na-Neev O'Heerin) of the territory of 
Triocha-Hy-Bloid, the situation of which cannot now be correctly 
ascertained. 

Commencing with Dermod na Darach, the following is the family 
pedigree : 

William : his son. 
Heber : his son. 
Urthaile : his son. 
Tadg (or Teige) : his son. 
Donogh Airm : his son. 
Cormac : his son. 
Teige : his son. 
William Ganaig : his son'. 
Cormac : his son. 
Donal : his son. 



1. 


Dermod na Darach. 


11. 


2. 


Donogh an Caladh : his son. 


12. 


3. 


Donal Oge : his son. 


13. 


4. 


Murchadh Mor : his son. 


14. 


5. 


John Mor : his son. 


15. 


6. 


Connor an Locha : his son. 


16. 


7. 


Thomas : his son. 


17. 


8. 


Eaghnal : his son. 


18. 


9. 


Philip : his son. 


19. 


10. 


Maurice : his son. 


20. 



From Donal No. 20 Descended 



1. Teige O'Hurley, Chief of his 
name, and lord of Knocklong : 
father of : 

2. Dermod, of Knocklong, who 
had a daughter Juliana (who was 
m. to Edmund Oge de Courcy, of 
Kinsale, by whom she had John, 
the 18th Baron of Kinsale), and two 
sons: — 1. John, 2. Thomas. 

3. Thomas, of Knocklong : 
younger son of Dermod ; attended 
Perrott's memorable Parliament of 
1585. Had two sous — 1. Randal, 
founder of Ballinacarrig Castle, 2. 
Maurice. 

4. Maurice of Knocklong : second 
son of Thomas, whose Will, dated 
1634, in the Pubhc Record Office, 
Dublin. In 1601, he obtained a 



Patent for a weekly market to be 
held at Knocklong on Tuesdays ; 
and two fairs each year, to be 
held on the 28th of May and 1st .of 
October. He m. twice : first, Eacia 
Thornton, who d. s.p. ; and 
secondly, Grania, dan. of O'Hogan, 
by whom he had a son. Sir Thomas 
of Knocklong, of whom presently. 
This Maurice d. ciira 1632, and 
was interred in the churchyard 
of Emly, where a slab four feet long 
by two and a half feet in breadth, 
exhibiting the inscription,''' given 
in foot Note, was erected to his 
memory. The inscription is in 
relief ; and at the lower corner of 
the slab is carved an old tree, in 
allusion to the ancient seal of 



Inscription : The following is a true copy of that inscription : 

" Per illustris Dominus D. Mauritius Hurleus Ai-miger Monumentum, 
Hoc sibi sisq. charissimus conjugibus Granite Hogante et 
Kacise Thorentonce totiq. posteritati posuit elaborariq. fecit. 

An, Di. 1C32. 
Hie jacet Hospitii, cohimen, pretatis Asyhnn, 

Ingenio clarus, clarus et eloquio, 
Laus patrice, lituni supssor, pacis amator, 
Regula justitife, religiones ebur, 



PEDIGKEtSS. 



145 



Knocklong, the old name of which 
was Cnoc-na-Daraigh, i.e. the " Hill 
of Oaks." 

5. Sir Thomas of Knocklong : 
son of Maurice ; m. Joanna, dau. 
of John Brown, of Mount Brown, 
county of Limerick, and had : 

I. Sir Maurice, of whom presently. 

II. John, who had, besides three 
daughters, a son John, who had 
a son Jolm, who was a Colonel 
in the army of King James II., 
King of England. 

I. Catherine, who m. Pierce, Lord 

Dunboyne. 
XL Anne, who m. Daniel 

O'Mulryau. 

III. Grace,who m. Walter Bourke. 

IV. Elinora, who m. David Barry, 
of Eahinisky, by whom she had 
Edmund, Queen Anne's foster- 
father. 



G. Sir Maurice, of Knocklong, 
who was a Member of the " Supreme 
Council " of Kilkenny, in 1647. 
His estates were seized by Crom- 
well, who transplanted the old 
Baronet to Galway, where he d. 
in 1683. His son : 

7. Sir William sat in King 
James's Parliament, of 1689, as 
M.P. for Kilmallock. He m. Mary, 
dau. of Colonel Blount (by his wife, 
the sister of Walter Bourke above 
mentioned), and had : 

8. Sir John Hurley, who, in 
1714, was arrested in Dublin, on a 
charge of having raised a body of 
troops for the " Pretender." He 
made his escape from prison, but 
of his subsequent career we know 
nothing. Had a sou John. The 
descendants of this John lived at 
Drumacoo, near Kinvara, in 1840. 



150.— THE "O'HUELEY" FAMILY, 
Of Ballinacarrig. 



Eandal : son of Thomas O'Hurley, 
who is No. 3 on the foregoing 
genealogy, and who attended 
Perrott's Parliament in 1585, 
erected the Castle of Ballinacarrig, 
near Dunmanway, in the county of 
Cork. He m. Catherine Collins, 
dau. of O'-Collins, a Chief in Carbery, 
and had : 

5. Randal Oge Dubh, who m. 
Ellen de Courcy, dau. of John, 
18th Baron of Kinsale, and had : 



6. Randal Oge Beag, who was 
outlawed by the English in 1641. 
He m. twice : first, a dau. of Teige 
Oursie MacCarthy, of Dunmanway, 
by whom he had : 

I. Eandal. 

His second wife was the widow 
of Gerald, 19th Lord of Kinsale, by 
whom he had : 

II. " Dermond," mentioned in 
the " Depositions " made in 
1641. 



Hostibus Hurleus fuit hostis, amicus 

Mauricms moderans tempora teinporibus. 
Fax fidei, fulerum miserorum, gemma vivorum, 

Stemmatis aiiticjiii gloria magna sui. 
Huic decus, huic probitas, suis corporis integramille 

Naturae dotes unicus onme capit. 
Vixisti mundo, vives in saecula vivis, 

Fortuna felix prole perexinia, 
Ergo vive Deo vivo ciii vivere vita est 

Sic tibi daute Deo vita prennis erit. 

Sumptibus Hurljei fabricaruut boc Moniimentum, 
Patricius Kerryl, Nicholaus Cowly." 



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IKiSil AND ANGLO-lUlSii 



III. Daniel, 
garra." 



called " of Drorn- 



7. Kandal : the eldest son of 
Randal Oge Beag ; was outlawed 
with his father, in 1641. He had : 

8. Randal, of Ballincarrig, who 
had : 

I. Randal, of whom presently. 
I. Angelina, who was m. to 

Cormac Glas MacCarthy, who 

is No. 125 on the " MacCarthy 

Glas " pedigree. 

This branch of the family is now (1883) represented in Ireland by 
the O'Hurleys, of Drimoleague, co. Cork, who are descended from Teige, 
the eldest son of Randal, No. 10 here mentioned. 



9. Randal: sou of Randal, whose 
eldest son was : 

10. Randal, who had three sons : 

I. Teige. 

11. Fingin. 
III. Randal Oge. 

II. Randal Oge: third son of 
Randal ; whose eldest son was : 

12. John O'Hurley, who, rirca, 
1810, emigrated with his family to 
America. 



151.— THE "O'HURLEY 

Of Tralcc. 



FAMILY, 



John OHurley, a younger son of 
Sir Thomas, who is No. 5 on the 
Knocklong branch of this family, 
had : 

7. John, a Colonel in the Army 
of King James II., who had : 

8. Charles, who had : 

9. Donogh, who m. Anne, dau, of 
Robert Blenuerhassett (by his wife 
Avice Conway), and had live sons : 

I. Charles, of whom presently. 

II. Thomas, who m. the dau. of 
Thomas Blennerhassett. 

III. John. 

IV. Donogh. 

V. WiUiam. 

And three daughters : 
I. Alice. 
n. Avice. 
III. Sarah. 



10. Charles, who had: 

11. John, who had two sons: 

I. The Rev. R. C. Hurley, V.G. 

II. John, 

12. John : second son of John ; 
was a Clerk of the Crown for the 
CO. of Cork, and, at his decease (in 
185 — ) left two sons : 

I. John, of Fenit. 

II. Robert. 

13. Robert Conway O'Hurley : 
second son of John. Was twice 
married : first, to a dau. of Arthur 
Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy ; and, 
secondly, to Miss Colleton, dau. 
of Sir R. Colleton, Bart. This 
Robert was alive in 1865, was a 
Barrister-at-Law, and a Member of 
the ]\Iunster Bar. 



152.— THE '^ O'KELLY " FAMILY, 

Of Aughrim, Count)/ Oalwaij. 



Kellah O'Kelly, of Aughrim, co. 
Galway, Chief of his Name, had : 

2. Ferdoragh, who had : 

3. Melrtghliu, of Aughrim, who 



d. Dec, 1637. He was twice m. : 
first to Onora, daughter of William 
Bourke, of Cloghchrok, co. Galway, 
Esq., by whom he had two sous: 



PEDIGREES. 



14? 



I. Teige. 

II. Hugh, s.p. 

The second wife of Melaghlin 
was Rose, dau. of Arthur, Viscount 
Iveagh (and the widow of Maelmorra 
O'Reilly), by whom he had a son : 

III. John. 

And Melaghlin's third wife was 



Gyles, dau. of Sir Hugh O'Conor 
Don, by whom he had three sons : 

IV. Brian. 

V. Ferdoragh. 

VI. Kellagh. 

4. Teige O'Kelly : eldest son of 
Melaghlin. 



153.— THE ''O'KELLY" FAMILY, 

Of Callagh, County Galwaij. 



DoNOGH O'Kelly, of Callagh, co. 
Galway, Esq., had : 

2. William, who had : 

3. Melaghlin, who had : 

4. WilUam, of Callagh, Esq., 
who had : 

5. Teige, of Clonbreak, who had : 

6. Connor, of Clonbreak, who 
had : 

7. Donal, of Down, co. Galway, 
who had : 

8. Donal Reagh, who had : 



9. Donogh, of Down, gent., who 
d. 1639. He m. Mary, daughter of 
Richard Bourke of Ballynacreagh, 
gent., CO. Galway, and had : 

10. Melaghlin, whose first wife 
was Una, daughter of "Doo Dala" 
O'Kelly, of Fohananin, co. Galway, 
gent. ; and whose second wife was 
Katherine, dau. of Enehan O'Kelly. 

11. Donogh O'Kelly : son of said 
Melaghlin. 



154.— THE "OLIVER" FAMILY, 
Of Drogheda. 



John Oliver, of Drogheda, gent., 
had : 

2. Christopher, of Drogheda, who 
d. in 1636. He m. Marv, dau. of 



William Prise, of Drogheda, gent., 
and had : 

3. Anna Oliver, b. in 1630. 



155.— THE " O'MEARA " FAMILY, 

Of Lisinisky, County Tipperary. 



Donal O'Mei^ra had : 

2. William, of Lismisky, co. 
Tipperary, his son and heir, who 
had: 

8. Teige, of Lismisky, gent., who 
d. 30 April, 1636, and was bur. in 
the Abbey of Cloumel. He m. 
Honora, dau. of Robert Grace, of 



Corktown, co. Kilkenny, Esq., and 
had three sons and two daughters : 

I. Daniel. 

II. William. 

III. Patrick. 
I. Ellin. 

IL Elan. 

4. Daniel O'Meara: son of Teige. 



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156.— THE " O'MOLLOY " FAMILY, 

Of Aghadonoher, King's County. 



"Cocoghery" O'Molloy, of Kil- 
manalian, had : 

2. Eory, who had : 

3. John, who had : 

4. Donogh, of Aghadouoher (now 
" Aghadonagh "), in the harouy of 
Bally CO wan, King's County, who 
d, 16 Nov., 1637. He m. E lienor, 
dau. of Andrew Briscoe, of Stra- 
liyker, King's County, gent., and 
had three sons and two daughters : 



I. Dominick. 

II. Cosnyagh. 

III. Eory. 

The daughters were : 

I. Margaret, who m. Hobart 
Farrell, of Aghadonoher, 
gent. 

II. Sheela. 

5. Dominick O'Molloy : son of 
Donogh. 



157.— THE "O'NAUGHTEN" FAMILY, 

Of Lish'ci, Countg Roscommon. 



MuRTOGH Buoy O'Naughten had : 

2. Donogh, who had : 

3. Rory Duffe, who had : 

4. Dermod Keagh, of Lislea, co. 
Koscommon, who d. 1. Jan., 1637. 
He m. Unali, dau. and co-heir of 



MacHugh Buoy O'Kelly, and had : 

I. Murtogh, of whom presently. 

II. Dermod. 

5. Murtogh O'Naughten : sou of 
Dermod Eeagli ; m. Katheriue, dau. 
of Donal O'Brien, of Westmeath. 



158.— THE '' ONEYLON " FAMILY, 

Protestant Bishop of Hilda le. 



Daniel O'Neylon, Bishop of Kil- 
dare ; living in 1583. 

2. William, of Turlagh, county 
Clare : his son. 

3. Daniel, of Turlagh: his son; d. 
2 March, 1639. He m. Mary, dau. of 
Tirlogh MacMahou, of Clondral- 
lagh, CO. Clare, and had four sons : 



I. William. 

II. Daniel. 

III. Michael. 

IV. John. 

4. William O'Neylon 
Daniel. 



son of 



159.— THE "O'EEILLY" FAMILY, 

Of Ballynahern, County Wexford. 



Owen O'Eeilly had ; 

2. Arthur, who had : 

3. Hugh, who had : 

4. Cahir, who had : 

5. Morogh (his second son), of 
Ballynahern, co. Wexford, gent., 
who d. 5 Dec, 1638. He m. Joan, 



dau. of John MacDonough, of 
Ballanakilly, in the co. Wexford, 
and had : 

I. Cahir. 

II. Brian. 

6. Cahir O'Eeilly : sou of Morogh. 



PEDIGREE f!. 



149 



100.— THE "O'EEILLY" FAMILY, 

Of Timothan, Coiinty Dublin, 



Phelim O'Eeilly had : 

2. Hugh, of Lismyne, co. Cavan, 
who had : 

3. Glasney, of Parton, co. Meath. 

4. Barnaby, of Timothan, in the 
CO. Dublin : the fifth son of Glasney ; 
d. 29 June, 1638, He m. Kose, 



dau. of Kichard Arthur, of Cul- 
mullen, co. Meath, and had two 
sons : 1. Bartholomew, 2. Gerot. 

5. Bartholomew: son of Barnaby; 
m. Amy, dau. of Robert Usher, of 
Cromlin. 



IGL— THE '' O'ROURKE- " FAMILY, 

Chiefs of Car rha, County Leitrini. 

Arthur, one of the two younger brothers of Tiernan Oge who is No. 122 
on the " O'Rourke" (Princes of West Brefney) pedigree, was the ancestor 
of this branch of that family. 



122. Arthur : a younger son of 
Teige na Gcoir. 

123. Loghlan : his son. 

124. Shane : his son. 

125. Shane Oge : his son. 

126. Owen : his son ; married to 
Margaret Nugent, of the family of 
the Earls of Westmeath. 

127. Shane Oge : his son. 

128. Brian : his son : m. to 
Bridget O'Bourke, dau. of Owen 
Oge, who was son of Owen Mor, 
who was son of Tiernan, who was 
a brother of Brian na Mota, who is 
No. 126 on the foregoing (O'Eourke) 
pedigree. 

129. Owen : son of Brian. 

130. Count John O'Eourke, living 
in 1782 : his son ; had two 
brothers — 1. Brian, 2. Con. This 
Con, who was a colonel of horse, 
was m. to a niece of Count Lacy, 
who was a field marshal in the 
service of Austria. 



This John O'Rourke was born at 
a village near the ancient castle of 
Woodfort, in the county Leitrim, 
which was the residence of his 
ancestors. In his 25th year of age 
he went to London, where he re- 
mained for five years, experiencing 
many disappointments, but ulti- 
mately fixed on the military pro- 
fession as the best suited to his 
genius and disposition. In the 
first troop of Horse Guards he 
received the rudiments of arms ; 
but, being a Eoman Catholic, he 
was forced to resign. He then 
went to France, and presented to 
the King, at Versailles, a petition, 
specifying his princely origin, and 
praying for a regiment. In conse- 
quence of whicJa he was, in the 
year 1758, made a Captain of the 
" Eoyal Scotch " in that service. 
As a few instances of irregular pro- 
motions had been made in the 



* O'Bourke : In the Fiants Elizabeth, A.D. 1585, July 6th, is the following : 
" 4732. Commission to Sir Richard Bingham, Knight, Chief Commissioner of 
the Province of Connaught and Thomond ; Ullick, Eai'l of Clanrickard ; John, Bishop 
of Elfyn ; Lyseus, Bishop of Ardagh ; Edmd., Baron of Athenry ; Sir Thomas Le 
Strange, Knt., one of the Privy Council ; Thomas Dillon, Chief Justice of the Province ; 
Charles Calthorp, Attorney General ; Sir Brien O'Boivirk (and) Sir Donell O'Conor 
Sligo, Knights ; Owen O'Harte, and others, to be Commissioners under the Statute 
of ir Elizabeth in the Province of Connaught and Thomond, to survey all the 
' countries' in that Province that are not now their ground, and to divide them into 
counties, baronies or hundreds, or add them to any counties or baronies now being." — 
See Appendb' to 15th Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, Dublin. 



150 



lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



brigade, the lieutenauts were hurt 
at lais appomtment, and i-esolved to 
contest the matter with him. 
Accordingly this John O'Rourke, in 
the space of a few days, fought 
four duels, in which he gained 
great reputation — not more by his 
gallantry in the field, than by his 
honourably confessing that he 
thought it an injury to the national 
regiment, that he as a foreigner 
should be thrust upon them. He 
therefore gave up his commission, 
informing the French monarch that 
it was a dear purchase to fight for 
it every day. With strong recom- 
mendations from France to the 
Court of St. Petersburgh, John 
O'Eourke went to Russia, which 
being then engaged in a war with 
Prussia, was a scene for adventure 
and fame. He was appointed first 
major of horse cuirassiers in the 



regiment of body guards ; and, in 
the course of the war, he greatly 
distinguished himself, in particular, 
by storming the City of Berlin, 
which he laid under contribution. 
At the end of that war he returned 
to France with certificates of his 
gallant conduct from Peter the 
Third, Prince-General Wolkousky, 
and General de Sonverow ; and 
was appointed by King Stanislaus 
one of his chamberlains in the 
year 1704. In 1770 he was 
appointed by the French king a 
colonel of horse, was enrolled 
among the nobility of France, was 
granted a pension from the French 
civil list, and in 1774 was honoured 
with the order of St. Louis. 

For interesting incidents in the 
life of Count John O'Eourke, the 
reader is referred to the Bihernlan 
Magazine for March 1782. 



162.— THE " O'EOUEKE " FAMILY, 

Of Innismaijrath, County Leitrim. 

Owen, a younger brother of Brian-na-Mota, who is No, 126 on the 
"O'Eourke" (Princes of West Brefney) pedigree, was the ancestor of 
this branch of that family. 

126. Owen: son of Brian Ballach. 

127. Tiernan Ban : his son. 

128. Owen : his son, who fought 
against Sir Frederick Hamilton. 
Had two sons — 1. Hugh, 2. Owen." 

129. Hugh : the elder son of 
Owen ; living in 1688. 

130. Con : his only son. 

131. Douoch (or Denis) : his 
only son ; bad four sons — 1. John, 

2. Frank, 3. Michael, 4. Teige, all 
of whom left families. 

132. John : eldest son of Denis ; 
d. 11 Nov., 1845, aged eighty years, 
leaving three sons — 1. Hugh, 2. Con, 

3. Michael. Hugh d. 1846 ; his 



family have all left the country. 
Con d. 1846, s.p. 

133. Michael : youngest son of 
John ; d. 13 April, 1859, leaving 
five sons — 1. Denis ; 2. John, b. 
1838, and living in the parish of 
Innismagrath, county Leitrim ; 

3. Michael, b. in 1848, and living 
in Knoxville, Tennesse, U.S.A. ; 

4. Francis, b. in 1851, and living 
in Sydney, New South Wales ; 

5. James, b. 1856, and Teacher of 
Tarmon National School, Drum- 
keerin, co. Leitrim — all living in 
1882. 

134. Denis : eldest sou of 



*Owen: It is believed that this Owen's issue is extinct. A souvenir of him, 
preserved with jealous care in the family, made of cast iron, having thereon the 
armorial bearings of the O'Rourkes, and dated a.d. 1688, is now (1SS2) in tlie 
possession of Denis O'Rourke, who is No. 1.S4 on this pedigree. — See the "O'Rourke" 
Genealogy in the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees, 



PEDIGREES. 



151 



Michael; b. 22 Sept., 1836, and 
living in 1882 at Mount Allen, co. 
Eoscommon, as Teacher of the 
National School of that place ; 
mar. 30 June, 1860, Julia, dau. of 
Thomas Clarke, of Geevagh, co. 
Sligo, and has had issue thirteen 
children (seven sons and six 
daughters), of whom six sons and 



one daughter died in infancy. The 
surviving children were — 1. Kate ; 
2. Mary (d. 20 February, 1883) ; 
S.Julia-Bridget; 4. Elizabeth-Mary ; 
5. Teresa- Mary; 6. Francis- Joseph 
— all except Mary living in 1883. 

135. Francis- Joseph O'Rourke : 
son of Denis ; living at Mount 
Allen, in 1883. 



163.— THE "O'TOOLE"- FAMILY, 

Kings of Leinster ami Princes of ImaiJe. 

The Armorial Bearings+ are : Arm-i : Gu. a lion pass. ar. ; Crest: A boar pass. 
ppr. ; Motto : " Virtute et Fidelitate." 

CoMMENciNu with Cathair Mor, King of Leinster, who was the 109th 
Monarch of Ireland and (see the Third Edition of .our Irish Pedigrees) 
who is No. 89 on the " O'Connor" (Faley) pedigree, the following is the 
genealogy of this family : 



89. Cathair Mor, Monarch of 
Ireland : son of Felim Fiorurglas. 
Had amongst other children : 

1. Rosa Failgeach, from whom 
descended the O'Connor (Faley) ; 

2. Daire, ancestor of O'Gorman ; 

3. Comthanan, ancestor of Buff, of 
Leinster ; 4, Curigh, who was slain 
by Fionn Mac Cumhal (Finn Mac- 
Coole) ; 5. a daughter, Landabaria, 
who, according to the " Ogygia," 
p. 315, was the third wife of the 
(110th) Irish Monarch Conn Cead- 
cathach (or Conn of the Hundred 
Battles), who succeeded Cathair 
Mor in the Monarchy ; 6. Fiacha 
Baicheda. 



Curigh, No. 4 here mentioned, 
who was slain by Fionn MacCum- 
hal, had a son named Slectaire ; 
and a daughter named Uchdelbh 
(or Uchdamhuil), who was wife of 
Fionn Fothart, a son of Conn of the 
Hundred Battles. This Slectaire, 
son of Curigh, had a dau. Corcraine, 
who was the mother of Diarmid Ua 
Duibhne ; and of Oscar, son of Oissin. 

90. Fiacha Baicheda : youngest 
son of Cathair Mor ; d. 220. 

91. Breasal Bealach (" bealach": 
Irish, large-lipped) : his son ; a quo 
O'BealaigJi, anglicised 2?^//^//, Bailie, 
Bailg, Baglg, and Beivleg. Was the 
second Christian King of Leinster, 



*0' Toole or Ui TuatliaU : The O'Tooles were Kings of Leinster and Princes of Imaile 
(now the counties of Wicklow and Kildare), Chieftains of Ily-Murray. Castle Kevin, 
Glendalough, and Powerscourt; and Omey in West Connaught. We are indel)ted to the 
Rev. Patrick Laurence O'Toole, O.C.C.,Whitefriar-street Cliurch, Dublin, for permission 
to inspect an elaborate genealogy of this family in that gentleman's possession ; from 
which we here trace the genealogy more fully than we gave it in our •' Irish Pedigrees." 

t Armorial Bearings : According to other authorities tlie Armorial Bearings of 
the O'Tooles are : 

Arms — A white lion on red grounds (signifying a course without relaxation) ; 

Crest— Two palms, a Cross surmounted by a laurel branch over a princely crown ; 

Supporters — The shield accompanied by two battle axes and two Irish pikes ; 
under the shield, two branches of shamrock — the national symbol of Ireland ; 

Motto — "Virtute et Fidelitate." One Branch of the Family has " Spero " ; 
another : " Semper et Ubique Fideles." 

The War Cry was: " Fianae Abu," and sometimes " Ui Tuathail Abu": the 
foi-mer meaning " Victory to the Fenian.s" ; and the latter, " Victoiy to the O'Tooles," 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



92. Enna Niadh : his son. Had 
a brother Labhradh. 

93. Dunlong : son of Enna 
Niadh. This Dunlong slew the 
Royal maidens at the Claenfert of 
Tara : in revenge of which twelve 
Leinster Princes were slain, and the 
Boromha tribute exacted. He had 
eight sons ; and a brother named 
Brian* Leth-dearg, a quo Ui Briuin 
Cualan (or LVBrien of Cualan). 
Some of the children of this Dun- 
long were : — 1. Olioll (or Ailall) ; 
2. Maonach, a quo O^Mooney of 
Cualan ; 3. Dubhtach ; 4. Fergus, 
from whom descended Justus, the 
Deacon, and his brother Daire. 

94. Muireadach : sou of Dunlong. 

95. Alioll (or Olioll), the fifth 
Christian King of Leinster : his son. 
Baptized at Naas by St. Patrick, 
A.D. 460 ; was at the battle of 
Ocha, where Olioll Molt, the 129th 
Monarch was slain ; d. 526. Had : 
1. Cairbre ; 2. Cormac ; 3. Felim, 
who was baptized by St. Patrick at 
Naas ; 4. Mugan. 

96. Cormac : second son of 
Olioll. Was King of Leinster for 
nine years ; abdicated a.d. 515, 
and d. a monk at Bangor, 567. 
Had : 1. Cairbre Dubh, King of 
Leinster, who d. in 546 ; 2. Felim, 
from whom descended Cormac, of 
Tullac ; 3. lolladon, priest of Desert 
lolladoin (now " Castledillon "), 



who had St. Criotau (11 May), of 
Magh Credan and Acadfinnech (on 
the river Dodder), and of Crevagh 
Cruagh, co. Dublin. 

97. Cairbre Dubh : eldest son of 
Cormac. Had : 1. Mainchin, a 
quo Ui Mainchin (between Cineal 
Nucha and the river Liffey) ; 2. 
Cillen Mor, a quo Ui Nemri ; 

3. Cillen Beg, a quo Siol Aedha ; 

4. Colman, King of Leinster for 
thirty years, who d. 576 ; 5. St. 
Coman, bishop (8 March) ; 6. St. 
Sedealbh (10 Nov.); and 7. St. 
Cumaine (8 Mar.) : these last two 
were called " daughters of ardent 
charity" (29 Mar.) at Domnach- 
Inghen Baithe (now " Donabate "), 
in the county Dublin. 

98. Colman (or Columan) : the 
fourth son of Cairbre Dubh. Had : 
1. Faolan ; 2. Cobhthach, a quo 
" Piathcoffey" in the county Kil- 
dare ; 3. Felim, 13th Christian 
King of Leinster; 4. Eonan,f the 
11th King of Leinster; on the resig- 
nation of Aedli Dubh;! 5. Aedh 
Dubh, King of Leinster, who in 
591 retired to Kildare, where he d. 
a bishop, in 638 ; 6. Aedh Fionn, 
from whom descended Aengus (or 
^neas), abbot of Kildare ; 7. 
Crimthan Cualan, 12th Christian 
King of Leinster, from whom de- 
scended Dalthach of St. Kevin's, 
slain at Ath Goan (now " Kilgowan"), 



* Brian : This Brian Leth-dearg had a son Feidhlimidh (or Felim), who had three 
sons : Conal, a quo Ui Elgenaigh ; 2. Fiachra Caech, who had Ronan, who had 
Foranan ; and 3. Cobhthach, a quo Ui Ernine. 

t Ronan : This Ronan had : 1. Maelfoghartach, slain by his father's orders ; 
2. Maeltuile, a quo Ui Maeltuile ; 3. Maelochtrach, who had Maelcaech (who had 
Maelgarbh of JSTaas) and Ailechda. This Ailechda had Monach, who had Fiauamhail 
(d. 694), who had Ceanfela, who had Ceallach, Abbot of Kildare, living in 720. 
This Maeltuile, the second son of Ronan above mentioned, had two sons — I. IMaelfog- 
hartach, anker, at luisbofin, slain in 732 ; and 2. Fianamhail, King of Leinster, who 
was baptised by St. Moling, and mortally wounded by Foisechan, one of his own people. 

X Aedh Dubh: This Aedh Dubh had two sons : Crimthan Cael, and Ere (who 
had Nessan). This Nessan had : 1. Braon, Bishop (Sth August) of Fidhcullin (" Feigh- 
cullen," in the county Kildare) ; 2. Cairrell (I3th June), Bishop of Tir Rois ; 3. Flann 
(4th Jany.) ; 4. Muireadach (15th May) ; 5. Dichuil, abbot of Cluain Mor DichoUa ; 
6. Munissa, who had Nadsluadh (15th March), of Inis Mac Nessain, now known as 
"Ireland's Eye," Howth, co. Dublin. 



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153 



in lachtir Liffe, a.d. 628 ; 8. Mol- 
umba, who had Maelanfidh, who had 
Aedhrom, who had Dunmaduind, 
who had Berchan. Colman d. 676. 

99. Faolan : eldest son of 
Columan ; was King of Leinster ; 
educated by St. Kevin at Glen- 
dalough ; d. 663. 

100. Conall : son of Faolan. 

101. Bran Muit (" muit ": Irish, 
dtimh) : his son ; 14th Christian 
King of Leinster; d. 689. Had 
four sons: 1. Moroch(or Murchadh) 
Mor ; 2. Congal, who defeated the 
men of Cualan at Inisbreoghan, in 
727; S.Faolan, d. 733; 4. lomcadh. 

102. Moroch Mor : eldest son of 
Bran Muit ; was the 16th King 
of Leinster. Had three sons : — 

1. Muireadach ; 2. Doncha, the 
17th King of Leinster, slain a.d. 
727, and a quo Ui Donchada or 
0' Donog/nte oi Cualan; 3. Faolan, 
the 18tli King of Leinster, who d. 
734, and a quo Ui Faolain or 
O'Felan of Cualan. 

103. Muireadach: son of Moroeh 
Mor ; d. 755 ; and a quo Ui 
Muireadaigh or Q' Murray of Cualan. 

104. Bran Ardcean : his son; m. 
Eithne, dau. of Domhnal Mideach; 
she and her husband were slain, 
A.D. 780, by Finachda Catherdere, 
son of Ceallach, at Cill Cuile-duna 
(now " Kilcoole "), near Newtown 
Mount Kennedy, in the co.Wicklow. 

105. Muireadach : son of Bran 
Ardcean ; d. 818, according to the 
" Chronicon Scotorum." Had four 
sons — 1. Bran, Tanist of Leinster, 
who was defeated at Dunbolg, by 
Cearbhall, King of Ossory, in 808 ; 

2. Dunlong ; 3. Arthur, who d. in 



845, and from whom descended Gar- 
bith, Tanist of Leinster, who d. 
881 ; 4. Maelbrighid, father of 
Tuathal, the 31st King of Leinster. 

106. Dunlong, the 32nd King of 
Leinster: second son of Muireadach; 
d. a Mon,k in Kildare, 867. Had : 
1. Ailill; 2. Cairbre,- the 34th 
King of Leinster, who was a hostage 
to Cearbhall, King of Ossory, and 
who died 881 ; 3. Donal, Tanist of 
Leinster, d. 862. 

107. Ailill ; eldest son of Dun- 
long ; slain by the Danes in 809. 
Had : 1. Ugaire ; 2. Ceallach, who 
was abbot of Kildare and Hy, 854- 
865 ; d. in " Pictland " (Scotland). 

108. Ugaire (or Angaire), King 
of Leinster : son of Ailill ; slain, 
915. Had: 1. Tuathal; 2. Art 
(or Arthur), d. 934. 

109. Tuathalf (" tuathal": Irish, 
a man's name; left-handed), King of 
Liffe : son of Ugaire ; a quo 
0"I'»a^/(rt//, anglicised 0' Toole, Toole, 
Tooted, Tuohill, TutliiU, etc.; d. 956. 
Had: 1. Dunlong; 2. Donal; 3. 
Doncadh, Tanist of Leinster, who 
died 964 ; 4. Angaire, :J Tanist of 
Leinster, who was slain by the Danes 
at Bithlin (" Belin," in the county 
Kildare). 

110. Dunlong: eldest son of 
Tuathal; fought at the battle of 
Clontarf, 1014, and was slain there. 
Had : 1. Donal ; 2. Murcadh, who 
in 1042 was slain by the King of 
Ossory ; 3. Gillacamghin, who in 
1019 was slain by the men of Leix ; 
4. Duncuan ; 5. Angaire, who de- 
feated Sithric the Dane at Delgany 
in 1021 ; 6. Doncadh, who in 1037 
was blinded at Castledermott by 



* Cairhre : This Cairbre had: 1. Donal (d. 8(i4), Tanist of Leinster. who had 
Muireadach, Tanist of Leinster (slain, 90(1) ; 2. Dunlong, who also d. in 90(J. 

t Tuathal: Some derive this name from the Irish " tuatha," territories : meaning 
one possessed of large landed property. 

J Angaire : This Angaire had Tuathal, who a.d. 1014, was wounded at the battle 
of Clontai'f ; died same year at Glendalough, and is there buried. And Tuathal had 
Aedh, living in 1034, 



154 



IRISH AKD ANGLO-IRISH 



Duncadh MacGillapatrick, Kiug of 
Ossory ; 7. Muirceartach, who was 
slain by the Ossorians in 1026 ; 
8. Dunlong; 9. Eachdnn, Tanist 
of Leinster, slain 1042 ; 10. Boclau, 
slain at Clontarf, in 1014 ; and 
11. Longseach, who was also slain 
at Clontarf in 1014. 

111. Duucuan, "the Simpleton": 
fourth son of Dunlong. Was made 
King of Leinster by Malachy II., 
Monarch of Ireland, and slain by 
the Kiug of Ossory in 1018. 

112. Gillacomghall : sonofDun- 
cuan. Was in 1041 by violence 
taken by his uncle Murcadh from 
the church of Kildare ; and " the 
successor of Bridget was violated"; 
tl. 1041 ; first that assumed this 
family sirname. 

113. Gillacaemghin: sonof Gilla- 
comghall. Was in 105G slain by 
Murcha, who (see the Third Edition 
of our Irish Pedigrees) is No. 112 
on the " MacMorough " genealogy, 
who was the 50th Christian King 
of Leinster. 

114. Duncuan Baccach : son of 
Gillacaemghin ; who in 1075 slew 
Doncadh and Gillacaemghin, sons 
of Angaire Ua Lorcain, of the Ui 
Doncadh. In 1076 his people were 
slain by the Ui Lorcain, and sixty- 
three of their heads were carried to 
a hill south of Castledermot. 



115. Gillacomghall Baccach : 
his son ; lord of Ui Muireadaigh : 
slain in 1119. Had: 1. Gilla- 
caemghin ; 2. Ugaire, slain in 
1131 by the Ossorians ; 3. Gilla- 
comghall, abbot of Glendalough, 
who in 1127 was slain by the 
Foghmhartaigh (Foharta *), of the 
barony of Forth, in the county 
Carlow ; 4. Murcadh, who in 1141 
was blinded by Diarmaid na-nGall, 
Kiug of Leinster, who is No. 114 
on the " MacMorogh " pedigree; 
5. ]Muirceartach,f King of the Ui 
Muirceartaigh, who in 1154 slew 
the Kiug of Ui Enachglais, and d. 
" after penauce " in 1164. 

116. Gillacaemghin Faitche : 
eldest son of Gillacomghall Bac- 
cach ; d. 1160. 

117. Bhaltair (Walters or 
Walter) : his son ; slain 1200. 

118. Gillacaemghin na Ficheall 
("ficheall": Irish, a buckler); his 
son ; a quo MacFicheaill, anglicised 
Bnckh'ij. Had: 1. Felim (by some 
called " Faolan ") ; 2. Bathair, 
whose son Adam Dubh O'Toole 
was in Easter week, a.d. 1326, 
burnt in "Hoggin Green" Tuow 
College Green), Dublin ; 3. Dun- 
long, ;[ who settled in the Island of 
Omey, in Jar Conuaght, and was 
the ancestor of CToulc of Comie- 
mara. 



* Foharta : See the " Nowlan" genealogy, in the Third Edition of our Irish 
Pedigrees, for the meaning of this term. 

t Muirceartach : This Muirceartach had : 1. Gillacomghall, lord of Ui Muirea- 
daigh ; 2. Tuathal ; 3. Ruadh ; 4. Aodh ; 5. Conchobhar ; 6. Mor, wife of Diarmid 
MacMorough (or Diarmaid na-nGall), the last King of Leinster ; and 7. Lorcan 
(Saint Laurence O'Toole), Archbishop of Dublin, who, on 14th Nov., 1180, died at 
£u, in France, where his relics are still preserved and revered. 

Z Dunlong : This (119) Dunlong of Omey in lar Connarjht had: (120) Tuathal, 
who had : (121) Doncuan, who had: (122) Diarmid Sugach, who had : (123) Diarmid 
Oge, who had ; (124) Amhailgadh, who had : (125) Aedh, who liad : (12G) Tuathal, 
who had : (127) Tuathal Oge, who had: (128) Felim, who had: (12<J) Tiboid (or 
Theobald), of Omey, who was hanged in 1586 by Sir Richard Bingliani. and whose 
Estates were confiscated to the Crown. This Tiboid had : (130) Edmond, whn had : 
(131) Fergnan. who had : (132) Cornelius or Connor OToole. who fought for King 
James II., at the Battle of the Boyne, and then settled at Kilcogny, in tiie co. Cavan. 
This Cornelius had : (133) Connor, who had four children, namely— 1. Mathew, 
2. Richard. 3. Margai'et, 4. Mary. This (134) MatheAV had four children, namely— 



PEDIGREES. 



155 



119. Felim (or Faolau) : son of 
Gillacaemgbin na Ficheall. 

120. David : his son ; taken in 

1327 by John Wellesly, and in 

1328 was hanged at Dublin. Had : 
1. Aedh (or Hugh) ; 2. Donal ; 8. 
David, slain in 1368 ; 4. John, 
killed by a clown in 1328. 

121. Aedh, Prince of Imaile : son 
of David ; slain by the English, in 
1376. Had : 1. Dermod ; 2. Felim, 
d. 1404; 3. Aedh, who d. of the 
plague, 1404 ; 4. Shane (or John) 
Euadh, who had : Ruadh, lord of 
Imaile, who was the ancestor of 
O'Toole, of Toole's Castle (now 
called " Talbotstown "), of O'Toole 
of Coillsi, of O'Toole of Balleyedan, 
of O'Toole of Knight's Castle (or 
Castleruddery, in Imaile), O'Toole 
of Ballyhubbock, of Newtown, and 
of Rathdangan. Shane Ruadh, the 
fourth son of Aedh had : 

I. Edmond, 

II. Shane, who was slain by 
Gerald, Earl of Kildare. This 
Shane had : 

III. Shane (d. 1571), who in 
1526 m. a dau. of Sir James 
Fitzgerald of Leixlip, Knight 
of Rhodes, and had : 

IV. Tirlogh, who was slain in 
rebellion, and forfeited his 
estates in Imaile to the Crown : 
these estates were given to 
Lord Chichester (see the State 
Papers for the year 1608). 
Tirlogh had : 

V. Felim (slain in battle), who had : 

VI. Cahir, of Castleruddery, who 
had : 

VII. Dermot, who d. in 1622.— 
See his will, which is one of 
the oldest in the Record Office. 
Dermot had : 

VIII. Cahir (or Charles) of 



Ballyhubbock, in Imaile, who 
forfeited his lands to Crom- 
well. Hoping to regain his 
estates he joined the Standard 
of King James II., and fought 
at the battle of the Boyne, 
where he shot the Duke of 
Schomberg, while crossing the 
river ; d. 1702. Charles had : 

IX. Patrick, of . Newtown and 
Oldmill, in Imaile, who d. 
1770, and had : 

X. Patrick, of same place, who 
d. 1830, and had— 1. Michael, 
of whom presently ; 2. John ; 
3. Laurence ; 4. Thomas ; 
5. Christopher. 

XL Michael of Newtown, the 
eldest son of Patrick, d. 1846, 
and had : 1. Patrick, of Holly- 
park, Rathfarnham, co. Dublin ; 
2. Mary; 8. James; 4. Bridget; 
5. John of Raheen, in Imaile. 

XII. Patrick, the eldest son of 
Michael, m. Sarah Gi-ehan, of 
Donard, and had : 

XIII. 1. Thomas (a student in 
Terenure College); 2. Patrick; 
8. Jane ; 4. Mary : all living in 
1883. 

Castlekevin Branch. 

122. Dermod : eldest son of 
Aedh ; slain in 1445, at the age of 
eighty years. 

128. Theobald: his son; d. 1460, 

124. Edmond : his son ; slain in 
1488 by the sons of Teige 
O'Byrne. 

125. Art: son of Edmond; d. 
1499. Had : 1. Art Oge, of Castle- 
kevin ; 2. Felim ; 3. Tirlogh, slain 
in 1542. This Art Oge, of Castle- 
kevin, was slain in 1517. He had : 

I. Aedh (or Hugh), who in 1523 
was slain by the O'Byrnes ; 



1.— Cornelius, 2. Eichard, .3. Catherine. 4. Margaret (d. 1876). This (J 35) Cornelius 
O'Toole, a merchant in Dublin, and living in 1883, has had : (13G) Cornelius OToole ; 
.Joseph O'Toole; Rev. Mathew B. O'Toole, O.C.C, Carmelite College, Terenure, co. 
Dublin ; Eliza ; Rosanna ; Josephihe (dead) ; and Mary, wife of Mr. Farrelly, 
merchant, living in 1883, 



150 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



and Luke (d. 1578) who m. 
Kice Basnett, and had : — 

1. Felim; 2. Donoch ; 3. Hugh ; 
4. Alexander ; 5. Barnaby, who 
d. 17 Jan., 1597. 

II. Barnaby, the fith son of Luke, 
who m. Honor O'Moore and 
had:— 1. Luke (d. 1652); 2. 
Arthur ; 3. Cahir ; 4. Margery. 

III. Luke, the eldest son of 
Barnaby, who, at the age of 75, 
d. in 1652 in prison in Dublin 
Castle. Had : 1. Barnaby 
(d. 1691), of Harold's Grange ; 

2. Donogh, who was a Lieut. - 
Col. in the Irish Confederate 
Army of 1642 ; 3. Christopher, 
a Major in the same Confed- 
erate Army, and slain in the 
Wars of the Kevolution ; 
4. Tirlogh, who was also a 
member of the Irish Catholic 
Confederation of that period, 
and from whom the present 
O'Tooles of Castlekevin and 
Glendalough are descended. 

IV. Barnaby (d. 1691), of Harold's 
Grange : son of Luke. Had : 
1. Luke, of Fairfield, county 
Wexford ; 2. Arthur ; 3. Fran- 
cis, M.P. for Wicklow in 1688, 
and who d. 1720. 

V. Luke O'Toole, of Fairfield: 
the eldest son of Barnaby, who 
d. 1750. Had: 

"VI. Laurence (d. 1794), who had 

VII. Laurence (d. 1782), who had 

VIII. Laurence (a. 1820),who had 



IX. Joseph Laurent (living in 
1883); President de laChambre 
du Commerce de File de la 
Keunion France. Had : 

X. Thomas O'Toole, living in 
1883. 

Powerscourt Branch, 

126. Tirlogh O'Toole. of Powers- 
court : third son of Art : slain in 
1542 by Shane O'Toole of Imaile. 
Had: 1. Luke; 2. Tirlogh, slain 
ante 1542 ; 3. Brian an Cedacli 
(" cedach" : Irish, a mantle), who 
in 1547 defeated the Fitzgeralds at 
Three Castles, near Blessington ; 

4. Felim (slain, 1599), lord of 
Powerscourt, in the co. Wicklow, 
who in 1590 forfeited his lands, 
which in 1603 were granted to 
Sir Richard Wingfield, an ancestor 
of the present Lord Powerscourt ; 

5. Dermod, who had : 

I. Donoch O'Toole, who had : 

II. Garret O'Toole, of Powers- 
court, who had : 

III. Kate, who was m. to Art 
O'Neill, alias Payne, who is 
No. 129 on the " O'Neill " 
(Pi'inces of Tyrone) genealogy. 
— See our Third Edition of 
Irish Pedigrees. 

127. Felim O'Toole : the fourth 
son of Tirlogh ; slain in 1599. 

his son ; slain in 



Garrett 



128 
1582. 

129. Tirlo 



his son; m. Miss 



Kavanagh ; slain at Dublin Castle 



* Tirlogh : Deprived of almost all his family patrimony this Tii-logh lingered 
amongst his friends and kinsfolk on the western side of the mountains near Kiltegan, 
county Wicklow ; expecting to be able to muster a sufficient number of his clansmen 
and friends to retake his family Castle and Estates of Powerscourt ; as may be seen 
by reference to the State Papers of a.d. 1608. Writing to the Earl of Salisbury, the 
then Lord Chancellor of Ireland says : 

" . . . Has received advertisement of stirs to be raised in Leinster during the 
absence of the Lord Deputy, by some of the O'Tooles, Kavanaghs, and others. Has 
been careful to discover their purposes. And first, for the O'Tooles : Has Jieard that 
that base uncle plotted with a nephew named Tyrlagh O'Toole to surprise the Castle 
of Powerscourt, within eight miles of Dublin, possessed by Mr. Marshall, to kill his 
ward there, to gather forces, and to enter into action of rebellion. The said Tyrlagh 
has also used his credit to gather lately some companies of the O'lMoores out of the 
Queen's County (which Sept will prove a dangerous one, ready to be entertained for 
mischief upon all occasions), and to allow some confederates of the Kavanaghes, and 



PEDIGREES. 



15^ 



in 1625. Had a sister, Winefrid, 
who was m. to a son of Feagli 
(MacHugh) O'Bj'i-ne, a celebrated 
Chieftain in the county Wicklow, 
who is No. 130 on the '• O'Byrne " 
(Lords of Eanelagh) pedigree. — 
See p. 329 of Irish Pedigrees. 

130. Donoch, of O'Toole's Castle, 
near Kiltegan : son of Tirlogh ; 
slain in battle, 1690. 

131. Tirlogh (or Terence) : his 
son ; who, refusing to conform to 
the Protestant religion, forfeited 
his estate, and migrated to Drum- 
quin, nea,r Kiltegan, in Imaile ; d. 
1725. 

132. Patrick (d. 1790), of Bally- 
toole and Ballymooney, in Imaile : 
his son ; married Mary Donohoe. 
Had: 

I. Terence, of Ballymooney and 
Donard, of whom presently. 

n. Denis (d. 1850), who removed 
to Slieveroe, near Blessington, 
CO. Wicklow, and m. Miss Finn, 
by whom he had : 

I. John (d. 1879), of whom 
presently. 

II. Mary. 
in. Terence. 

IV. Patrick. 

V. Denis. 

VI. Sarah. 

VII. Edward. 

VIII. James. 

IX. Timothy. 

X. Catherine. 



John, the eldest son of John, 
son of Denis, had : I. John, 
11. Patrick, III. Henry, 
IV. Thomas, V. Kate, 
VI. Jane, VII. EHza, 
VIII. Sarah. 

III. John (d. 1812) the third son 
of Patrick, had : 

I. Patrick (living in 1883), 
who had : 

II. John, also living in 1883. 

IV. Mary, who d. 1815. 

V. Sarah, who d. 1812. 

133. Terence (or Tirlogh), of 
Ballymooney and Donard : eldest 
son of Patrick, who d. 1790 ; m. 
MaryHeadon; d. 1817. Had: 1. 
Terence, who d. s.p. ; 2. Mary, 
wife of William Mooney ; 3. Anne, d. 
1826; 4. Denis, of whom presently; 
5. Patrick, d. 1832 ; 6. Sarah. 

134. Denis : fourth son of 
Terence ; m. Anne Byrne, d. 1849. 
Had : 1. Terence ; 2. Mary, who d. 
1863; 3. Anne, who d. 1862; 4. An- 
thony, who d. 1834 ; 5. Eev. Patrick 
Laurence O'Toole, O.C.C, living (in 
Dublin) in 1883 ; 6. Anthony, of 
Mountpleasant Square, co. Dublin, 
living in 1883 (who m. Alice 
O'Donohoe, and had : I. Kevin, 
II. Alice, III. Anne, IV. Lawrence, 
V. Eva (d. young), VI. Cathleen, 
VII. Arthur — all, except Eva, 
living in 1883) ; 7. Denis, who d. 
1879 ; 8. Sarah, wife of James 
Meythen, Merchant, 35, South 



other loose persons of these inountaius near Dublin to take his part : who have all 
given him promise of assistance. As yet, however, he sees no fear of danger. Tyrlagh 
lurks secretly amongst his friends ; the want of arms and munitions and powder is 
some stay to him and the rest, but the principal thing that stayed them is their 
expectation of foreign forces, the return of Tyrone, and the uncertainty of severe 
chastisement in the return of the Lord Deputy. 
St. Sepulcre's, near Dublin, 

7th August, 1608." 

This Tirlogh O'Toole and his descendants never recovered Powerscourt ; on the 
contrary, they forfeited to the Crown whatever remained of his estates in Inxaile ; 
and, as above shown, he was slain at Dublin Castle in 1625. His descendants were 
reduced to the position of farmers, compelled to labour, and till those lands their 
fathers once held in fee : 

"Alas ! tliat might could conquer right." 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



King Street, Dublin (living in 
1883) ; 8. Lawrence, d. young. 

135. Terence : eldest son of 
Denis ; d. in 1872 in St. Louis, 
United States, America. Was m. 
to Margaret Barry of Buttevaut, 
CO. Cork, and had : — 1. Denis, 



2. Anthony, 8. Mary, 4. Sarah, 
5. Margaret — all of whom living in 
St. Louis, in 1883. 

136. Denis O'Toole, of St. Louis, 
United States, America : eldest son 
of Terence ; b. 1862 ; and living in 
1883. 



164. 



-THE " OULAHAN " FAMILY, 
Of America. 



Commencing with Simon* Houlahan, who (see p. 261 of the Third Edition 
of our "Irish Pedigrees") is No. 125 on the " Hoolahan " (Chiefs of 
Siol Anmchadha, in Hy-Maine) pedigree, the following is the genealogy 
of this branch of that family : 



125. Simon Houlahan, of Killea 
(Rahilla or Eed Hills), county 
Kildare, who was son of William, 
d. 12th May, 1790, aged sixty years. 
He m. a farmer" s dau., of Rathbridc, 
county Kildare, named Margaret 
Mooref (d. 16 March, 1808, aged 
eighty years), and had : 

I. William. 

II. Pierce, of Lacka, who m. a Miss 



Doorley, sister of the Gallant 
Captain Doorley, one of the 
Kildare ''Rebels" of 1798. 

III. John, of whom presently. 

IV. Christopher.^ 

This Simon (No. 125) had a 
brother William, § who was father 
cf John Oulahctn, known as " Little 
John," who was the father of John, 
who was the father of two children 



* Simon : On tlie tombstone (or headstone) over the remains of this Simon, in the 
graveyai'd of Carna, near Suncroft, Curragh Camp, Kildare, are the folloAving words : 

"Erected by Pierce Houlahan in memory of his father Simon Houlahan, who 
departed this life May the 12th, 1790, aged 60 years. 

" Also his mother ' Margret ' Houlahan, alias Moore, who departed this life March 
16th, 1808, aged 80 years. Also his sister Honor Houlahan who departed August 26th 
1805, aged 35 years. May they rest in peace. Amen." 

t Moore : This Margaret Moore was the aunt of a saintly invalid priest, Father 
Moore of Rathbi'ide, on north edge of the Curragh, who blessed a well on his widowed 
mother's farm which (well) became locally famous; and "Father Moore's Blessed 
Well " is still the resort of the afflicted, for miles around ; "thousands having been 
cured of various diseases by its healing waters." 

X Chridopher : This Christopher OuIahanla.a,([ six children : 1. Simon, 2. William, 

3. Honora, 4. Mary, 5. Pierce, 6. Christopher. And this Pierce (5) had also six 
children: 1. Christopher, b. in 18.3-4 ; 2. Mary, b. in 1856; 3. Simon, b. in 1858 

4. John, b. in 1860 ; 5. Elizabeth, b. in 1862 : 6. Marcella, b. in 1864. 

§ William : In our opinion this William was the ancestor of the Dublin branch of 
this family ; from him the descent was as follows : 

125. William Oullahan, a merchant in Dublin. Will dated 6 Dec, 1781 ; proved 
20 Apr., 1782. 

126. Henry: his son; had five brothers: 1. William, 2. Daniel, 3. Robert, 
4. Thomas, 5. Joseph ; and a sister named Anne. 

127. Robert: son of Henry; had six brothers: 1. John, 2. Henry, 3. William 
(whose son John was, in 1877, living in Baltimore, Maryland, United States America), 
4. Lawrence, 5. Richard, 6. James. 

128. Denis J. Oullahan, of the Firm of "Oullahan and Co.," Miners, City of 
Stocton, California: son of Robert; had three children living in 1877 ; a sister 
named Kate, who then was a Nun in Canada ; and a brother named Richard. 



^KDlGBEES. 



is§ 



living in 1877 in the old home- 
stead of Killea, co. Kildare. 

126. John Houlahan, of Killea : 
son of Simon ; b. at Killea in 1750, 
and d. at his farm at Tully (south 
of the town of Kildare) in 1834. 
He was one of the leaders of the 
Kildare United Irishmen, in 1798. 
He m. a Miss MacCabe, dau. of a 
farmer, near the Hill of Allen, co. 
Kildare (who was the first person 
buried in Allen graveyard), and had : 

I. Simon, who was killed at the 
battle of Monastereven, on the 
24th May, of that year, under 
the command of Roger Garry. 

II. John. 

III. Patrick.- 

And two daughters : 

I. Anne, who m. a Mr. Higgius. 

II. Mary, who m. Peter Mac- 
Daniel, 

127. John Oulahaii : son of 



John ; b. at Friarstown, near Red 
Hills, in 1790, and d. in Dublin, 
29 May, 3 825. He m. Alice, dau. 
of Eichard Byrne, of Donoughmore 
Mills, CO. Meath (a farmer and 
miller, who d. in Dublin in 1856), 
and had two surviving sons and a 
daughter : 

I. John, who d. unm. in Dublin, 
in 1856. 

II. Richard, of whom presently. 
I. Mary-Anne. 

128. Major Richard Oulahan, of 
Washington, D.C., United States 
of America : sou of John ; bapt. 
24th Feb., 1822, and living in 1883. 
In 1849, this Richard emigrated 
from Dublin to New York, United 
States ; served as first Lieutenant 
in the 164th New York Volunteers 
(Irish Legion) in the late American 
Civil War ; and in 1864, after 
muster out of the Military Service, 



* Patrick : This Patrick Oulahau niavriecl Anastatia Farrell, l)y -wlioin he had a 
daughter named Bridget, who married .P. Kyau of Frenchfurze : both living at North 
Aams, Mass., in 1S81 ; had twenty-one chiklren — seventeen of whom are now living : 
viz. — 1. Mary, 2. Anne (Kane), O.John, 4. Patrick, 5. Kate, (Madden), G. Lawrence, 
7. Bridget, 8. .Joseph, 9. Frank, 10. Agnes (in. to a Rj'an), II. Teresa, 12. Thomas, 
13. .Jane, 14. Peter, 1.5. Charles, 16. Anastatia, 17. Gertrude. 

According to the I'atent Rolls. 15" Jac. I., p. 1, Thomas Nolan (in Irish, Tomhas 
O'h-Ualladiain), of Ballinrobe, co. Mayo, gent., obtained a grant by patent, of the 
four quarters of land in Ballinrobe, for ever, which, belonged to the " Fryers' House, 
of Ballinrobe." Before the date of that Grant the said Thomas Nolan resided at 
" The Crevaghe " (now called Creagh), in the barony of Kilmain and county of Mayo. 
In the Indenture of Composition for that county, a.d. 1585, it was provided that he 
should have the Castle of the Crevaghe and three quarters of land thereto adjoining, 
free from the ("omposition rent, "in respecte of his sufficiencie to act as a Gierke in the 
said countrej'." It may be here added, as a matter merely coincident, that the next 
grantee of those very lands in the succeeding century, under the Act of Settlement, 
was Mr. James Cuffe, ancestor of the late Baron Tyrawley, and of the late (if not the 
present) proprietor of the Crevaghe, whose first appearance here was in the capacity 
of clerk or secretary to Cromwell's Commissioners of Transplantation to Connaught 
(see Hardiman's " West Connaught," p. 251). 

The above Thomas Nolan was one of the first " English Tavern " Keepers in 
Connaught. When the old Irish Biafachs (see Stat. Kilkenny, p. 4) and "Houses of 
Hospitality " ceased, they M'ere succeeded by " English Inns " or Taverns. On 21st 
December, a.d. IGIG, a licence was granted to John Coman of Athlone, merchant, 
and Thomas Nolan, of Ballinrobe, Esq., to keep taverns, and sell wines and spirituous 
liquors : to the former in almost every town in the county Galway, and in some 
towns of the counties of Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo and Westmeath ; and " to Thomas 
Nolan, in the town of Callow, and in the whole barony of Kilconnell, and in the 
town and barony of Kilmaine, in Mayo county, during their own lives and those of 
Barnaby Coman, bi'other of John ; of John Nolan, son of Thomas ; of Peter Nolan, 
son of Richard Nolan, late of Athlone, merchant, deceased ; and of Jane or Jennet 
Coman, daughter of the said John Coman." Rot. Pat. 15" Joe. I., p. 2. d. No. 58. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



he received from President Andrew 
Johnson, a commission of Brevet- 
Major of United States Vohinteers, 
and an appointment in the Treasury 
Department, Washington, D.C., 
which he still (1883) holds. This 
Kichard'-' had three sons and two 
daughters : 

I. John-Kenyon, of whom pre- 
sently. 

II. Joseph, b. iul857, and living 
in 1883. 



III. Richard Oge, b. in 1867, living 

in 1883. 
The two daughters : 

I. Alice, m. to John W. Sanderson, 
of Washington, by whom she 
had — I. Marie-Louise, b. 1876 ; 
II. Alice-Irene; and Ill.Charlie; 
all living in 1883. 

II. Mary, living in 1883. 

129. John-Kenyon Oulahan, of 
Washington, D.C. : son of Major 
Richard; b. 1851, andlivingin 1883. 



165.— THE "PALMER" FAMILY. 



Henry le Palmer had : 

2. Stephen, who had two sons — 
1. John ; 2. Wilham, Miles. 

8. John: son of Stephen, who had: 

4. John, Viscount, who had : 
I. William. II. Galfride. 

5. William : the elder son of 
John, had : 

I. Thomas. II. brother, " a 
sacerdos," or Priest. 

6. Thomas : son of William, had : 

7. John (his second son), who had: 

8. William, who had two sons : 

I. John. 

II. Henry, s.p. 

9. John : son of William ; m. 
Blanch, dau. of William Deprits, 
and had two sons and one dau. : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. William. 

I. Maria, who married Thomas 
Slaughter. 

10. John Palmer : son of John ; 
m. Eliza, dau. and co-heir of 
Thomas Docking, and had : 

11. William, who m. Ellen, dau. 

of Langham, co. Leicester, 

and had : 

I. Richard. II. Thomas. 

12. Richard : son of William ; m. 
Ursula, dau. of J olin Heron, and had : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. Robert, who m. Agnes, sister 



of John Hastings, and had two 
sons— 1. Robert, 2. Richard. 
I. Robert m. Alice, dau. and 
heir of Miles Newenton, and 
had : — I. Richard, who m. 
Mary, dau. of William 
Bradden, and had three sons 
— 1. John, 2. Robert, 
3, Muriell. 

13. John : son of Richard ; d. 
v.p, ; m. sister and co-heir of Henry 
Roclife, and had three sons and 
one daughter : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. William, s.p. 

III. Richard, s.p. 

I. Anne, who m. Stephen Wigham. 

14. John : sou of John ; living 
in 20th year of King Henry VIII. ; 
m. Maria, dau. of Richard Greville, 
and had three sons : 

I. Giles, of whom presently. 

II. William,who had a son, John, s.p. 

III. Edward, who m. Jane, dau. 
of John Cheney, s.p. 

15. Giles : (some say the third 
son of John) ; m. Muriell, dau. of 
Richard Feild ; and had : 

I. Edward. 

II. Wilham. 

And a daughter, Mary, who m. 
Nicholas OverlDury, Miles. 

16. Edward Palmer : eldest son 



* Richard: See the 164th Regiment (Irish Legion),, of thu 
Brigades," in the Appendix. 



L-iah American 



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161 



of Giles ; m. Muriell, dau. of 
Richard, sou of Robert Palmer, and 
had six sons : 

I. Richard. 

II. John. 

III. Edward. 



IV. Giles. 

V. William. 

VI. Thomas. 

17. Richard Palmer 
Edward. 



son of 



Another Branch of 
166.— THE "PALMER" FAMILY. 



Edward Palmer, of Augmering, in 

CO. , m. dau. and co-heir of 

William Clement, Mile's, and had : 

2. John, 3nies, who had: 

3. Thomas, of Wingham, in the 
CO. Kent, Miles, who m. a Miss 
Pooley, of Suffolk, and had : 

4. James, of Dornycourt, in the 
CO. of Bucks, Mile's, " Cancellarius 
Gart.," who m. Katherine, dau. of 



William Herbert, "C. de Powis," 
and had: 

5. Roger Palmer, Jrm., who was 
created Baron of Limerick, and 
Viscount Castlemaine ; who m. 
Barbara, dau. and heir of William 
Villiers, Viscount Grandison ; and 
who had : 

6. A daughter, who m. Thomas 
Lennard, Viscount Sussex. 



167.— THE " PARSONS " FAMILY. 

— F. 4. 18. 



The Right Rev. Doctor Parsons, 
Lord Bishop of Norwich, had a 
sister, Katherine, who married Sir 
William Cole, of Enniskillen. This 
Doctor Parsons had three sons : 

1. Thomas. 

II. Sir William, who married 
Katherine Lacy. 

III. Sir Laurence, of Birr. 

2. Sir Laurence, of Birr : third 
son of the Right Rev. Doctor Par- 
sons ; m. Anne , of Yorkshire, 

and had two sons and one dau. : 

I. Richard (s.p.), who m. Anne 
Loftus. 

II. William, of whom presently. 
I. Jane, who m. Sir John Hay. 

3. William, of Birr : second son 
of Sir Laurence ; m. Dorothy (d. 
1 April, 1671), dau. of Thomas 
Philips, of Limavady (by his wife, 



Alicia Usher), and had six sons 
and three daughters : 

I. William, of whom presently. 

II. Savage. 

III. Laurence. 

IV. John. 

V. Oliver. 

VI. Arthur. 

The daughters were : 

I. Dorothy. 

II. Anna." 

III. Frances. 

4. William : eldest son of Wil- 
liam ; m. Eliza, daUc of George 
Preston, Bart., and had with other 
children by her : 

I. Lawrence. 

II. William. 

III. Savage. 

5. Laurence Parsons : son of 
William ; was married. 



* Anna: This Anna married Nicholas Osborne, of Thackincor, in co. Waterford, 
and had three sons and four daughters. The sons were : 1. NichoLas. 2. Thomas. 
3. John. The daughters were : I.Frances, 2. Arabella. S.Mary. 4. Katherine, s.p. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO -IRISH 



Sir Amias Pawlet, of Garrylogh, co. 
Wexford, had : 

2, Sir Anthony, his heir, who 
had : 

3, Philip (his fourth son), of 
Garylogh, co. Wexford, Ann., who 
d. 21 May, 1636, and was huried at 
Ferns. He m. Joan, daughter of 



168.— THE "PAWLETT" FAMILY, 

Of Garri/Jorj/h, County Wexford. 

Eichard Viscount Mountgarret (and 
the widow of Sir Eichard Master- 
son) by whom he had one son and 
one daughter : 

I. John, s.p. 

I. Mary. 

4. John Pawlet (s.p.) : son of 
Philip. 



169.— THE "PLUNKET" FAMILY, 

Lords Dunsany. 



John Plunket, Lord of Dunsany, 
had: 

2. Nicholas (the second son), of 
Clonabreney, co. Meath, who had : 

3. Christopher, his heir, who 
had: 

4. Alexander, his heir, who had : 

5. Oliver, his heir, who had : 

6. Christopher, his heir, who 
had : 

7. Oliver, his heir, who had : 

8. Thomas Plunket, of Clon- 
abreney, who d. at Hacketstown, 
CO. Dublin, 1 Dec, 1640. He m., 
first, Margaret, dau. of Car. Moore, 
of Balyna, co. Kildare, and had six 
sons and four daughters : 

I, Christopher, of whom pre- 
sently. 



II. Alexander. 

III. Edward. 

IV. Patrick. 

V. Henry. 

VI. John. 

The daughters were : 

I. Ellice, who m. William Drake, 
of Drakerath, co. Meath. 

II. Margaret. 

III. Anne. 

IV. Jane. 

The said Thomas m. secondly, 
Jane, sister of Christopher Forster, 
Knt., and widow of Thomas Elliot, 
of Balriske, co. Meath, s.p. 

9. Christopher Plunket : eldest 
son of Thomas ; m. Jane, dau. of 
Edward Dowdall, of Athlumney, 
CO. Meath. 



170,— THE ''PLUNKET" FAMILY, 

Of Baune, County Louth. 



Alexander Plunket, Lord Chan- 
cellor, had : 

2. John, who had : 

3. Eichard, who had : 

4. Edward, of Baune, county 
Louth, who had : 

5. Alexander, of Baune, who d. 
17 May, 1635, and was buried in 



Mandevilstown. He m. Ellen, dau. 
of Alexander Plunket, of Gibstown, 
CO. Meath, Esq., and had : 

I. John. II. Patrick. III. George. 
IV. Edward. V. James. 
VI. Eichard. 
6. John Plunket, of Baune : son 
of Alexander, 



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163 



171.— THE "PLUNKET" FAMILY, 

Lords of Fingal. 

Sir Chistopher, a younger brother of James, who (see pp. 124-5 of the 
Third Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") is No, 120 on the " Plunkett " 
genealogy, was the ancestor of this branch of that family. 



120. Sir Christopher, Lord of 
Killeen, Deputy to Thomas Stanley, 
Knt., Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 
1432, had : 

121. Sir Thomas, Knt., his third 
son, who was Chief Justice of the 



Common Pleas, temjy. Edward IV. 
This Sir Thomas m. Marian, dau. 

and heir of Cruce, of Eath- 

more, co. Meath, and had : 

122. Edmund Pluuket, of Eath- 
more, Knt. 



172.— THE "PLUNKET" FAMILY, 

Of Irishtown, County Meath. 



Alexander Plunket, Knt,, Lord 
Chancellor of Ireland, who (see 
Monument of Rathmore) d, 1500, 
had : 

1. Thomas, of Rathmore, of 
whom presently. 

II. Christopher, of Rathmore, 
Knt. 

III, Edward, of Rathmore, who 
had : 1. Thomas (son and heir), 
who had : 2, Sir Oliver (son 
and heir), who had : 3, Richard, 
of Rathmore (son and heir), 
who had : 4. Alexander, of 
Girly (d. 15 Jan., 1G33), who 
m. Katherine, dau. of Jenico, 
Viscount Gormanstown. 

2. Thomas, of Rathmore : eldest 
son of Alexander, 

3, Gerard, of Irishtown, co. 
Meath : his son, 

4, Robert : his son, 

5, Gerard : his son. 

6. James, of Irishtown : his sou ; 



d. 31 Mar., 1639. He m. Eliza, 
dau. of Thomas Plunket, of Tiltown, 
CO. Meath, and had : 

7. Gerard, (d. 1 May, 1638), who 
m. Anna, dau. of Alexander 
Plunket, of Cartown, co. Louth, 
and had five sons and three 
daughters : 

I. Robert, of whom presently. 

II. Alexander. 

III. George. 

IV. Edward. 

V. Christopher. 
The daughters were : 

I. Katherine, who m. William 
Darditz, of Hamplinstown, co. 
Meath, 

II. Margaret, who m. James 
Doyne, of Trim. 

III. Joan, who m. Oliver Misset, 
of Dondlestown, co. Meath. 

8. Robert Plunket : eldest son of 
Gerard; m. Tho., dau. of Edward 
Bath, of Sidan. 



173.— THE "POWEE" FAMILY, 

Of Rathcormack, County Waterford. 



John, Lord Power, had : 

2. Peter (his second son), who had: 

3. Richard, of Rathcormack, Esq., 
who d. Feb., 1635. He m. Ellen, 
dau. of William Butler, of Bally- 
bor, CO. Tipperary, gent, and had 
issue ; 



4. .John, who m. Ellen, dau. of 
Donogh McGrath, of Mountain- 
castle, CO, Waterford. 
had four brothers — 1. 
Edmund, 3. William, 
and one sister Ellen, 



This John 
James, 2. 
4. Peirce ; 



164 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



EicHARD, Lord Power, had : 

2. Thomas of CuUefin, county 
Waterford, A^m., who had: 

3. James, who had : 

4. Thomas,who d. 15 Dec, 1637. 
He m. Margaret, dau. of Peter 
Butler of Monyhory, co. Wexford, 
and had four sous and four daus. : 

1. Peter, of whom presently 



174.— THE "POWER" FAMILY, 

Lords Power. 

The daughters were : 

I. Joan, who d. s.p. 

IL Gyles, whom. Jeffrey Fanning, 

of Fannmgstown, co. Tip- 

perary. 
TIL Katherine. 
IV. Margaret, who m. Eichard 

Power, of Balliucurry, co. 
Waterford. 



II. Eichard, who m. Gyles, dau. 5. Peter Power : eldest son of 
of David Power, of Culroe, co. Thomas ; m. Katherine, dau. of 
Waterford. William Wale, of Clonymuck, co. 

III. John. IV. James. I Wexford. 



175.— THE "PUECELL" FAMILY, 

Of Fantrafh, County ' Kilkenny . 

EoBERT PuRCELL, of Fautrath, had: I 3. Eobert Purcell, who d. 5 Jan., 
2. Thomas (his heir), who had : I 1635. 



176.— THE ''PUECELL" FAMILY, 

O/Esker. 

The name of Purcell^ first appears on record in Normandy, about 
A.r>. 1085. We learn from a Charter of that date that the tithes of the 
assarts of Porcevalf had been granted by the Lord of that vill to the 
Monastery of the Holy Trinity at Eouen. It was also embodied in the 
name of several other vills in the province. In the time of William the 
Conqueror, Hugh Porcel granted the tithes of Montmarguet, a vill on 
the frontiers of Picardy, and near Aumerle, to the Abbey of Aumerle. 
According to family tradition, Hugh was the first of the Normans to land 
at Pevensey Bay, the first to do a deed of Arms by storming the ruins of 
the old Eoman Castle, where a party of Harold's soldiers lay entrenched, 
and the first to win a grant of Land from William the Conqueror in 
guerdon of the deed. He founded a Baronial family, hereditary ushers 
of the King's Chamber, and holding their lands by tenure of tliat office ; 
which continued in the direct male line for more than 100 years, i.e. to 
the end of King Henry the Second's reign, and threw out flourishing 
branches in several counties, some of which endured to the seventeenth 
century,! From one of these — Lords of Newton Purcell, Oxon — sprang 
again, according to family tradition, another Hugli,S who took part in the 

* Purcell : For the quaint legend accounting for the origin of the name, see 
Moreri. 

t Porceral : The name is now corrupted into Perceval. The manor was feudally 
dependent upon the Taukervilles, Chamberlains of Normandy. 

J Century: Purcell, the celebrated musician, belonged to the Purcells of Shropshire. 

§ Hugh : See Hanmer's History of Ireland, p. 135. See also note in Appendix. 



PEDIGREES. 165 

English invasion of Ireland, in 1171, and was, it is maintained, the knight 
mentioned by Giraldus Cambrensis, as slain at Waterford ; he had been 
left in command of the city on the King's departure for Dublin, and on 
the morrow, seeking to cross the river in one of the native boats to hold 
parley with the King, the boatmen rose upon him in the middle of tbe 
stream, stabbed him with their long "skeans," and threw the body into 
the river. However that may be, he was succeeded in the next gene- 
ration by his sons, Walter and Hugh Purcell. The latter, before the 
close of the century, by marriage with Beatrix,* the childless widow of 
Thomas de Hungerford, and daughter of the first Butler of Ireland, 
acquired the Barony of Loughmore ; she was at the time an only child, 
and thus heiress of a splendid inheritance. 

The aged Butler, however, married again, and to the disgust, we may 
suppose, of poor Sir Hugh Purcell, left an infant son and heir at his 
death, in 1205. The House of Loughmore (or Loughmoe) nevertheless 
remained of historic eminence, and endured in the male line to the 
eighteenth century. In the female line it is now represented by the 
Purcell-O'Gormans. 

Walter Purcell was Baron of Bargy,t — an extensive tract extending 
into Kilkenny, Queen's County, and Carlow, and stretching from the 
base of Slieve Margy or the Bargy Hills near the town of Carlow to the 
rich lands on the western bank of the Nore, and including the north- 
eastern portion of the present county of Kilkenny. It was originally 
possessed by the O'Breunan Clans. Frequent feuds took place, and we 
find by the Patent and Close Kolls, in 1318, Symon Purcell with other 
gentlemen receiving special license from King Edward II. to hold parley 
with the O'Brennans ; and in 1327, being then High Sheriff, he was slain 
with twenty others by that Sept. 

In 1385 ten Marks were paid by order of the Irish Privy Council to Thomas 
St. Leger, Baron of Bargy, for tbe taking of Henry O'Logan and others. 

In the year 1307, Joanna, heiress to the Bargy line had been given in 
marriage by the Crown to Sir William St. Leger, who thus carried the 
barony into that name.:]; Its demesnes were reconquered in the course 
of the fifteenth century by the native clans, and tbe barony appears to 
have been escheated to the Crown. § The Kilkenny manors on the Dinin 
were then necessarily converted into tenures, in caplte, i.e. held 
immediately from the Crown ; and in that condition accordingly we find 
them described in the public records of the sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries. 

In the North-east of Kilkenny several cadets of the Purcells, Barons 
of Bargy, had been planted in contiguous manors, each guarded by one or 
more strong castles, stretching between the Barrow and the Nore, and 

* Beatrix : See Lodge's Peerage, Vol. IV. p. 5. 

t Bargy : Walter Purcell was summoned to Parliament as a Baron in 1298. 

t Name : In 1380 Thomas St. Leger received his summons as Peer. 

§ Crown: In page 68 of his History of Ireland, Hanmer says : "'A gentleman of 
the name dwelling at Dunganstown, near Carlow, affirming himself to be directly 
descended from Baron St. Leger, made claim unto the title, with what success I have 
not searched after." 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



forming a barrier for the protection of the county at large. Esker (see 
Kilkenny Archfeological Society's Proceedings, Vol. I.) was the most 
Northerly of these. In the records of the 17th century, accordingly, we 
find them as Lords of Ballyfoyle, Esker, Foulksrath, Lismayne, and 
Clone. They all adhered to the Old Faith and to the Koyal cause ; and 
thus they were swept away by the great " Eebellion " of 1641, and but 
in part regained their old seats at the Kestoration. The three latter 
families seem to have disappeared ; but that of Ballyfoyle may be traced 
to the present day, through a Cadet, and is now represented by Purcell- 
Fitz- Gerald, Boulgee, Sussex, England." The descent of the Esker 
family is, as follows : 



1. Redmund Purcell, living circa 
1580, had issue three sons: Richard; 
William, of Kilneboliskepannagh ; 
and Geoffrey, of Kilcallan. He 
was dead in 1612. (See Inquests 
in Chancery, a.d. 1615, No. 11.) 

2. Eichard : his son and heir. 
He, jointly with his brother Geoffrey, 
purchased the vill of Balliplogh 
from Sir Richard Butler (see In- 
quests in Chancery, as above). The 
said Richard had issue four sons : 
William, his heir ; Patrick of 
Ballincomo, of whom presently ; 
Geoffrey, and Edward, ofCoolbane; 
the three latter were living in 1635, 
each possessed of lands in the ter- 
ritory of Odogh, on the borders of 
Queen's County (see Inquests in 
Chancery, a.d. 1635, No. 64). 

8. William, son and heir. His 
will is dated July 4, 1632. He d. 
on July 20, following, leaving seven 
surviving children, viz. : Edmund, 
Redmund, Perse, Margaret, Ellen, 
Elizabeth, and Mary. He died 
seized of the Castle, Vill, and Lands 
of Esker, Castle Boban, Kilcullan, 
Ballincomo, and of lands in Cool- 



bane and Dromgoile. The premises 
were held "in capite" by military 
service (see Inquests in Chancery, 
A.D. 1632, No. 50). 

4. Edmund,! son and heir ; in 
1632 was twenty-one years of age 
and unmarried. He was the last 
possessor of Esker, which was con- 
fiscated in 1653, and passed into 
the possession of Colonel James 
Hacket, of the Parliamentary Army. 

5. Eedmund, his heir. He ob- 
tained Listow, CO. Mayo, under the 
Cromwellian settlement, and was 
M.P. for Knocktopher, co. Kilkenny, 
in King James' Parliament. The 
estate was confiscated in 1691. In 
Redmund the elder line appears to 
have become extinct, and the re- 
presentation of the family to have 
passed to the descendants of Patrick 
Purcell, of Ballincomo, uncle of 
Edmund of Esker, second son of 
Eichard (as above), and grandson 
of Eedmund of Esker. Patrick was 
living in 1635, when he held Ballin- 
como by grant of William Purcell, 
of Esker, and divers other lands in 
various townships, for the most 



^England: The illustrious Major-General Sir Patrick Purcell, Vice-General of all 
Mnuster in 16")!, belonged to the Purcells of Croagh. After the capture of Limerick 
he was hanged, his head cut off and fixed on a stake over the southern or St. John's 
Gate of the city. — See Morison, Threnodia Hibernico-Catholica ; also F. Murphy's, S.J., 
" Cromwell in Ireland," p. 29. 

+ Edmund : In 1G3S, when in pursuance of the unhappy policy of the Govern- 
ment, fines were levied upon most of the gentry under thr-eat of making inquisitions 
into defective titles, he sued out a confirmation of title to his estate, and duly paid 
his fine, as did others of his kindred, such as Purcell of Foulkorath, of Clone, and 
others (see Inquests in Chancery). 



PEDIGREES. 



167 



part, on the borders of the Queen's 
County, adjoining the vills of 
Moyarde, Dunane, Timogue, and 
Kilbane (see Inquests in Chancery, 
A.D. 1635, No. 64). The son and 
heir of the said Patrick Purcell was 
Tobias, of Moyarde, ^'^ Queen's 
County. He was attainted in 1691. 
Theobald (or Tobias) Purcell held 
a commission in Colonel Nicholas 
Purcell's troop of Horse, as appears 
by D'Alton's King James' Irish 
Army List ; the names Theobald 
and Tobias being then convertible. 
The estate of Patrick Purcell, of 
Ballincomo, passed to the Wandes- 
fords (under whom most of it had 
been held). They were Protestants, 
and although loyalists, took no 
part in the civil war, the heir being 
a minor. Their descendants hold 
it at the present day. (See Ormonde 
MSS. : Transactions of Kilkenny 
ArcliEeolog. Soc, Vol. I., p. 244.) 

6. Joseph, of Timogue, Queen's 
County, son and heir of Tobias 
Purcell, of Moyarde. He died, circa, 
1700. He was second cousin of 
Edmund, of Esker, and became the 
representative of the Purcells of 
Esker. Near the church door at 
Timogue is a marble tombstone 
placed over " Joseph Purcell, son 
of Captain Purcell, who resided at 
Timogue " ; the tombs in the 
churchyard were generally laid in 
1700. The church contains many 
interesting monuments. It was 
built in the 17th century by Sir 
Walter Whelan, of Timogue Castle, 
on the site of the ancient church 
founded by St. Mochna. It is now 
the Protestant Church (see Trans, 
of Kilkenny Archfeological Society, 
Vol. IL, p. 195). 



7. Kedmund, of Dunane, a town- 
ship adjoining Timogue and 
Moyarde, his son and heir. He 
died in 1760. Being the father 
of six sons, and finding no career 
possible for them at home, under 
the pressure of the penal laws, he 
sent them all, except the youngest, 
Eichard, to the West Indies, where 
they acquired considerable fortunes, 
and were ultimately led to settle in 
England. Hissouswere: I.Joseph, 
his heir ; 2. Patrick, whose only 
son, Patrick, of Suell Hall, Grenada, 
W.I., died in 1809, s.p. ; 3. Perse, 
d. s.p. ; 4. Hugh, d. s.p. ; 5. Kedmund, 
whose son, Joseph, of Harmony 
Hall, Trinidad, W.I., died s.p., in 
1812, leaving his estate to his aunt, 
Bridget Foley ; and 6. Eichard, 
who m. Mabel Dillon, dau. of 
Thomas Dillon, of Kilbane, Queen's 
County, and had Eichard Patrick, 
his son and heir, and six daus., 
who died unmarried. The daus. 
of Eedmund were: 1. Bridget, who 

m. Foley, of Dublin, and died 

in 1833, leaving Harmony Hall, 
Trinidad, W.I., to her only sur- 
viving nephew, the said Eichard 

Patrick ; 2. Mary, who m. 

Wall, of Waterford County, and 
had Mary, who died in Grenada, 
W.I., in 1815, unmarried. 

8. Joseph : his son and hier. 
He married Catherine, 0'Leary,t 
widow of Archibald Johnson. He 
was born 1731, and d. 20th, Feb. 
1803, "at Somerstown, and was 
buried at Old St. Pancras. By his 
will, dated Feb. 14, 1803, after 
leaving a legacy to his dear grand- 
daughter, Celia- Catherine Lyndsey, 
he directs his real estate in Grenada, 
W.I., to be sold, and together with 



* Moyarde : Moyarde was doubtless held by leasehold tenure, and thus, under 
the penal laws, would unavoidably pass away from the family unless it conformed to 
the Established Church. 

t O^Leary : Catherine O'Leary belonged to an ancient Irish family, and was 
related to the well known Father O'Leary, St. Patrick's, Soho, London. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



his personal property to be held in 
trust for his wife, for life, with 
remainder to his son, Patrick- 
Joseph, and to his daughter, Bridget- 
Maria Robertson, for life, with 
remainder to her children, Celia 
Catherine Lyndsey, James Burton, 
George, Ann, and John Thomas 
Robertson. 

9. Patrick-Joseph : his son and 
heir ; died in 1807, s.p. 

10. Joseph, of Harmony Hall, 
Trinidad, son of Kedmund ; by 
the demise of the issue of his uncles, 
became the next heir, but died in 
1812, without issue. 

11. Eichard -Patrick '■' : son and 
heir of Richard Purcell, of Dunane 
(who d. in 1784), by his wife Mabel 
Dillon, sole dau. of Thomas Dillon, 
of Kilbane, by Margaret, his wife, 
dau. and co-heir of Gerald Dillon, 
of Dillon's Grove, Roscommon, the 
representative of the feudal Barons 
of Drumrany, who were chiefs of 
the whole House of Dillon. He m. 
Celia Catherine Lyndsey,! his first 
cousin, the sole dau. of Thomas 
Lyndsey by his wife, Bridget Maria, 
dau. of JoseiDh Purcell, which 



Bridget married secondly Thomas 
Robertson, and had James Burton 
Robertson (the late Professor of 
History in the Catholic University, 
Dublin), John Thomas Robertson 
ftnd others (as above). Richard 
Patrick Purcell became, by the 
demise of the male issue of his 
uncles, the sole representative of 
the Purcells of Esker, and through 
his mother, Mabel Dillon (who d. in 
1825), the representative also of the 
Dillons of Drumrany. He inherited 
considerable estates in the West 
Indies, but settled in England, and 
died at Cranford, Middlesex, on 
19th Jan., 1836, and was buried in 
the Parish Churchyard there. He 
left a widow (who d. in 1868), and 
numerous issue, viz. : 

12. Richard Lyndsey : his son and 
heir ; Henry Dillon ; Edmund 
Sheridan ; Redmund Percy ; Arthur 
Dillon ; Maria Isabella ; Celia 
Catherine ; Agnes Josephine ; 
Emily Mary Dillon ; and Alice 
Dillon . For fuller particulars of the 
family of the said Richard-Patrick 
Purcell, see No. 17 on the pedigree 
of the "Dillons of Drumrany." 



177.— THE "PURCELL" FAMILY. (No. 1.) 
Of Cvoagh, Countij Limerick. 



Thomas Purcell, of Croagh, county 
Limerick, had : 

2. Patrick, who had: 

3. Peirce, who had : 

4. Patrick, of Ballynacargy, co. 
Limerick, who had : 



5. Richard, who d. 22 Oct., 1637. 
He m.Mor, dau. of JohnMacNamara, 
of Knapoge, co. Clare, and had : 

6. Patrick Purcell, who married 
Katherine, dau. of Maurice Herbert, 
of Rathkeale, co. Limerick, Arm. 



* Richard- Patrick : The foregoing pedigree and family history, from the period 
of the confiscation of the property and dispersion of the family downwards, are 
derived from testamentary and other records, in possession of the family, and from 
the accounts given by the daus. of Eedmund Purcell, of Dunane (son of Joseph, 
whose tombstone still exists at Timogue), to their nephew, Richard-Patrick Purcell, 
in his youth. The eldest of his two aunts, Bridget Foley, did not die until 1833, 
leaving to him her real estate in the West Indies. 

+ Lyndsey : Celia Catheiine, dau. of T. Lyndsey, was an heiress, and grand- 
daughter of Lyndsey, of Turin Castle, co. JNIayo, a branch of the family of the 

Lindsays, of which the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres is the head. 



PilDIGREES. 



169 



178.— ANOTHEE "PUECELL" FAMILY. (No. 2.) 
Of CroagJt, Countu Limerick. 



Patrick Purcell, of Croagli, co. 
Linerick, had : 

2. Peirs, who had : 

3. Edmund, who had : 

4. Peirce, of Croagh, who m. 
Martha, daughter of Sir George 
Thornton, Knt., and had : 



5. James Purcell, of Croagh, who 
d. 25 May, 1637, s.p. He married 
Frances, dau. of Francis Berkley, 
Knt., and widow of Ensign Thomas 
Blaney. 



179.— THE "PUECELL" FAMILY. (No. 3.) 
Of Croagh, County Limerick. 



Peirce Purcell, of Croagh, county 
Limerick, Esq., who died 29 Dec, 
1636, m. twice : his first wife was 
Martha, daughter of Sir George 
Thornton, Knt., hy whom he had 
two sons : 

I. James, who m. Frances (s.p.), 
dau. of Sir Francis Berkley. 

II. Patrick. 



His second wife was Sheela, dau. 
of Murtagh MacSheehy, by whom 
he had two sons and a daughter : 

III. Thomas. 

IV. Richard. 

1. Katherine. 

2. Patrick Purcell : second son 
of Peirce. 



180.— THE "QUIN" FAMILY, 
Earls of Dunraven. 

^NEAs (or Aongus) Ceannathrach,* a younger brother of Blad who (see 
p. 108 of the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees) is No. 92 on the 
" O'Brien " (Kings of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Cuinnov 
Midntir Cuinn, of Munster ; anglicised O'Quin, Quin, and Quain. 



92. iEneas Ceannathrach : a 
younger son of Cas, a quo Dal 
Cais, or Dalcassians. 

93. Rethach : his son. 

94. Seanach : his son. 

95. Diomma : his son. 

96. Dunsleibhe : his son. 



97. Cuallta (" cuallta " : Irish, a 
wolf) : his son ; a quo O'CualUaigh, 
anglicised Kielty, Quiltij, and Wolf. 

98. Fermac ("fear" : Irish, a 
man; "mac," bright, j^ure, clear): 
his son ; a quo Cineal Fearmaic, of 
Thomond. 



* Ceannathrach : This is the epithet (" ceann " : Irish, a head ; " a,tra,ch," a boat) 
employed in some Irish MSS. in the case of this .-Eneas ; while Ceannattm ("ceann": 
Irish, a head ; '* a.itin," furze) is the epithet in otliers. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IEISfl 



99. Fercinn (" cionn " : Irish, 
head, cause, account) : his son ; a 
quo O'Fercinn, by some anglicised 
Perkln and Pcrkius.'''' 

100. Flann Scrupuil : his son, 

101. Flancha : his son, 

102. Dubhsalach: his son, 

103. Donu : his son, 
101, Donal : his son. 

105. Deadha (" deadhachd "' : 
Irish, godliness) : his son ; a quo 
0' Deadhaichd, anglicised O'Day, 
0'Dea,\ Day, Dee^ and Deedy. 

106. Conn Mor (" conn " : Irish, 
ivisdom) : his eldest son ; a quo 
O'Cninn or Midntir Cuinn. Had a 
younger brother Donoch, from 
whom descended the O'Dea (of 
Thomond) family ; and another 
younger brother Flaithertach, who 
was the ancestor of Roughan. 

107. Niall : son of Conn Mor ; 
had a younger brother named 
Donal, — See the Linea Antiqua. 
This Niall was slain, a.d. 1014, at 
the Battle of Clontarf, fighting on 
the side of the Irish Monarch 
Brian Boroimhe [boru] , against the 
Danes. 

108. Feadleachair : son of Niall. 
In this generation the sirname was 
first assumed in this family. 

109. Core : his sou. 

110. Murrogh: his son. 

111. Donogh: his son. 

112. Giolla-Sionan : his son. 

113. Donogh : his son. 

114. Donal: his son. 

115. Tomhas : his son. 

116. Donal: his son. 

117. Donal : his son. 

118. Connor O'Quin : his son; 
who lived in the second quarter of 
the 14th century. 



119. Donal: his son. 

120. John : his son. 

121. Donogh : his son. This 
Donogh had, besides his successor, 
another son John, who was Bishop 
of Limerick. 

122. -James, of Kilmallock: son 
of Donogh. 

123. Donogh : his son ; mar. 
Miss Nash, of Ballynacaharagh, by 
whom he had two sons, namely — 
1. Donogh Oge ; 2. Andi'ew, men- 
tioned incidentally in a letter from 
Lord Kerry to Col, David Crosbie, 
dated 3rd October, 1648. 

124. Donogh Oge: sonof Donogh; 
m. a Miss O'Eiordan. 

125. Teige : their son. Had a 
dau. Elenora, who was m. to Simon 
Haly, of Ballyhaly. 

126. Valentine, of Adare : son of 
Teige ; m. Mary, dau, of Henry 
Wyndham, of the Court, county 
Limerick : d. 1744. 

127. Wyndham : son of Valen- 
tine ; in 1748 m. Frances, dau. of 
Eichard Dawson, of Dawson's Grove. 

128. Valentine-Eichard : their 
son ; created " Earl of Dunraven 
and Mount Earl," on the 22nd 
January, 1822. He m., in 1777, 
Frances, dau. of Stephen, first Earl 
of Ilchester, by whom he left, at 
his decease in 1824, his successor, 
another son Richard-George, and a 
dau. Harriet, who m. Sir William 
Payne-Gallwey, Bart. 

129. Windham -Henry Wynd- 
ham, the second Earl, who d. 1850 : 
son of Valentine-Eichard ; m., on 
27th Dec, 1810, Caroline, dau. 
and sole heiress of Thomas Wynd- 
ham, Esq., of Dunraven Castle, 
Glamorganshire, and had : 



* Perkins : According to MacFirbis, "Perkins " and " Perkinson" Avere in Gaelic 
rendered MacPiaruis, and sometimes Mae Pe ad hair, which are by him classed among 
Saxon families (Sloinnte Saxonta) settled in Ireland. 

iODea : This family of " O'Dea," who are of the Cineal Fearmaic, of Thomond, 
and of the Dalcassian race, are a distinct family from O'Dca, of Slieveardagh, in the 
county Tipperary. 



i^EOIGBEES, 



in 



I. Edwin-Eichard-Wyndliam, of 
whom presently. 

II. ■Windham-Henry-Wyndham 
(d. 1865), Captain Grenadier 
Guards ; b. 1829 ; m., in 
1856, Caroline, third dau. of 
Vice - Admiral Sir George 
Tyler, K.H. (she re-married 
in 1867 Col. N. 0. S. Turner, 
E.A), and left with other 
issue : 

I. Windham-Henry-Quin ; b. 

1857. 

I. Lady Anna-Maria-Charlotte 

(d. 1855), who m. in 1836 the 

Eight Hon. William Monsell 

(now Lord Emly), of Tervoe, co. 

Limerick. 

130. Edwin-Eichard-Wyndham, 

the third Earl (who d. Oct. 1871) : 

son of Windham-Henry-Wyndham ; 

b. 1812. Was twice married : first, 

to Augusta, third dau. of the late 

Thomas Goold, Esq., Master in 

Chancery ; and secondly, to Anne, 

dau. of Henry Lambert, Esq., of 

Carnagh (who, as the Dowager 

Countess of Dunraven, m. secondly, 

on the 26th April, 1879, Hedworth 

Hylton Jolliffe, second Baron 

Hylton). The children of Edwin- 



Eichard-Wyndham by the first 
marriage were : 

I. Windham-Thomas- Wyndham, 
of whom presently. 

I. Lady Caroline-Adelaide ; b. 
1838; d. 1853. 

II. Lady Augusta-Emily ; b. 
1839. 

III. Lady Mary - Frances ; b. 
1844 ; m. in 1868 Arthur Hugh 
Smith-Barry, Esq., of Marbury 
Hall, Cheshire, and of Fota 
Island, Cork (who was M.P. 
for Cork, 1867-1874). 

IV. Lady Edith. 

V. Lady Emily-Anna. 

131. Windham-Thomas-Wynd- 
ham Quin, of Adare* Manor, 
Adare, co. Limerick, and of Dun- 
raven Castle, Bridgend, Glamor- 
ganshire, late 1st Life Guards : 
son of Edwin-Richard- Wyndham ; 
living in 1883; b. 12 Feb., 1841; 
m., 29th April, 1869, Florence, 
second dau. of Lord and Lady 
Charles Lennox Kerr ; succeeded 
his father, as the fourth Earl, on 
the 6th October, 1871. Issue: 

I. Lady Florence Enid. 

II. Lady Eachel-Charlotte. 

III. Lady Aileen May. 



181.— THE "EICE" FAMILY, 
Of Carrignefyly^ county Kerry. 



Robert Ryes (or Rice) had : 

2. John, who had : 

3. John, of Damary Court, in 
Dorsetshire, Esq., who had : 



4. James (the sixth son), of 
Carrignefyly, co. Kerry, who d. in 
1639. He m. Alson, daughtei- of 
Thomas Spring, of Killagha Abbey, 



Adare: 



Oh, sweet Adare ! oh, lovely vale ! 

Oh, soft retreat of sylvan splendour ! 
Nor summer sun, nor morning gale, 

E'er hailed a scene more softly tender. 
How shall I tell the thousand charms 

Within thy verdant bosom dwelling, 
Where, lulled in Nature's fost'ring arms. 

Soft peace abides and joy excelling 



-Gerald Griffin, 



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IKISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



CO. Kerry, and had three sons and 
one daughter : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. William. 

III. Gerald. 

I. Anabella, who m. Gerald Fitz- 



gerald, Archdeacon of Emly, 

in the co. Limerick. 
5. John Eice: son of James ; m. 
Eliza, dan. of William Walters, of 
Culley, CO. Limerick. 



182.- THE "KIDGWAY" FAMILY, 

Of Rossonell, County Kilkenny. 



John Ridgway m. Eliza, dau. of 
John Wandford, and had : 

2. Thomas, of the co. Devon, m. 
Mary, daughter and heir of Thomas 
Southcott, and had : 

3. Sir Thomas, of Dorsetshire, 
Knt. and Bart. ; created " Lord 
Kidgway," 20 May, 1616 ; died in 
London, in 1631. 



4. Kobert, Lord Kidgway : his 
son ; d. at Eossonell, co. Kilkenny, 
18 Mar., 1640. He m. Eliza, dau. 
and heir of Simon Weston of Lich- 
field, Mile's. Had two brothers : 
1. Edward, 2. William ; and three 
sisters. 

5. Weston, Lord Eidgway : son 
of Eobert ; living in 1703. 



183.— THE "EING" FAMILY. 

Daire Ceaeb, a brother of Lughaidh who (see the Third Edition of our 
"Irish Pedigrees") is No. 88 on the " MacCarthy Mor" pedigree, was 
the ancestor of O'mBillrin ; anglicised Ring. 



son of OlioU 



his son. 



88. Daire Cearb 
Flann-Beag. 

89. Fiacha Fidgente 
Brian : his son. 
Cairbre : his son. 
Ere : his son. 
Aill Ceannfhoda : his son. 
Lapadh : his son. 
Aongus : his son. 
Aodh : his son. 
Crunnmaol : his son. 

98. Eoganan : his son. 

99. Aodh Eon : his son. 
Dubhdhabh : his son. 
Ceaunfaoladh : his son. 
Dall ("dall": Irish, blind) : 

son ; a quo O'Dhaill Gabhra, 



90. 
91. 
92. 
93. 
94. 
95. 
96. 
97. 



100 
101, 
102, 
his 



anglicised 0' Dally, a Dell, Odell, 
and Vale. 

103. Fursach : his son. 

104. Duneadach : his sou. 

105. Aongus : his son. 

106. Dubarthach : his son. 

107. Billrian ("bill" : Irish, 
small, "rian," a footstep)', his son; 
a quo O'viBillrin. 

108. Ecthighearn : his son. 

109. Suthan (" suth " : Irish, 
soot, the iceather, " an," one who) : 
his son; a quo O'Suthain, anglicised 
Sutton. 

110. Maolruanadh O'mBillrin: 
his son. 



184.— THE " EOCHE " FAMILY, 
Of Ballydwyle, County Cork. 



Ulic Eoche had : 
2. James, who had 



3. Ulick, who had : 

4. John, who had : 



PEDIGREES, 



178 



5. Edmund, of Ballydwyle, co. 
Cork, who d. 31 Mar., 1639. He 
m. Margaret, dau. of David Nangle, 
of Monanymny, co. Cork, gent., 
and had one son and one daughter : 



I, John. 
I. Ellen. 

6. John Roche, of Ballydwyle 
son of Edmund, 



185.-THE "EOCHFOED" FAMILY, 

Of Kilbride, 



John Eochford married Margery 
Birford, and had : 

2. John, of Kilbride (living in 
1415), who had : 

3. John, who m. Genet Evers, 
and had : 

4. John of Kilbride, who m. 
Eliza Darcj^ and had two sons and 
one daughter : 

I. Eoger, who m. Katherine, dau. 
of Read, of Eeadstown. 

II. Robert, of whom presently. 

I. Katherine, who m. Thomas 
Luttrell, of Luttrellstown. 

5. Eobert : second son of John ; 
m. Genet, dau. of Nangle, Baron of 
Navan, and had three sons and 
three daughters : 

I. John, of Carrick, who m. Genet 
Derter. 

II. Thomas. 

III. Christopher, of whom pre- 
sently. 

I. Margaret. 

II. Katherine. 

III. Anna. 

G. Christopher: third son of 
Robert ; m. Margaret Eustace, of 
Castlemartin, and had one son and 
one daughter : 

I. Eobert, of whom presently. 

I. Jenet, who m. David Sutton, 
of Castletown. 

7. Eobert, of Kilbride, living in 
1569 : son of Christopher ; was 
twice m. : first to Jana St. Johns, 
by whom he had a son : 

I. Christopher, his heir, of whom 
presently. 



— F. 4. 18. 

Robert's second wife was Joan, 
dau. of James Boix, by whom he 
had two sons and one daughter : 

II. James, who m. Margaret, 
dau. of John Lynum, and had : 
I. William, who was twice m.: 

first, to a dau. of Gerrat 
Linse, of Donore, by whom 
he had : I. Oliver; II. James, 
who m. Margaret Fitzgerrot, 
of Donore, and had : I. Wil- 
liam, who m. Mary, dau. of 
William Fitzgerald of Castle- 
rowe, and had : I. James, 
who m. Joan, dau. of Maurice 
Eustace, of Castlemartin, 
and had : I. Oliver Rochford. 
The second wife of William 
(I.), son of James, was Mar- 
garet (d. s.p.), dau. of Ray- 
mond Fitzgerald. 

III. Walter, the second son of 
Robert, by his second wife, had : 
I. James, of Aghrey, co. Wick- 
low, his second son, who 
had two sons : I. James, 
who was Lieutenant to Sir 
Arthur Loftus, and was 
killed at Kilcharen, on the 
24 Feb., 1641, and was bur. 
at St. Patrick's, Dublin. He 
was unm. II. Peirce. 

Robert's daughter was : 

I. Katherine, who m. Nicholas 
Dillon, of Kapok, co. Dublin. 

8. Christopher : the eldest son 
of Robert ; m. Margaret Liuch, of 
Knock, and had one son and one 
daughter : 



174 



IBISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



I, Robert, of whom presently. 
I. Ismay, who m. John Elliot, 
Mile's, second Baron Scanary. 

9. Robert : son of Christopher ; 
m. Ellen Dillon, and had two sons 
and two daughters : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher. 

I. Margaret, who m. a Mr. 
Hussey, of Galtrim. 

II. Mary, who m., but we have 
not ascertained her husband's 
name. 

10. John, Arm.y who d. 12 Jan., 
1637 : son of Robert ; m. Kath., 
dau. of Nicholas, Viscount Gormans- 
town, and had six sons and six 
daughters : 

I. Kobert, of whom presently. 



II. Jenico. 

III. Oliver. 

IV. St. John. 

V. Thomas. 

VI. Henry. 

The daughters were : 

I. Katherine, who m. Edward 
Evers. 

XL Mary, who m. Francis 
Tyrrell. 

III. Ismay, who m. Gerald 
Dillon. 

IV. Jane, who m. Luke Holly- 
wood. 

V. Eliza. 

VI. Mary. 

II. Robert Rochford: son of John; 
m. Eleanor, dau. of Lord Slane. 



186. THE "EOCHFOKD" FAMILY, 

Of Kilbride. 



Robert Roohford, of Kilbride, had : 

2. Christopher (his heir), who 
had : 

3. Kobert (his heir), who had : 



4. John, who had : 

5. John, who d. 12 Jan., 1637. 
He m. Katherine, dau. of Chris- 
topher, Viscount Gormanstown. 



187.— THE "BOOTH" FAMILY, 

Of Kilkenny. 



Thomas Eooth had : 

2. John, who had : 

3. David, who had : 

4. Thomas, who had : 

5. Edward Rooth, Alderman of 
Kilkenny, who had : 

6. Richard, Aid. of Kilkenny, who 



d. 4 July, 1637. He m. Joan, dau 
of John Archer, Aid. of Kilkenny 
and had three daughters : 

I. Mary. 

II. Margaret. 
IIL Ellice. 



188.— THE "KOSSETER" FAMILY. 

The following is a translation from a Latin Document respecting 
this family, by the late Mr. Edmond Hore, of Castle Street, Wexford. 
We insert it because of the historical information which it contains : 

" Ml". Walter Rosseter father of Ignatius Rosseter, late of Wexford, Ireland, was 
son of Mr. John Rosseter, of the distinguished and ancient Catholic family of the 
Rosseters, of Rathniaknee, in the County of Wexford, and of Dame Margaret 



PEDIGREES. 175 

Rosseter, daughter of Mr. Philip Eosseter, of the noble and ancient house of Slevoie, 
in the same County of Wexford. Said Philip was paternal uncle of the illustrious Most 
Keverend Michael Rosseter, Bishop of Ferns, who died in the year 1709. The before- 
mentioned Mr. John Rosseter was son of Mr. Walter Rosseter, of the same 
renowned house of Rathmaknee, who left in patrimony to the aforesaid John, his son, 
several townlands and possessions. The mother of the said John was Dame Margaret 
Rosseter, which said Margaret was first cousin of Thomas Rosseter, Esq. , Knight of 
the Shire, for the County of Wexford— which Thomas was paternal uncle of Patrick 
and William Sarsfield. Said Patrick Sarsfield was Commander-in-Chief of Leinster, 
Earl of Lucan, and Generalissimo of the Forces of James the Second, in Ireland, a 
leader of most undoubted gallantry, in which position the said Patrick obtained most 
seasonable laws in favour of the Catholic Faitli and Religion, and received the thanks 
of the Irish people, these were the " Conditions of Limerick," obtained at the time 
when the Prince of Orange, with numerous forces, was invading the Kingdom of 
Ireland, with the intention of extirpating the Catholic Faith, root and branch. The 
before-named William Sarsfield, Knight, had for his wife, Mary Stewart, daughter 
of Charles the Second, King of England. The before-mentioned Mi-. John Rosseter, 
father of the aforesaid Walter, grandfather of Ignatius aforesaid, late of Wexford, in 
Ireland (as stated above) was grandson of John Rosseter, Esq., heir and inheritor of 
the aforesaid distinguished house of Rathmaknee, and owner of several manors and 
possessions, in whose mansion-house, and with whom John, Archbishop of Fermo, 
Nuncio Apostolic, was in the habit of sojourning before the arrival of Oliver Crom- 
well into Ireland. Said John Rosseter had nine sisters, all of whom were joined in 
matrimony with knights and esquires ; one of them was Dame Mary Rosseter, wife 
of Philip Devereux, knight, heir, and head of the renowned house of Ballimager. 
Another ,Dame Margaret Rosseter, wife of Richard Synnott, knight, heir, and head of 
the famed house of Ballytrinan, and a third sister was Catherine Rosseter, wife of 
John French, Esq. , heir and haad of the noble and Catholic family of Ballitory, of 
whom was born the illustrious Right Reverend Nicholas French, Bishop of Ferns. 
A fourth was Anastatia, wife of James Wadding, Esq., heir and head of the ancient 
Catholic house of Bally cogly, of whom was born the illustrious Right Reverend Luke 
Wadding, Bishop of Fei'ns, who died in 1687, and was the successor of the before- 
mentioned Bishop French, and was succeeded by the Right Reverend Michael 
Rosseter, who died Bishop of Ferns in 1709, as before stated. Thus the three Right 
Reverend successors in the Episcopacy of Ferns, were grandsons of Mr. Philip 
Rosseter aforenamed * * * of Walter, father of Ignatius, named at the beginning. 
There were many others of the aforesaid family of Rosseters Clergymen of 
distinguished sanctity, and Militarymen of singular daring and courage, who with 
incredible constancy, against the enemies of the Faith, fought in the front of battle, 
and bore the Standard of Christ, with firm foot and dauntless heart, against all the 
threats of tyrants — never flinching their colours from the day they came from England 
into Ireland, in the year 1170, and reign of Henry the Second. Descended of an 
illustrious race in Lincolnshire, that city and shire had many renowned families of 
Rosseters, and at that time were among the chief and leading men of England, and 
History, both English and Irish, attests that this family of Rosseters stood among the 
very first in Ireland." 

The Armorial Bearings of this family : 

Crest : A double-headed Eagle displayed. Azure. 

Shield : A lizard. Vert, chevron, gu. with three Pheons, ar. 

Motto ; "Prudens ut serpens ; simplex ut columba." 



189.— THE " SINNOT " FAMILY, 

Chiefs in Orgiall. 

FiACHA Casan, a younger brother of Rochadh who is No. 86 on the 
" O'Hart " (Princes of Tara) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Shionnaijh; 
anglicised Fox^''~ Slnnot, and Synnot. 

* Fox : Quite distinct from the " Fox " family, who were lords in Teffia, Of West- 
meath, and descended from the Irish Monarch Niall of the Nine Hostages. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



86. Fiacha Casan : son of Colla 
da Clirioch. 

87. Fedhlin : his son. 

88. Eachacli : his son. 

89. 011a : his son. 

90. Amhailgadh : his son. 

91. Feareadach culdubh: his son. 

92. Sionnach (" sionnach " : Irish, 
a fox) : his son; a quo O'Shionnaigh. 
Had a brother Maolodhar Caoh, a 
quo Ui Broduighacclids Fiachna. 

93. Dubhdalethe: son of Sionnach. 



94. Murcheartach : his son. 

95. Caomhan : his son. 

96. Flannagan : his son. 

97. Ceallach : his son. 

98. Eochaidh : his son. 

99. Maolmuire : his son. 

100. Amhailgadh : his son. 

101. Maoliosa : his son. 

102. Aodh : his son. 

103. Ceallach O'Shionnaigh: his 
son. 



190.— THE "SKELTON" FAMILY, 

Of Sleati/, Queen's Count ij. 



Mathew Skelton, alias Lint, of 
Sleaty, Queen's County, who was 
a famous Poet, had : 

2. Martin, who had : 

3. Mathew, who had : 

4. Anthony, who died 3 July, 
1637. This Anthony married 
Mary, daughter of George Comer- 
ford, of Welles, county Carlow, 



gent., and had one son and four 
daughters : 

I. Mathew, of whom presently. 

I. Joan. 

II. Mabel. 

III. Amy. 

IV. Ellen. 

5. Mathew Skelton : son of 
Anthony. 



191.— THE " SKIPWITH " FAMILY, 

Of Virginia, U.S.A. 

This family, originally called Sclu/pwic (from the Lordship of " Skipwith," 
in Yorkshire, England), is, according to Dugdale, descended from Robert 
de Stutville, temp. William the Conqueror. 

Sir WilHam Skipwith, b. 1709, 
d. 1764, succeeded his brother Sir 
Grey. He m. Elizabeth Smith, 
and had seven children: 1. William, 
who died 1756; 2. Sir Peyton, of 
whom presently ; 3. Henry ; 

4. Jane, who m. Edmund Ruffin ; 

5. Ehzabeth ; 6. Mary ; 7. Robert. 
2. Sir Peyton, the seventh Bar- 
onet : son of Sir William : was 
twice m. By his first wife he had 
issue. His second wife was Anne 



Miller, by whom he had three 
children : 1 Lelia ; 2. Sir Grey, of 
whom presently ; 3. Mary. 

3. Sir Grey : son of Sir Peyton ; 
m. Harriet Townsend, and had four 
children: 1. Peyton, of Virginia; 
2. Helen ; 3. Selina; 4. Humber- 
stone of Virginia. 

4. Peyton Skipwith, of Virginia, 
U.S.A. : son of Sir Grey ; married 
Cornelia Green. 



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177 



192.— THE "STAFFORD" FAMILY, 
Of Ballymackehan, County Wexford. 



Nicholas Stafford, of Ballymac- 
kehan, CO. Wexford, had : 

2, Nicholas, who had : 

3. John, of Ballymackehan, who 
d. 29 Nov., 1638. He m. Alson, 
dau. of Richard Devereux, of Bal- 
lymagire, co. Wexford, and had 
eight sons : 

I. Nicholas, of whom presently. 

II. Anthony, s.p. 



III. Denis. 

IV. James. 

V. George. 

VI. Jasper, who d. s.p. 

VII. Melchior, who d. s.p. 

VIII. Balthasar. 

4. Nicholas Stafford : eldest eon 
of John ; m. Maria, dau. of Peter 
Barnewal], of Dromnoh. 



193.— THE "STEWART" FAMILY, 
Lords Castlestewart. 



Andrew Steward, Lord of Eving- 
dale, alias Avandale, had : 

2. Andrew, Lord Ochiltre, alias 
Oghiltre, alias Ughiltre, who had : 

3. Andrew, who had : 

4. Andrew, Lord Ochiltre, who 
had : 

5. Andrew Steivart, Bart., of Nova 
Scotia, Lord Castlestewart, co. 
Tyrone, who d. 30 Mar., 1639, and 
was bur. on the 3 April, He m. 
daughter of John, Earl of Atholl, 
who d. 16 Oct., 1635, and had : 



I. Andrew. 

II. Robert. 

6. Andrew, Lord Castlestewart: 
son of Andrew ; m. Joyce, dau. of 
Arthur Blundell, of Blundelstown, 
Knt., and had one son and three 
daughters : 

I. Josias. 
L Eliza. 

II. Margaret. 

III. Joyce, s.p. 

7. Josias Stewart: son of Andrew, 



194.— THE " SUTTON " FAMILY, 
Of Tipper, County Kildare. 



John Sutton, of Tipper, county 

Kildare, Esq., descended from 

Sutton, some time Lord Deputy of 
Ireland, had : 

2. William, of Tipper, his heir, 
who had : 

3. John, of Tipper, bis heir, who 
d. 13 June, 1637, and was bur. in 
the Abbey of Kildare. He m, Mary, 
dau. of John Allen,-'' of St. Wolstan's, 
CO. Kildare, Esq., and had: 

I. William, who d. v.p. 



II. William (2), who also d. v.p. 
He m, Ellis Bennet, and had : 
I, Richard, 

4. William : son of John ; m. 
Katherine, dau. of Nicholas Wogan, 
of Rathcoffey, in the co. Kildare, 
and had : 

I. Nicholas. II, Mathew, 

5, Nicholas Sutton : son of 
William ; m, Ellen, dau, of Patrick 
Scurlock (now Sherlock), of Rath- 
cridan, co, Dublin, Esq. 



* A Hen : This John Allen was descended from 
Queen Katherine, wife of King Henry VIII. 



Allen, of Norfolk, servant to 



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195.-THE "SWENEY" FAMILY, 

Of Redidng, Minnesota, United States, America. 

Myles (or Maolmordlia), a younger brother of Hugh, who (see p. 298 of 
the Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees") is No. 130 on the 
" MacSweeney " (Na Tuaighe, or Na Doe) genealogy, was the ancestor 
of this branch of that family : 



130. Myles MacSweeney, of Let- 
terkenny, co. Donegal : son of 
Tirloch ; lived to a very old age. 

131. Daniel McSidne: his son; 
m. Jane, dan. of John Burns. 

132. Nicholas Major /Sfce^^^: his 
son ; m. Fanny Bell Barclay, 

133. Alexander Montgomery 
Sweuey : his son ; b. 1783 ; m. 



Mary M. Kehr. Had an elder 
brother, George, who left no male 
issue. 

134. Doctor William Wilson 
Sweney, of Ked Wing, Minnesota, 
United States of America : son of 
Alexander ; b. 18 December, 1818, 
in Northumberland County, Penn- 
sylvania ; and living in 1881. 



196.— THE "TAYLOR" FAMILY, 

Of Ballyhaies, County Cavern. 



John Taylor, of Ballyhaies, came 
from England ; he had : 

2. Brochill, of Ballyhaies, who 
d. 10 July, 1636. His first wife 
was Bridget (d. s.p.) dau. of Sir 



Richard Waldron ; and his second 
wife was Eliza, dau. of Sir Anthony 
Cope, Knt., and Bart., by whom he 
had two daughters : — 1. Eliza, 
2. Mary. 



197.— THE " TIGHE " FAMILY, 

Of Leinster. 

Main Mal, one of the younger brothers of Cathair Mor, the 109th 
Monarch of Ireland, and who (see the Third Edition of our " Irish 
Pedigrees") is No. 89 on the "O'Connor" (Faley) genealogy, was the 
ancestor of O'Taidhg ; anglicised Tiglie. 



89. Main Mal : son of Felim 
Fiorurglas ; a quo Hy-Maile, and 
the territory in the county Wicklow 
called Inutile. 

90. Amhailgadh : his son. Had 
three elder brothers — 1. Tuathal 
Tigheach, 2. Berach, 3. Sedua 
Cromdana. This Sedna had a son 
named Aedh, who had twelve sons. 

91. Fergus : son of Amhailgadh. 

92. Feargna: his son. 

93. Dioma : his son. 

94. Diocolla : his sou. Had an 
elder brother, Aedh Acrach, who 
■was the father of Cobthach, the 
father of Fiachra Fionn ; and a 
younger brother", Berchan, who was 



the father of Dubhtire, the father 
of Leathola, father of FJaun, father 
of Rudgail, father of Dungealach, 
father of Aedhgus, father of Cinneth, 
father of Mithighan, father of Ceal- 
lach, father of Cionneth, father of 
Cairbre, lord of Imaile, who d. 
A.D. 847. This Cairbre had a 
brother, Dungealach (see Mac- 
Firbis's Genealogies, p. 211). 

95. ( ) 

96. Siolan : son of No. 95. 

97. Faeleb : his son. 

98. Faolbran : his son. 

99. Dimgal : his son. 

100. TadhgC'tadhg": Irish, a poet, 
jiliilosopJier): his son; a quo 0' Taidhg. 



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179 



198.— THE "TIERELL" FAMILY, 

Of Brenochstown^ Conntij IVestmeath. 



Richard Duffe Tirrell, of Bre- 
nockstown, had : 

2. William, wlio had : 

3. Philip, who had : 

4. Richard, '■= who had : 

5. Walter (the second son), of 
Brenockstown, who d. 26 July, 1637. 



He m. Elizabeth, dan. of Walter 
Tirrell of Clonmoyle, county West- 
meath, gent., and had: 1. Walter, 
who d. s.p. ; 2. Thomas. 

6. Thomas : second son of Walter ; 
m. Mary, dau. of Walter Browne of 
Kilpatrick, co. Westmeath. 



199.— THE "TIRRELL" FAMILY, 

Of Canentoicn, County Westmeath. 



Richard Tirrell, of Canerstown, 
CO. Westmeath, gent., had : 

2. Edmund, who had : 

3. Edward, who d. 11 May, 1636. 
He m. Onora, dau. of John Tirrell 
of Clonemoil, gent., and had : 

I. Richard, 
His second wife was Amy, dau. of 



Richard Sutton, of Richardstown, 
CO. Kildare, and had one son and 
three daughters : 

11. James. 

L Barbara. 

II. Onora. 

III. Bridget. 

4. Richard : eldest son of Edward. 



* Richard : This is the Captain Richard Tirrell who is mentioned under a.d. 1597, 
in the Annals of the Four Masters. In. a note at page 621 of Conuellan's Edition of 
that great Work, it is stated that the said Captain Tirrell was " a gentleman of the 
Anglo-Norman family of the Tyrrells, lords of Fartullagli in Westmeath. He was 
one of the most valiant and celebrated commanders of the Irish in the war against 
Elizabeth ; and, during a period of ten or twelve years, had many conflicts with the 
English forces in various parts of Ireland. He was particularly famous for bold and 
hazardous exploits, and rapid expeditions ; and copious accounts are given of him by 
Fynes Morrison, MacGeoghagan, and others. After the reduction of Ireland, he 
retired to Spain. The battle of Tyrrell's Pass is described by MacGeoghagan, and 
mentioned by Leland and other historians ; it was fought in the summer of 1597, at 
a place afterwards called " Tyrrell's Pass," now the name of a town in the barony of 
Fartidlagh, in the county Westmeath. When Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, heard 
that the English forces were preparing to advance into Ulster, under the Lord Deputy 
Borrough, he detached Captain Tyrrell, at the head of four hundred chosen men, to 
act in Meath and Leinster ; and, by thus engaging some of the English forces of the 
Pale, to cause a diversion, and prevent their joining the Lord Deputy Borrough, or 
co-operate with Sir Conyers Cliiford. The Anglo-Irish of Meath assembled at 
Mullingar, to the nundoer of one thousand men, under the command of Barnwall, 
Baron of Trimblestown, intending to proceed to and join the Lord Deputy. Tyrrell 
was encamped, with his small force, in FartuUagh, and was joined in command by 
young O'Connor Faley of the King's County. The Baron of Trimblestown, having 
learned where Tyrrell was posted, formed the project of taking him by surprise, and 
for that purpose, dispatched his son (young Bai-nwall) at the head of the assembled 
troops. Tyrrell, having received information of their advance against him, immediately 
put himself in a posture of defence, and, making a feint of flying before them as they 
advanced, drew them into a defile covered with trees, which place has since been 
called TyrrelPs Pass ; and, having detached half of his men under the command of 
O'Connor, they were posted in ambush in a hollow adjoining the road. When the 
English were passing, O'Connor and his men sallied out from their ambuscade, and 
with their drums and fifes played "Tyrrell's March," which was the signal agreed 



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200.— THE "TULLY" FAMILY, 

Of Ulster. 



Maoltuile, a younger brother of Maoldoon, who (see p. 373 of the Third 
Edition of our " Irish Pedigrees ") is No. 94 on the " O'Neill " (Princes 
of Tyrone) genealogy, was the ancestor of Oli-MaoUuile ; anghcised 
MulUdly, Tally, and Flood (of Ulster). 



94. Maoltuile ("tuile": Irish, 
a flood) : son of Maolfireach ; and a 
quo this family name. 

95. Hugh : his son. 

96. Cormack : his son. 

97. Cairbre : his son. 

98. Owen : his son. 

99. Teige : his son. 

100. Connor: his son. 

101. Donal: his son. 

102. Murrogh : his son. 

103. Muirceartach : his son. 

104. Gonla : his son. 

105. Aongus : his son. 

106. Maoltuile : his son. 

107. Giollabreac : his son. 

108. Congal : his son. 

109. Conang : his son. 

110. Griorrha : his son. 

111. Muriartach : his son. 

112. Cathal: his son. 

113. Connor: his son. 

114. Cormac: his son. 



115. William Tully. his son. 

116. lollan : his son. 

117. Kyras Tully : his son. Was 
Dean of Clonfert, co. Galway ; d. 
31 Dec, 1637. This Kyras was 
twice m. : by his first wife Sheela, 
a dau. of Thomas 0' Kelly, Esq., 
he had five sons : 

I. Mathew. 

II. Mark. 

III. Luke. 

IV. John. 

V. Connor. 

The second wife of Kyras Tully was 
Katherine, a dau. of John na Moy 
O'Kelly, of Criagh, by whom he had 
three sons : 

VI. Edward. 

VII. Conla. 

VIII. Nicholas. 

118. Mathew Tully : eldest son of 
Kyras. 



201.— THE "UPHAM" FAMILY. 

This sirname is an anglicised form of the ancient Irish Uppain ; a family 
descended from Ir, one of the sons of Milesius of Spain, a quo the 
Milesian Irish Nation. 

There is a place called Upham in the parish of Killenaule, barony of 
Slieveardagh, and county of Tipperary ; but we have not ascertained that 
any family bearing that name lives there now. One family of the name, 
however, at present (1883) lives in Dubhn. 



upon for the attack. Tyrrell then rushed on them in front, and the English, being 
thus hemmed in on both sides, were, cut to pieces ; the carnage being so great that out 
of their entire force only one soldier escaped the slaughter, who having fled through 
a marsh carried the news to MuUingar . . . Young Barnwall being taken prisoner, 
his life was spared, but he was delivered to O'Neill. A curious circumstance is 
mentioned by MacGeoghagan, tlaat, from the heat and excessive action of O'Connor's 
Bword-arm on the occasion, his hand )jecame so swelled that it could not be extricated 
from the guard of his sabre until the handle was cut through with a file," 



PEDIGREES. 181 

Ui)ham is mentioned in the year 1422, as situate in the Hundred of 
Kynwolmershee, in Wiltshire, England, (see " Kalendars and Inventories 
of his Majesties Exchequer," Vol. II., p. 113) ; and the name is also 
mentioned in " Doomsday Book," Vol. II, , p. 36. There is also a parish 
named Upham. in Hampshire, England. 

As a simame, however, the name is first met with in the Charter 
Rolls in London, Vol. I., Part 1, folio 170, An. 9, John, 1208, in which 
Hugo (le Upham conveyed by gift seven acres of land to the church of 
St. Maria de Bradinstock, in 1208. This church was a small Monastery 
in Wilts; and it appears that Bradinstock was in the "Hundred of 
Kinwarston, Lat. 51° 23', and Long. 1° 39' West." The name is again 
found in the Hundred Rolls, temp. Henry III. and Edward I., Vol. II., 
p. 210 ; and in the Fine Eolls, Henry III., Vol. II., p. 375 (a.u. 1216- 
1272). In all of these Eecords various individuals of apparent local 
prominence are mentioned — all in Wiltshire and in Hundreds adjoining ; 
and, no doubt, all related to each other. About 1145 the name again 
appears in Charter Kolls, A. 19-23, Henry VI., No. 93, p. 385. 

The siruame " Upham" seems to have been represented in the above 
localities in England for many generations, from the beginning of the 
thirteenth down to the seventeenth century. 

The first of the family that settled in America was John Upham. 
Camden Hotten says in his book, that the said John sailed from 
Weymouth, England, with his wife and three children, on the 20th 
of March, 1635, with a party of colonists which appear to have been 
organized in Somersetshire, headed by a clergyman named Hull, who had 
been of the Establishment. 

After reaching America John- Upham was prominent in the settle- 
ment of Weymouth and Maiden, Massachusetts ; and was a member of 
the General Court of that Colony. He died at Maiden on the 25th of 
February, 1681, aged eighty-four. All bearing this name in the United 
States and in the British Provinces of America are his descendants ; 
among whom are and have been many who have attained social 
distinction. 



202.— THE " WALLIS " FAMILY. 

Ealph Wallis, of the City of Dublin, Esq., Clerk of the Eolls, and M.P., 
who acted as Deputy for the celebrated Sir William Temple, received in 
1644 from the Ulster King of Arms, a Grant or Confirmation of Arms, 
which stated that the said Ealph Wallis was of an ancient family ; set 
forth the Arms which had been borne by some of his ancestors ; and 
confirmed to him and his posterity, " for ever," a Crest, Arms, and 
Motto ; 

The Crest, being : Oq a helmet and wreath of his colours, a hand 
proper, sleeved sable, holding a cinque foil common, matled gules 
doubled, argent ; 

The Arms : Per bend az. and ar. in chief a lion pas. of the last, armed 
and langued gu., in base a tower triple-towered sa (see Burke's Armory) ; 

The Motto : " Victoria Mihi Christus." 



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IKISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



He was twice married 
by whom lie bad : 



first, to Miss Talbot of the House of Malabide, 



1. George, of Portrane, in the 
county of Dublin, Esq., Ulster 
King of Arms, who m. Anne, 
dau. of Sir Eicbard Carney, 
Knt., Ulster King of Arms, 
and bad : 

I. Ealpb. 

II. Elizabetb. 

III. Jane. 

Mr. Ealpb Wallis was, secondly, 
m. to Jane, dau. and beiress of 
tbe Very Eev. Eobert Wilson, Dean 
of Ferns and Leigblin (by tbe dau. 
of tbe Rigbt Rev. tbe Lord Bisbop 
of Ferns), wbose Arms descended 
to Mrs. Wallis-Healy ; and bad : 

II. Robert, of Killeny, in tbe 
Queen's County, Esq., wbod.s. p. 

III. Cbarles, of wliom presently. 

2. Cbarles Wallis : described as 
tbe only sou and beir of Ealpb, of 
Dublin ; consequently tbe otber 
heirs of bis father were in bis life- 
time extinct. Cbarles m. Eliza- 
betb, sole child and heiress of 
Ferdinando Davis, of Lisgold, in tbe 
county Fermanagh, and of Castle 
Derrick, in tbe county Tyrone, 
Esq. (grand-nephew of tbe dis- 
tinguished Poet, Statesman, and 
Lawyer, Sir John Davis, Lord 
Chief Justice of England), by bis 
cousin Dorothy, dau. of Morgan 
Cave of Bagley, in Dorsetshire, 
England. (The Davis Arms also 
descended to Mrs. Wallis-Healy.) 
By tbe beiress of Davis, Cbarles 
Wallis had several children, only 
one of whom, Ealpb, left issue. 

3. Ealpb, of Springmount, 
Queen's County : son of Charles ; 
m. Frances, only dau. of William 
Peisley Vaughan, of Golden Grove, 
in the King's County (High Sheriff 
of that County in 1738), by Anne, 
daughter of Thomas Sadleir of 
Sopwell Hall, in tbe county Tip- 



perary, Esq. (Maternal ancestor of 
Eicbard Chenevix Trench (living in 
1883), Lord Archbishop of Dublin, 
and of tbe first Lords Ashtown, 
Dunally, and Cbarleville) , descended 
from tbe illustrious Warrior and 
Statesman, temp. Henry VIII. and 
Elizabetb, namely the Right Hon. Sir 
Ralph Sadleir, last Knight Banneret, 
of England ; Principal Secretary 
of State, and Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster, who obtained 
tbe favour and friendship of tbe 
unfortunate Mary, Queen of Scots, 
during bis Governorship of Tilbury 
Castle, in which she was confined. 
Ralph Wallis, of Springmount, had 
by his wife (and among their 
descendants are now the heirs of 
the ancient families of Peisley and 
Vaughan) : 

I. Eobert, of Springmount and 
Knapton, in tbe Queen's 
County, who d. s.p., having m. 
Editha, dau. of Sir John 
Osborne, sixth Baronet, of 
Newtown, county Tipperary, 

II. Ealpb, of whom presently. 

III. Hector, who m. Miss Drope, 
of Dublin, by whom he had : 

I. William, who was ancestor 
of Mr. WaUis, of Eussell 
Place, Dublin ; and 
I. Margaret, who was wife of 
Luke, first Viscount Mount- 
joy (killed at tbe Battle of 
Eoss, in the Eebellion of 
1798), by whom she bad: 
I. Margaret, who m. the 
Eight Hon. John Hely, third 
Earl of Donougbmore. 
4. Ealpb Wallis, of Springmount 
and Upperwoods, in the Queen's 
County : son and heir of Ealpb ; 

m. Mary, dau. of Doherty, 

Esq., of Dunkerrin, in tbe King's 
County, and had : 



PEDIGREES. 183 



5. William Wallis, of Upper- 
woods, Esq., heir of Spring-mount, 
who m. Margaret, dau. of James 
Malone, of Ballyadams, in the 
Queen's County, Esq., and with 
other children had : 



1. Mary, who m. John, son of 
Luke Healy, of the county of 
Meath, Esq., and had issue. — 
See No. 3 on the " WalHs- 
Healy " pedigree. 



203.— THE " WaLLIS-HEALY " FAMILY. 

(See the " Healt/^' Pedigree.) 

It is remarkable that nearly all of the Christian names borne by members 
of this family and by those of the Earl of Donoughmore's, in the past 
and present generations, are identical : a fact which, taken in connection 
with the similarity of Arms and sirname, may be regarded as confirmatory 
of their common paternal origin- As will be observed by a reference to 
the "VYallis" lineage (which see), the branch of the Healys of Dublin, 
which is allied to the ancient family of Wallis of Dublin , and of Springmount 
in the Queen's county, is also descended with the late and present Earls of 
Donoughmore from a common maternal ancestor, viz. — Kalph Wallis, of 
Springmount, Esq., above mentioned, who was great grandfather of Mrs. 
Wallis-Healy, of Dublin, and greatgrandfather also of her second cousin 
Margaret, wife of John Hely, third Earl of Donoughmore, who was 
daughter of Luke, first Viscount Mountjoy, by Margaret, daughter of 
Hector Wallis, of Dublin and Springmount, Esq. 

The Penal Laws''' against Catholics, the turbulent character of the 
times at which those Enactments were in force, and the frequent firing 
of Eecords in times of commotion and wars (a cause for the non- 
preservation of Arms and Descents given in an old Grant of Arms to one 
of the progenitors of this Family, which states that sucji was incident to 
gentlemen descended from very noble and ancient families) doubtless 
prevented this Family as well as many others from preserving not only 
their property, but also more extended genealogical details than we at 
present possess (the loss of the one very often occasioning that of the 
other) ; and may be regarded as reasons why the present connected 
Records of the pedigree of the male line of the " Wallis-Healy" branch 
of the "Healy" family commence with the name of: 

* Penal Lairs : 

In that dark time of cruel wrong, ■when on our country's breast, 

A dreary load, a ruthless code, with wasting terrors press'd — 

Our gentry stripp'd of laud and clan, sent exiles o'er the main, 

To turn the scales on foreign fields for foreign monarchs' gain ; 

Our people trod like vermin down, all fenceless flung to sate 

Extortion, lust, and brutal whim, and rancorous bigot hate — 

Our priesthood tracked from cave to hut, like felons chased and lashed, 

And from their ministering hands the lifted chalice dashed — 

In that black time oi law- wrought crime, of stifling M'oe and thrall, 

There stood supreme one foul device, one engine worse than all : 

Him whom they wished to keep a slave, they sought to make a brute — 

They banned the light of heaven — they bade instruction's voice be mute, 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



1, Iloderick Healy, Esq., b. ciica 
1740, who had two sons : 

1. Luke, of whom presently. 

II. Edward, formerly of West- 
meath, who m. Miss Lynch, 
and by her had : 

I. James, of Dublin, merchant, 
who d. num., and to whom 
a handsome monument is 
erected in Glasnevin Ceme- 
tery, Dublin. 

II. John, a Town Councillor 
of Dublin, who d. unm. 

III. Luke, of Dublin, merchant, 
whose surviving children in 
1883 are :— 1. P. J. Healy, 
of Dublin, merchant ; 2. 
Elizabeth, who m, Eichard 
Ward, of Dublin, Esq., and 
has issue. 

2. Luke, of the co. Meatli : the 
elder son of Roderick; m. and had: 

3. John of Tullamore, who m. 
Mary, dau. of William Wallis, heir 
of Springmount, Esq. (first cousin 
of the late Margaret, Dowager 
Viscountess Mountjoy), and had : 

I. William Wallis - Jlealy, of 
whom presently. 

II. John Healy, of the City of 
Dublin, who d. 21 Jan., 1883, 



leaving, with other children, — 
1. William- Wallis, 2. John- 
Francis-Wallis. 

III. F. C. Wallis-Healy, of 79, 
Lower Gardiner Street, in the 
City of Dublin, b. 6 May, 1844; 
Author of "Memoir of Dargan," 
" Essay on Taste in the 
Choice of a Profession," Editor 
of the " Irish Educational Guide 
and Scholastic Directory," etc. 

I. Mary - Anne - Louisa - Joseph, 
wife of A. Gibson, Esq., of 
Dublin ; d. 8 December, 1870, 
leaving issue a daughter. 

4. William Wallis-Healy, of 81, 
Summerhill, Dublin ; eldest son 
of John; b. 17 June, 1832; m. 
4 Sept., 1866, Nannie, youngest 
dau. of the late Michael Kirwan, 
of Dublin, Esq., and has (in 1883) 
surviving issue : 

I. Joseph-Kirwan-Wallis. 

II. John-Luke-Wallis. 

III. Francis-Cliarles-Wallis. 

IV. Michael- Wallis. 
And four daughters. 

5. Joseph-Eirwan Wallis-Healy: 
eldest son of William Wallis- 
Healy, of Dublin ; living in 1883. 



204.— THE "WALSH'- FAMILY, 

Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. 



Nicholas Walsh, Chief Justice of 
the Common Pleas in Ireland, who 
d. in 1615, m. Mary (d. s.p.), dau. 
of Sir Arthur Colclough, Knt., and 
had: 



2. Thomas, who was *' son of 
Nicholas, but not by Mary Col- 
clough." This Thomas m. Ellen 
Power. 



205.— THE " WAEKEN " FAMILY, 

Of the English Pale, Ireland. 

The name of Warren is derived from Ouarenna, or Varenna, in Calais or 
Caux, a county in Normandy; and, according to Watson, "Warren" 
was in that part of France which was Neustria, now Normandy. It 
belonged to that noble family in France named "de Sancto Martino." 
Camden, in his " Bemaines," says : " Mortimer and Warren are accounted 
names of great antiquity, yet the father of them (for they were brethren), 
who first bore those names, was Waltimiis de Sancto Martino." 



PEDIGREES. 185 

The Barony of Warren, in Normandy, vested in the ancient Earls of 
Warreune, who were created Earls of Surrey by King William, after 
the Conquest. 

The descent of William de Warren, created Earl of Surrey, who went 
to England with the Conqueror, is given as follows in Watson's " History of 
the Ancient Earls of Warren and Surrey and their Descendants." A 
Danish Knight had Herfastus, who married, and had a daughter married 
to Walter de St. Martino, whose sou was William de Warrene, Earl of 
Warren, in Normandy, who married Forta, and had a son William, 
Earl of Warreune," who accompanied William the Conqueror to 
Eugland, where he died, 24 June 1088, and was buried with his wife. 
Earl William married the Princess Gundreda, fifth daughter of William 
the Conqueror;! she was called Countess of Warren, and, dying 27 May, 
1085, was buried in the Church of John the Baptist, Southover, near 
Lewes. The inscription on, or near her tombstone, in the arch of the 
Shirley Chancel, belonging to the parish church of Isfield, is as follows : 

" Within this Pew stands the Tomb-stone 

Of Guudred. daughter of William the 

Conqueror, and wife of William, the 

Earl of Warren, which having been deposited 

Over her remains in the Chapter House 

Of Lewes Priory, and lately discovered 

In Isfield Church, was removed 

To this place, at the expense 

Of William Burrell, Esq., 

A.D. 1775." 

This Earl of Warren and Surrey was seated at Reigate, or Holmesdale 
Castle, Castle-Aen Castle, built • soon after the Conquest ; and Conis- 
borough Castle, built by the Saxons, belonging to King Harold, was 
bestowed by King William I. on Earl William. He was succeeded by 
his son William as second Earl of Warren and Surrey, d. 1135. "His 
other children were Edith, who married Gerard de Gourney ; and 
Reginald de Warren, mentioned with his brother in a grant of their 
father to his sou and heir, William the second Earl, who married Alice, 
daughter and heiress of William de Wimegay, and by her was ancestor 
to the Warrens, Lords of Wimegay." | 

This second Earl built Lewes Castle. He married Isabel, daughter 
of Hugh the Great, brother of Philip, King of France, and had several 
children, one of whom was Reginald de Warreune, ancestor of the 
Warrens of Little Marlow, Poyntou, in Cheshire, England ; and another 
was his heir, namely, William, third Earl of Warren and Surrey {oh. 1118), 

* Warrenne : From " History of the Warren Family," recorded by Dugdale and 
Banks : ' ' Ralph Sir de Garrene (so called from a place in Normandy, afterwards named 
Bellencombi-e or Rellchamber, near Dieppe, the Baronial seat of the Warrens) was 
the father of William de Wai-renne, who accompanied the Conqueror to England, had 
vast grants of land there, and M'as created Earl of Surrej' in 1089." 

t Conqueror : See Bloi-e's " History of Eutland " ; and Manning and Bray's 
•' Surrey," Vol. I., p. 553. 

t Wimegay : See Additions of Dugdale's Baronetage in " Collectanea Topoyraphka 
et Genealogica. 



186 IRISH AND ANGLO-IKtSH 

who was the last of the male branch of these Earls. He married Adela 
Talvace, and by her had two daughters : Isabel, Countess de Warren, 
(d, 1199), who married William de Blois, son of King Stephen, whose 
mother was Alice, daughter of William the Conqueror ; and Gundred, 
who married Roger de Beaumont, second Earl of Warwick, from whom 
the Sidneys, Earls of Leicester, are descended. 

William de Blois was fourth Earl of Warren and Surrey, in right of his 
wife, and died in 1159 without issue. His widow mai'ried llameline 
Plantagenet, son of Geoffrey, brother to King Henry II., who became, in 
the right of his wife, fifth Earl of Warren and Surrey. The Countess 
Isabel had by him William, sixth Earl of Warren and Surrey, who had 
by his second wife Maud, dau. of William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, 
John, seventh Earl of Warren and Surrey, who married Alice, daughter 
of Hugh de Brun, and uterine sister to Henry III. of England. He was 
seated at Peomsey Castle, Sussex ; Castle Dinas Brau, in Denbighshire ; 
and Holt Castle. He was succeeded by his son John, eighth and last 
Earl of Warren and Surrey, who was seated at Beechworth and Sandal • 
Castles, which latter castle he built in the reign of Edward II. He 
married Joan de Bars, in 33 Edw. I. She became his widow and 
received dower, 21 Edw. III., and died his widow in 35 Edw. III. His 
son Edward Warren was born in 166G ; served in the Stuart cause in 
Ireland ; had command of the citadel of Belfast, but, having been taken 
X^risoner at the battle of Cavan, he was sent to the Tower of Loudon, 
whence he was exchanged in 1690, by the influence of a young lady. Miss 
Anne Spaight, who had seen him in his captivity, and whom he married 
on his release. In the strength of his loyalty, however, he, returning to 
Ireland, again joined King James's adherents ; was at the Boyne, and 
went to France in 1692, after the capitulation of Limerick. In 1698, on 
the invitation of his friend Lord Carlingford (Taafie), he established 
himself at Nancy, the capital of Lorraine, bringing over his wife, whom 
he had previously left in London. He was naturalized in 1701 by Letters 
Patent of the Duke of Lorraine, who appointed him Commander of the 
Artillery and Fortifications there, and, he dying in 1733, his son and 
namesake Edward Warren succeeded to his post; but, Lorraine having 
been exchanged against Tuscany on the marriage of Francis the First of 
Lorraine with Maria Theresa, Empress of Germany, this Warren followed 
his fortunes and obtained a similar preferment in Tuscany. He died in 
Florence in 1739, leaving four sons, three of whom died (without issue) 
in the Austrian Service ; the fourth Henry-Hyacinth Warren, born in 
1732, became a Major in the Tuscan Army, and died in 1781, leaving two 
sons: 1. Patrick-Leopold-Ledud, born in 1767, and d. at Jamaica in 
1796, s.p. ; 2. John-Baptiste-Joseph, b. 1769, was a Captain in Dillon's 
Irish Brigade, until its dissolution, when he took the same rank of 
Captain, successively, in 33rd and 56th Regiments of Foot (Eng.) He 
m. Anne-Laurence Marcilly at Pondicherry, by whom he had two sons 
and two daughters : The eldest son, Edmund, m. and is (1883) residing 
at Nancy in Lorraine ; the second son Henry Hyacinth, b. 1818, d. 
1851, s.p. 

Tliat the Warre)is were among the early emigrants to Ireland is 
known from official records and monumental evidence. In a genealogical 



PEDIGREES. 18'? 

account given of the " Warren" family, seated for hundreds of years in 
the Pale, and especially in the Manor of Swords, co. Dublin, D'Alton 
says, in his King James's Irish Arniy List, "Edward Warren, of Swords, 
tei)!}). 1642, deduces his own lineage from William de Warren, the first 
of the name who came to England ; and that Edward Warren, a grand- 
son of the Earl of Warren, passed over into Ireland in Strongbow's 
time — 1172. His great-great-grandson, Richard Warren, acquired the 
Manor of Swords, in addition to Corduff (or Courtduft"), in co. Dublin ; and 
these estates the above Edward Warren, of Swords, temp. 1642, inherited 
in the sixth generation." " 

In Gilbert's "History of the Viceroys of Ireland," the details of the 
distribution of Earl Pembroke's property is given ; taken from the 
Patent Rolls of England, in 22 Edw. III., Part 2., m. 45 : that relating 
to the Countess Warren beginning : 

" Pars Johannis de Monte Kaniso : Weseforde Burgus xlij. li,, xvij. d.," etc. 

"Pars ComitJsse Warrene : Katherlak Biu-gus, xxiiij. li., xii. s., iiij. d.," etc., etc. 

'■ Johanue, secunda filia Willielmi Marescalli, coinitis, nupta Warreno de Monte 
Caniso, de qua proercutus est .Johannes de Monte Caniso, qui obiit sine herede de se, 
et post mortem dicti Warreni, Johanne, antedicta filia dicti Willielmi Maresealli 
fuit nupta Willielmo de Valentia, de quo — Andromarus, Isabel et Elizabeth." 

Warren de Monte Caniso (that is the sixth Earl Warren) married Maud, 
second daughter of William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, and by the order 
of partition of Henry III., which was afterwards inspected and confirmed 
by Edward III., the counties of Wexford (corpus comitatus) with the assizes, 
perquisites, etc., valued at £50 12s. 6d., and the burgh of Wexford, 
•valued at £42 and 17d., with the manors of Eosclare, Karrick (or Carrick), 
Ferns, etc., were assigned to this Joanna. She had by her husband 
Warren, a daughter Joanna, who married William de Valentia, who 
became in her right Earl of Pembroke and Lord or Earl of Wexford, by 
the selection of his uterine brother King Henry III. To him succeeded 
Andromar de Valentia," temp. 1318 ; after whom the title finally became 
extinct in this family. 

At that early period we find the name of Warren connected with 
the county of Carlow and the other counties included in the grant 
to Earl Pembroke ; and in searching the annals of this section for early 

* Geiierafion : How the Irish Warrens were connected with the ancient Earls of 
Warren may be gleaned from the following observations : The legitimate son of 
Dermod MacVIurrogh, the last King of Leinster, having been slain while a hostage in 
the hands of the Irish Monarch Roderick O'Connor, Dermod's daughter Eva inhei-ited 
the "Seignory" of Leinster. This Eva was married to Richard de Clare, Earl of 
Pembroke, surnamed " Strongbow" ; and their daughter Eva was married to William 
Marshall, who, in her right, became Earl of Pembroke. By virtue of that right the 
said William ]SIarshall I'eceived from King John, in 120S, a confirmatory grant of the 
seignory of Leinster ; to which charter his son-in-law the Sixth Earl of Warren and 
Surrey (who d. in 1240) was a witness. In the right of this Lordship, this Earl of 
Pembroke, his sons or co-heirs, afterwards erected almost ail the Corporate and 
Monastic Establishments now existing in the counties of Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, 
and Wexford. On the death of this Earl's five sons without male issue, his estates were 
divided by King Henry III. amongst the Earl's five daughters. Of the Lordship of 
Leinster, that part now known as the county of Carlow, was assigned to the Countess 
of Warren, wife of William de Blois, the Sixth Earl of Warreu and Surrey. 

* Valentia : From a " View of the Legal Institutions of Ireland." 



188 IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

mention of the name, we find, in 1311, in a Writ of Summons to the 
Irish Parliament (taken from the " Chief Remembrancer's Office Rolls " 
Dublin): " Parliamentum de Kilkenny," the names " Aliio Jil. Warini, 
and Wilto le Fi/z-Wari/ne" therein mentioned. And from the reading of 
the Summons, it appears that they both were summoned to the Parliament 
held at Kilkenny by the Earl of Ulster, in 1309. 

In 1317, Domino Fulcone Wariue (Fitz- Warren) accompanied 
Roger Mortimer, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with his knights, to Dublin, 
and held a Parliament at Kilmainham with all the Nobles, in which was 
treated the liberation of the Earl of Ulster. 

The titz- Warrens were a powerful family in Ireland at that time. 
They seem to have been hereditary Seneschals" of Ulster; at least William 
FitzWarrine was in that office in 1332 and 1375. On 10th August, 1329, 
Sir John Waryng, of co. Meath, Knt., was killed in battle along with 
Thomas Butler, younger brother of the first Earl of Carrick, and many 
others, while, with the English Army, invading Ardnorcher. 

In 1414, John Waryng was Abbot of St, Mary's Church at Trim. 

In 1485, we find the name of " John Waryng, Prependarie of Mul- 
laghidart, co. Dublin," which constitutes a prebend in St. Patrick's 
Cathedral ; and at Mullaghidart (Mulhuddart) monumental records of 
the name are still above ground, since 1G79. 

Patrick Warren, of Navan, was an M.P. in 1559 ; and in 1566, under 
the head of Siapleston, in Kimber's Baronetage, is the name of " Roderigg 
MacWarren, or Drom MacWarren, of co. Cashell." 

Thomas Waringe was an M.P. in 1585 ; and in 1590 we find the 
names of: "He. Waringe, of King's County, (and) Tho : Waringe, of 
the Borough-town of Navan," in a list of the "Lords Spuall (Spiritual) and 
Tempall, Counties, Cytties and Boroughtowns as are answerable to the 
Plyament (Parliament) in this realme of Ireland, and souche as were 
sumonde unto Plyament holdeii befor Rt. Hon. Sir John Perrot, Kuigght, 
lord deputie gen'all of this realme of Ireland XXV. j" die Aprillis anno 
regni regine Elizabeth vicissimo septimo." 

Elizabeth, daughter of the above Thomas Warren of Navan, and his 
wife Jane, daughter of Thomas Birt, of Tullock, married Bartholomew 
Aylmer, Clerk of the Peace for the counties of Kildare and Meath, 1553, 
and son of Sir Gerald Aylmer, Knt., of Dollardstown, co. Meath (d. 1560), 
Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench, 1553, and had Christopher Aylmer, 
of Balrath, co. Meath, grandfather of Catherine Aylmer, wife of Capt. 
Michael Warren, of Warrenstown, co. Meath, who d. 1712. 

Andrew, son of John Warrine, of Churchtown, co. Meath, gent., M.P. 
in 1613, had livery of his Estates in 1609, and died in 1638, leaving a 
son, John, of Churchtown, born 1600, and married. The attainders of 
1642 presented his name, as they also did the following: Captain Edward 
Warren, of Swords ; Alexander Warren, of Ballybine ; Captain John 
Warren, of Castleknock ; and Captain Thomas Warren of Sillogue, all of 
the CO. Dublin ; also Patrick Warren of Churchtown, co. Meath. The 
above Captain Edward AVarren was among the Confederate Catholics 

* Sene-ichals : See Rymer and Davis's Discoveries, and Grace's " Kilkciiieusis." 



PEDIGREES. 189 

assembled at Kilkenny in 1646 ; as also were Alexander Warren-'- of 
Churclitown, co. Meath, and William Warren of Casheltown, who in 1666, 
passed Patent for 2555 acres of land in co. Down, and also had a grant 
of 283 acres within the parish of Castleknock, besides parts of Carpenters- 
town, and the Lusks. He was called also as of Corduff, co. Dublin. He 
settled in tail-mail 58 acres of laud in Lacken on his nephew Captain 
Thomas Warren of Warreustown, by deed of 22 March, 1669. 

The above Captain John Warren was, in 1686, the Sheriff of the co. 
Dublin, and in 1689 was Deputy Lieutenant of the said county ; and in 
that year represented the borough of Carlow in the Irish Parliament. 
He was attainted as of Warrenstown, co. Meath and co. Carlow, but his 
forfeitures lay chiefly in the Queen's County, and in the county and town 
of Carlow. In 1685, he was with twenty-three others appointed " first 
and modern free burgesses of the borough of Carlow," by King James, 
upon his accession. 

In 1679 he was with eleven others appointed one of the "first and 
modern free burgesses of the borough of Catherlogh" (Carlow), by 
Charles II., in 23rd year of his reign. 

In 1667, he and William Warren joined in conveying 16^ acres of 
their Castleknock property (of which the said William had, under the 
Act of Settlement, obtained a confirmatory grant in 1666) to the Crown, 
for the purpose of enlarging the Phoenix Park, Dublin. And in 1667, 
this William Warren of Corduff, and his wife Anne, passed Patent for 
858 acres of Land in the co. Wexford. The above Cai^tain Thomas 
Warren was Sheriff of the co. Dublin, in 1687, and was, again, during 
the year of King James's sojourn there. He was in King William's 
Parliament attainted in 1691 by the description as of Corduff, co. Dublin, 
and of Warreustown ; and in 1692 charges were brought against William 
Culliford, a Commissioner of His Majesty's revenue : 

"That, for his private advantage he did take to farm the forfeited lands of 
Captain Thomas Warren of Corduff, from His Majesty's then Commissioners of the 
revenue, in the name of one Nolan, in ti'ust for him, the said Culliford, and did seize 
the stock, corn, and household goods of the said Warren, to the value of £500, which 
were forfeited to their Majesties, and disposed thereof to his own private use." 

In 1667, Richard Warren, of Carlow, passed Patent for 1,532 acres of 
land in the co. Wexford ; Edward, son and heir of Major Abell Warren, 
passed Patent for 380 acres in the co. Kilkenny ; and John Warren of 
Corduff, passed Patent for 6,196 acres in Wexford county. 



* Alexander Warren: According to Dr. Petty's "Down Survey," Captain Edward 
Warren and Alexander Warren here mentioned were of the "Committee of Agents 
of the Army," in 1656, who had charge of settling the " division of the neat lands of 
Leinster and Ulster" amongst the Army ; and in IG58 they were nominated by the 
Army for auditing the proceedings of the "Commissioners for the setting out the 
lands to the Army." The former was appointed '' for his zeal and industry in the 
business of his accommodation in the baronj' of Balleboy." 

The names of Eiohard Warren, Alexander Warren, Captain Edward Warren, 
John Wan-en, and " Abell" Warren, appear vei-y often in 1055 and 1656, as Agents for 
the respective regiments of Leinster and Ulster, signed to Petitions to the Lord 
Deputy and Council of L'eland concerning the setting forth of Lands for the 
satisfaction of the Commonwealth Array, 



190 IRISH AND ANGLO-IUISH 

In 1687, William Warreu, of Corduff, co. Dublin, as appears by the 
Inquisitions of that year, was seized of 283 acres in Upper Castleknock, 
CO. Dublin, 51 acres in Carpenterstown, and 58 acres in Lacken, which 
he had settled in tail-mail on his nephew. 

In 1689, Eichard Warren, of co. Carlow, was granted estates by the 
Parliament during its sitting. 

In 1688-1692 the following Warrens of the Pale, were in King James's 
Irish Army : Thomas Warren, of Warrenstown, Co. Meath, Captain ; 
and Michael Warren," of Warrenstown, Co. Meath (d. 1712), Ensign in 
his Company in the King's Regiment of Infantry, which, together with 
the Eegiments of Fitz-James, Lord Galway, Col. John Bourke, Sir 
Maurice Eustace, Col. Ramsey, Col. John Hamilton, Lord Gilmoy, 
Lord Abercorn, James Preston, Viscount Gormanstowu, Colonel 
Dominick Sheldon, Col. Charles Cavenagh, and Col. Simon Luttrell, 
constituted the besieging forces at Deny and Limerick, at the Boyne, 
and on the fields of Aughrim and Cavan. 

Francis Warren, Ensign in Col. Hamilton's Regiment. 

Lieut. Warren, and Ensign Warren, in Viscount Gormanstown's 
Eegiment of Infantry. 

Nicholas Warren, of Corduff, Captain in Col. Cavenagh's Eegiment of 
Infantry : commission bore date of 1 Dec, 1680. 

John Warren, of Warrenstown, Captain ; and Eichard Warren, of 
county Carlow, a Lieutenant in his Company, in Sir Maurice Eustace's 
Regiment of Infantry. 

Laurence Warren, Lieutenant in Col. Bourke's Regiment of Infantry. 

Edward Warren, of Swords, Captain in Sir Michael Creagh's Regiment 
of Infantry. 

Thomas Warren, of Warrenstown, co. Meath, Cornet in Col. Luttrell's 
Eegiment of Dragoons. 

In 1692, Michael, James, and Patrick Warren, of Warrenstown, co. 
Meath, and Eichard Warren, of Cordufi", were attainted. 

In 1667, Cornet Thomas Warren, of Warrenstown, passed Patent for 
408 acres of Land in co. Meath. 

Sir William Warren, of Warrenstown, Knt., had a son Anthony, who 
married Mary, widow of Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, Knt., and daughter of 
Christopher Preston, 4th Viscount Gormanstown. 

* Warren : The above Michael Warren, of Warrenstown, Co. Meath, had, with 
other children, by Lady Catherine Aylmer, his wife : 1. Admiral Sir Peter Warren, 
R.N. (d. in Dublin, 1752) ; 2. Oliver Warren, of Warrenstown (sometime an oflficer in 
the Navy of Queen Anne), who was the father of the Rt. Hon. Nathaniel Warren, of 
Dublin, of whom the following obituary notice was printed in the Gentleman's 
Magazine : 

"1796, 15 Jan.— At his house in AVilliams St., Dublin, in his 59th year, universally 
and deservedly lamented. Alderman Nathaniel Warren, Member of Parliament for 
the borou^di of Callan, and late Superintendent Magistrate of the new establishjnent 
for protecting the peace of the City of Dublin. He iilled the office of High Sheriff of 
that city in 1773, was elected an Alderman in 1775, chosen to the Marolaty 
(Mayoralty) in 1782 ; in 17S6, he served the office of High Sheriff of the county of 
Dublin, and was also Chief Commissioner of Police for many years." For his 
descendants see our " Irish Pedigrees," Third Edition, in pp. 413-114 ; and 
Browning's "Americans of Royal Descent " : Pedigrees II. and LXV, 



PEDIGREES. 191 

Thomas Preston, son of fourth Viscount Gormaustowu (and brother of 
Anthony Warren's wife), created Viscount Taragh (Tara), by Letters Patent, 
dated 2 July, 1650, was succeeded by his eldest son, Anthony Preston, 
as second Viscount Taragh ; and by Margaret, daughter of the above 
Anthony Warren, of Warrenstown, Esq., he had several daughters and 
one son, Thomas, to whom King Charles II. was sponsor. He was 
killed on the 6 July, 1674 (aged 22), by Sir Francis Bluudell, of King's 
County, Knt., and his brothers William and Winwood, who were all 
acquitted of the murder, and received His Majesty's Pardon"- 19 Dec, 
1674. 

In 1663, there arose a general clamour in the Pale against the 
proceedings of the Court of Claims sitting at Dublin ; the cause being 
dissatisfaction with the execution of the Act of Settlement ; and some 
of the boldest spirits resolved to maintain by the sword, the Estates 
which they enjoyed. A great many Colonels and other officers that 
served iu Cromwell's Army, and in the Armies of the Confederation, 
entered into a conspiracy for this purpose ; and a Private Committee was 
chosen for the supreme direction of the affair. Among the men that 
composed this Committee were, the above Lt.-Col. Able Warren, 
Col. Shapcote, and Capt. Sandford. This plot, however, was abandoned ; 
the Private Committee still continuing their meetings. But, again, in 
that year there was another plot for surprising the Castle of Dublin, and 
seizing the Duke of Ormonde, set on foot by some considerable persons ; 
but this plot was also exposed and frustrated. When within twelve hours 
of being executed, his Grace caused the chief conspirators to be seized. 
Col. Edward Warren was taken, but Lt.-Col. Able Warren and others 
made their escape ; and a proclamation was issued, on the 26 May, 
offering a reward of £100 for their apprehension. 

Col. Edward Warren was tried and executed with Major Alex. 
Jephson and Major Thompson, on 15 July, 1663, by order of the Duke 
of Ormonde. The King was satisfied with these examples of his Justice, 
and granted his pardon to the next that was taken. f 

In the " Narrative of the Proceedings of the House of Commons con- 
cerning such of their number as were found guilty of the late Conspiracy," 
a Bill was introduced into Parliament, stating that "Whereas this 
House was informed that Able Warren, etc., etc., Esq''-- members of this 
House, were engaged in the late wicked and horrid plot, etc., etc.," and 
asking for an investigation. Dated 13 Nov., 1665.f 

Among the Catholic defendants in the town of Drogheda, when 
besieged by Cromwell in 1649, was Col. Henry Warren, and his Regiment; 
but Col. Warren was slain at the storming. 

In 1646, a debate arose before the Parliamentary Committee as to 
the advisability of admitting this Col. Henry Warren and his Regiment 
into Dublin, as a garrison for that city. The Marquis of Ormonde said 
he had a very good opinion of Col. Warren ; but the Eegiment was, he 

* Pardon : See "The Fate and Fortunes of the Earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell " ; 
also Lodge's Peerage. 

t TaJcen : See the "Carte MSS., Bodleian Library, Vol. g.g. p. 389" ; also Caite'a 
" Life of the Duke of Ormonde," 



192 lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

said, a part of an army which a few days before, attempted to take the 
city by force, and threatened to cut the throats of all its inhabitants ; 
that they had lately violated a peace — that of Kilkenny — solemnly 
concluded and by them received, and had broken out into open and 
violent acts of hostility ; they had not been able to carry the place by 
assault, and were now to be received into it under the notion of defen- 
dants, and to be fed by those whom they would besiege no longer. The 
Marquis had certainly a very difficult part to act for the management 
of that party who still adhered to the king's authority ; but he had, at 
the same time, the highest resentment against the Confederates, whose 
war had ruined their fortunes, and he entertained the worst suspicions 
of such of that party as pretended to return to dut5\ Besides these 
apprehensions, there was real danger in admitting Col. Warren's Regiment 
into the city ; for, though the Marquis was satisfied with the Colonel 
himself, and that Warren had taken particular care to form his Regiment, 
so as it might be devoted to His Majesty's service, yet it was hard to 
answer for the rest of the officers.* 

Captain Nicholas Warren, of Cordufl", co. JJublin, had a son Nicholas 
Warren, of Killeen, Queen's County, who married Anne Fitzgerald, of 
CO. Kildare, and had by her two sons, Thomas Warren and Holt Warren, 
of the county Kilkenny. Thomas married Anne Archdicken (or Arch- 
deacon), of CO. Kilkenny, and by her had a daughter, Elizabeth, and a 
son, Michael Warren, of Sandsford's Court, co. Kilkenny (born in Oct., 
1791), who married, in 1825, Sarah, daughter of Millington Eaton 
Swettenham, of Swettenham Hall, co. Chester, and had Thomas Willis 
(born 1826), and Robert, born 1836. Samuel Warren was Sheriff iu 
1824, and Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1837-38. 

The above Elizabeth married in 1712, Eusebius, son of Edward 
Stratford (born 28 June, 1663), by his wife, Euseby Baisley, of Rickets- 
town, CO. Carlow (and grandson of Robert Stratford, Member of 
Parliament for co. Wicklow), and had Edward, of Ballyconnan, Queen's 
County, Esq. 

In 1687, James Warren was appointed one of the burgesses of the 
town of Drogheda, under the new charter granted by King James II. in 
that year. Henry Warren, of Granebegg, co. Kildare, Esq., had by his 
wife, Elizabeth (daughter of Sir John Eustace), a daughter, Anne, who 
married in 1660, Dudley Colley, of Castle-Carbery, Esq., and had Henry, 
who succeeded his father, and in 1705 erected a monument to his 
memory, setting forth his descent; and a son, Richard, of Granebegg, 
Esq., who married Mary, daughter of Henry Percy, Esq., and, dying 
6 February, 1734, left William Paul, of Granebegg, who married in 
1738, Frances (born 1719), daughter of Robert, son of Baron Allen, of 
Stillorgau, the first Viscount Allen. This William Paul Warren 
appeared before Parliament, 15 Oct., 1777, with a petition setting forth 
that, according to the true election returns of 18 May, 1776, he should 
be entitled to a seat in the Parliament of that year, for the co. Carlow. 
This petition was, however, withdrawn the following December. He had 
two children, Richard and Frances. 

* Officers : See Carte's " Duke of Ormonde," 



PEDIGREES. 193 

Captain John Warren, mentioned above, was appointed by James II. 
to assess taxes on property in Queen's County, 10 April, 1G90. He was 
at that time High Sherifi", pro temp., of that county. His estate, attainted, 
consisted of the town and lands of Nurny, in barony of Forth, and 
Ballinvally (or Ballivally) in barony of Catherlogh ; Coniger or Conniger, 
Cappaghwater, Laraghteige or Laragh, Garryonny or Gariyounge, 
Ballykeeneen or Ballykinnin, Aghaclare or Aghilare, and Cooleneshigan 
or Coolinsygam, in barony of Forth, county Carlow. These lands were 
conveyed to Maurice (or Morris) Warren, of Nurny, co. Carlow, Esq., on 
14 June, 1703, by the then Court of Claims, for consideration of £1,057, 
to hold to him and his heirs. 

" Maurice Warren appears (before the Court of Claims) as claimant 
to £200 debt, and £6 rent-charge per annum, by bond dated 1 May, 1684, 
and judgment entered in Hilary Term in the 2 and 3 James II,, and 
assigned to the said claimant by Oliver Keating, 11 Feb., 1698, and also 
by deed of assignment from Elinor Warren, Avidow, 11 Feb., 1698, on the 
lands of Laragh. '"= 

In the Journal of the Irish House of Commons in the list of Sheriffs who 
had not closed their accounts, 19 Oct., 1722, is the name of this Maurice 
Warren, Esq. He was Sheriff of the co. Carlow in 1712. He had leased 
to him land in co. Kildare by Lord Dougan, who was created Earl of 
Limerick, tonp. James 11., for his life and the lives of his nephews 
Edward and William Warren, with a covenant for perpetual renewal. 
(This William Warren died in the Camp of Dundalk.) Maurice Warren, 
the lessee, left a son Gilbert, who entered upon the lands, but was unable 
to obtain a renewal, by reason that the Earl of Athlone, the Patentee 
of the Estates of the attainted Earl of Limerick, was absent from 
Ireland. 

Henry Warren of co. Carlow, Esq., and the younger children of 
Captain John Warren, deceased, were by his widow, their mother, 
executrix for said John Warren, claimants before the Court for £200 
portion, by Will dated 13 October, 1694, in the town and lands of 
Larraghteige and other lands : Claim dismissed. 

Thomas Warren claimed before the Court, and was allowed the 
benefit of a leasehold interest in Lower Castleknock, co. Dublin, forfeited 
by Earl Tyrconnel. 

Corduff iuthe parish of Castleknock, co. of Dublin, mentioned above, 
was once the property of the de la Field family ; and, subsequently, of 
the Warren family, who lost it by Writ of Attainder in 1691, but succeeded 
to certain portions of the denomination afterwards. The fee of which is 
now (at least it was in 1875) chiefly vested in the devisee of Mr. Locke. 

Castleknock, i.e. the " Castle on the Hill " (so called from its baronial 
fortress above mentioned), is the old burial place of the Warrens of 
Corduff. The old Castle at Castleknock fell into decay at the time of the 
Restoration, and was never repaired. Previous to the English invasion of 
Ireland, it was a royal Danish residence. It was given by Strongbow 
to Hugh Tyrrel, his " intrinsic friend." This Hugh Tj'rrel was first 
Baron of Castleknock. 

* Tyaragh : From the " Records of the Court of Claims of the County Carlow." 





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IRISH AND AXCtI.O- IRISH 



Eicliard Tyrrell was second Baron, temp. 1184, and his sou, Hugh, the 
third Baron, was seized of the Manor, in 1310. His son, Eobert, the 
fourth Baron, dying, left a daughter, who married Kobert Sergent, who 
was fifth Baron of Castleknock, in right of his wife. In 1486, Hugh 
Tyrrell was Lord of Castleknock, the last of that line ; and, on his 
death, without male issue, his inheritance passed to those who married 
his daughters : John Burnell, temp. 1532, was one of them. The 
quantity of land forfeited in 1641, under the Cromwellian Settlement, in 
the barony of Castleknock, was 3,344 acres. 



206.— THE " WHITE " FAMILY, 

Of Clongcll, County Mealh. 



Thomas White, of Clongell, had : 
2. Patrick (his heir), who had : 
8. Kichard (his heir), who d. 

1 Feb., 1636. He m., first, a dau. 

of James Bixford, Arm.; and his 

second wife was Maud, dau. of 

Gerald Plunket, of Peinetown, co. 

Meath, by whom he had two sons 

and two daughters : 
I. James, his heir. 



II. Thomas. 

I. Kath., who m. Patrick Fagan, 
of Kells, in the co. Meath. • 

II. Janet, who m. Thomas 
Darditz, of Templanstown. 

4. James White : son and heir 
of Richard ; m. Margery, dau. of 
Nicholas Nugent, of Dromened, co. 
Westmeath, and had issue. 



207.— THE "WYBRANTS" FAMILY. 



Joseph Peter Wybrants, of 
Antwerp, Merchant, had: 

2. Peter, his heir, who d. 27 Aug., 
1639. This Peter m. EHza, dau. 



of George Rontops, of Luenburg, 
in Germany, and had: 

3. Peter Wybrants, his son and 
heir. 



tEDIGREES, 



195 



[Observing alphabetical order in the arrangement of the Genealogies recorded in this 
\York, the Printer liad reached those commencing with the letter C, before we had 
fully compiled the following few Pedigrees. It is therefore that they are liere given.] 



208.— THE "ATKINSON" FAMILY. 

Of Mansfield, Dimiiddie County, Yirginia. 
This family emigrated to America from Cumberland, Englaud, in 1750. 



Koger Atkinson (1750) m. Ann, 
dau. of John Pleasant, of Virginia, 
and liad four sons and two 
daughters : 

I. John, who d. unm. 

II. Eoger, of whom presently. 

III. Thomas, who m, Sally Page. 

IV. Kobert, who m. Mary T. 
Mayo. 

The daughters were : 
I. Jane, who m. General Joseph 
Jones, and had : 

I. Thomas Jones, who m. 
Mary Lee. 

II. Roger-Jones. 

III. Joseph, who married Sally 
Atkinson. 

IV. Jane, who m. Robert Jones. 

V. John. 



VI. Lucy. 

VII. Benson. 

2. Roger Atkinson : son of Roger ; 
m. Agnes Foythress, and had four 
sons and four daughters : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

II. Doctor Thomas, who m. Mary 
Baird. 

III. Roger. 

IV. Robert. 

The daughters were : 

I. Ann, who m. B. M. Harrison. 

II. Sally, who m. Doctor Joseph 
Jones. 

III. Jane, who m. William 
Pry or. 

IV. Lucy. 

3. John Atkinson : eldest son of 
Roger ; m. Rich Pryor. 



209.— THE " BELLEW " FAMILY, 

Of Castlehar. 



Patrick Bellew''^ of Castlebar, co. 
Mayo, who d. circa 1829, and was 
bur. in Ballinrobe, in same county, 
m. Esther, dau. of Robert Kelly of 
Ballinrobe, and had : 

1. Henry (d. 1842), who m. and 
had : 1. Patrick, who had 
several children ; 2. Robert 
(living in 1883), who also has 
a family ; 3. Mary. 

II. Robert, of whom presently. 

2. Robert : second son of Patrick ; 
b. 1805, d. 1869 ; m. Frances-Ann 



(d. 1838), dau. of (see No. 6 on the 
" Miller " Genealogy) Rev. Fitz- 
william Miller, and had : 

3. Henry - Fitzwilliam (b. 1831, 
and living in 1883), who has had 
one son and three daughters : 

I. Henry, of whom presently. 

I. Mary, b. 1858, d. 1865. 

II. Eleanor, hying in 1883. 

III. Agnes, living in 1883. 

4. Henry Bellew : son of Henry- 
Fitzwilliam ; b. 1862, and living 
in 1883. 



Bellew : This Patrick Bellew was cousin or nephew to the Right Rev. Philip 
^ formerly Catholic Bishop of Killala ; and Patrick's father, who was a native 



* Bellew . 
Bellew, 

of Ballinrobe, had to leave Ireland on account of the political troubles of his time iu 
Ireland. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



210.— THE "BLAND" FAMILY. 

Arms : Ar. on a bend sa., three pheons of the field. ; 

Ci'est : Out of a ducal coronet or. a lion's head ppr. 
Motto : Sperate et vii'ite fortes. 

According to Nicholsou's History of Westmoreland (Vol. I., p. 253), this 
sirname is derived from Bland or BlamVs GUI, in the chapel of How 
Gill and parish of Sedburg, in Yorkshire, England. Thoresby says 
(see Ducatus Leodensis, Vol. I., p. 126), that the family took its name 
from the Hamlet of Blond. The earliest mention, however, that we find 
of the name is in the year 11B2 ; in connection with the Abbey of 
Fountains, of which Kichard, son of Hugh Bland, of Disford, was a 
benefactor. The name "Bland" was then sometimes written Bland, 
which has been modernized Blunt and Blount. 

One branch of this family has resided at Orton, in Westmoreland, 
since 1377 ; and another settled in Ireland. The Eev. James Bland, in 
1692, was Vicar of Killarney ; and Dean of Ardfert in 1721. He m. 
Lucy, dau. of Sir Francis Brereton, of Dublin ; and his son Francis, 
grandson James, and great-grandson Francis succeeded him as Vicar of 
Killarney. 



EoGER Bland of Orton, husband- 
man, m. and had : 

2. Adam, of London, living in 
1653, who m. Joan Atkins, and had 
five children : 1. William, who m. 
Judith VVoodery ; 2. Peter ; 3. 
Thomas ; 4. Gregory ; 5. John of 
London. 

3. John, of Loudon (b. 1573) : 
fifth son of Adam ; m. Susan 
Duclere (d. 1664), and had: 1. 
Mary, who m. Proby ; 2. Susan ; 
8. Thomas, who m. Elizabeth ; 
4. John; 5. Edward; 6. Anne; 



7. John, of whom presently; 8. 
Robert ; 9. William ; 10. Arnold ; 
and others. 

4. John r" seventh son of John, 
of London ; m. Sarah Green, and 
had: 1. John, who d. an infant ; - 
2. Thomas, d. an infant ; 3. Giles, 
"The Eebel." 

5. Giles, "The Eebel": son of 
John ; m. Frances Porby, and had : 

6. Giles Bland, who m. Mary 
Brown, and had : 

7. Giles, b. 1703, and d. 1756, s.p. 



211.— THE "BOLLING" FAMILY, 

Of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

The family of Baling or Boilings was located at Boiling Hall, near 
Bradford, in Yorkshire, England, temp. Edw. IV. 

John and Mary Boiling, of All I first wife was Jane, dau. of Thomas 

Hallows, London, had : Eolfe (and grand-daughter of Poca- 

2. Eobert, who was twice m., liontas), by whom he had : 

settled in Virginia, in 1060. His L John Fiolhng, b. 27 Jan., 1076. 



* John : In Pepy's Diary for IfiSO, under date the 12th of June, occurs the following 
entry in refei'ence to this John : 

" Mr. John Bland, Merchant (of Virginia, U.S.A.) was buryed in ye chancel iii 
St. Clave's Church, Hart Street, London." 



PEDIGREES. 



197 



His second wife was Anne Stitli 
(d. 17 July, 1709), by whom he had 
seven children : 

II. Eobert, of whom presently. 

III. Stith. 

IV. Edward, b. 1687. 

V. Anne, b. 1690. 

VI. Drury. 

VII. Thomas, b. 1697. 

VIII. Agues, b. 1700. 

3. Eobert : son of Eobert ; b. 
1682, d. 1706 ; m. Anne (or Mary) 
Cocke, and had nine children : 

I. Mary, who m. "William Starke. 

II. Eliza. 

III. Anne. 

IV. Lucy. 

V. Jane. 

VI. Martha. 

VII. Susan. 

VIII. Eobert, of whom presently. 

IX. Anne. 

4. Eobert, of Bollingbroke : son 
of Eobert ; m. Mary Tubb, and had 
five children : 

I. Eobert, of whom presently, 

II. Thomas, 

III. Anne, who m. John Shore, 
M.D. 

IV. Frances. 



V. Marian. 

5. Eobert, of Centre Hall : son 
of Eobert ; was twice m. His first 
wife was Mary B. Boiling, of Chel- 
lowe, by whom he had a daughter : 

I. Mary Burton Boiling, who was 
m. to John Blair. 

His second wife was Anne Stith, 
by whom he had five children : 

II. Anne, who m. John Campbell, 
of Philadelphia. 

III. Martha. 

IV. Robert, of whom presently. 

V. George,whom.Martha Nicholls. 

VI. Mary. 

6. Eobert Buckner Boiling : son 
of Eobert ; m. Sarah Minge, and 
had seven children : 

I. Doctor Eobert, of whom 
presently. 

II. John. 

III. Townseud. 

IV. Doctor William H. who m. 
Ida Tore. 

V. Stuart. 

VI. Bartlett. 

VII. Anne. 

7. Doctor Eobert Boiling, of Phil- 
adelphia : son of Eobert Buckner ; 
m. Leontine Hagerdan. 



212.— THE " CLAIBOENE " FAMILY, 

Of Dlmdddie and Windsor, Virginia, U.S.A. 

Colonel Thomas, the second son of William Claiborne, who is No. 13 on 
the "Claiborne" (of Eomancock, Virginia, U.S.A.) pedigree, irifra, was 
the ancestor of this branch of that family : 



14. Colonel Thomas Claiborne 
(b. 1647, d. 1688): second son of 
said William ; m. and had, with 
other children : 

15. Captain Thomas (d. 1732), 
who m. Aane Fox (d. 1738), and 
liad seven sons and one daughter : 

I. Leonard, of Dinwiddle, who 
m. and had issue. 



II. Nathaniel, of Sweet Hall, 
King William County, Virginia, 
who m. Jane Cole, and had 
issue. 

III. Bernard, who m, the widow 
of Major William Poythress. 

IV. Thomas, Jun. 

V. Colonel Augustine, of whom 
presently. 



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IRISH ANL) ANGLO-IKISH 



VI. William. 

VII. Buller. 

The dau. m. General Phillips. 

16. Colonel Augustine (b. at 
Sweet Hall, 1720 ; and d. 3 May, 
1787) : fifth son of Captain Thomas ; 
m. Mary, dau. and heiress of Buller 
Herbert/'' of Puddlecock, Dinwiddle 
county, and had nine sons and six 
daughters : 

I. Herbert (b. 7 April, 1746), of 
whom presently; who m., first, 
Mary, dau. of Eobert Euftiu, 
of Sweet Hall, King William 
County ; the second wife was 
Mary Burnet, dau. of William 
Burnet Browne,! of Elsing 
Green, who settled a large 
estate on his eldest grandson, 
William Burnet Claiborne, 
upon condition of his taking 
the name of " William Burnet 
Browne." 

II. Thomas (b. 1747), who m. a 
Miss Scott, of New Kent (whose 
mother was a Miss Cocke, of 
James River), and had : 

I. Doctor Jarratt, b. 1781 ; d. 
1871. 

II. Thomas. 

And two daughters. 



This Thomas was a Member of 
the Virginia Assembly, from 
Brunswick county, 1775-8. 

III. Augustine : the third sou of 
Colonel Augustine ; d. 1796 ; 
he m. Martha, dau. of Francis 
Jones, of Dinwiddle, and had : 
I. Buller. II. Francis (or 
Frederick). III. John-Grey. 
IV. Augustine. V. The Hou. 
Cadwalader. 

And a daughter, Martha. 

IV. William (b. 2 Nov., 1753), 
who m. dau. of Eufiin, of Sweet 
Hall, and had : 

I. William- Priestley. 

II. Mrs. John, mother of Hon.- 
William 0. Goode. 

III. Elizabeth, who m. William 
Burnet Browne, and had two 
daughters, one of whom m. 
a Mr. Lewis ; and the other 
a Mr. Barrett. 

V. Buller: fifth son of Col. 
Augustine ; b. 27 Oct., 1755 ; 
Captain in Col. Alexander 
Spotswood Regt., etc. ; m. 
Patsy, dau. of Edmund and 
Anne Ruftiu, of Sussex, and 
had three sons and a daughter : 
I. Sterling. 



* Herbert : John ami Bailor Ilcrljci't. of Loiuloii, England, settled at Puddlecock 
in Virginia, near I'etcisbuig, where John's toml) may lie seen. It is of slate, about 
six inches thick, and bears the following arms and inscription : 

"Arms : Per pale az. and gu. three lions rampant ar. armed and laugiied or. 
Ci-est : A bundle of arrows or. headed and feathered ar. six in saltire, one in pale, 
girt round the middle, with a belt gu. buckle and point extended, of the first." 

The inscription on the tomb is : 

" Here Lyeth Interred the Body of John Herltert, son of John Herbert, Apothecary 
and Grandson of Richard Herbert, Citizen and Grocer of London, who departed this 
life the 17th day of March, 1704, in the -IGth year of his age." — See Slaughter's 
Hietory of Bristol Parish. 

t Brovmc : William Burnet Browne was son of the Honble. William Browne, of 
Beverly, Massachusetts, who m. Mary, a dau. of William Burnet (son of the famous 
Bishop Gilbert Burnet), who was Provincial Governor of New York and of Massa- 
chusetts : b. 1(543 ; d. 7 Sept., 1729. William Burnet Browne was a descendant of 
Sir Thomas BroMiie, who was Treasurer of the Household to Henry VI.; whose son, 
Sir Anthony, was Standard Bearer to Heury \ll. ; and whose son Sir Anthony was 
created Viscount Montacute. 



fEDlGllEES. 



199 



II. James. 

III. Ricliarcl. 

The dau. was Lucy, who m. 
James Wright, of Peters- 
burg, Virginia. 
VL Richard (b. 1757 ; d. 1818), 
a Member of the Virginia 
Assembly, 1775-8 ; Major and 
Commissary during the 
American Kevohition ; — m. 
dau. of Phihp Jones of Diu- 
widdie county, and had : 
I. Phihp, a Member of the 
House of Delegates from 
Brunswick county, 1816, and 
who m. dau. of Major Philip 
Claiborne. 

VII. John-Herbert, b. 30 May, 
1763 ; m. dau. of Koger 
Gregory of Chesterfield, and 
had two sons and two daus.: 
one of these sons Bev. John 
Gregory, of Koslin Castle, Va., 
had: 

I. Doctor John Herbert, of 
Petersburg, who was a 
Member of the Virginia 
Senate, in 1858. 

The two daughters were : 

I. Maria, who m. John D. 
"Wilkins. 

II. Martha - Anne, who m. 
Nicholas Lewis. 

VIII. Ferdinand, b. 9 March, 1772. 

IX. Bathurst (b. 6 April, 1774), 
who m. , first dau. of John Batte ; 
the second wife was Mary 



Leigh, daughter of William 
Claiborne (a son of Nathaniel, 
of Sweet Hall, above men- 
tioned, at No, 15), and had 
a son and two daughters. 
The daughters of Col. Augustine 
Claiborne, were : 

I. Mary, who m. in 1763 General 
Charles Harrison,* of Eevo- 
lutionary Army (who d. 1796), 
uncle of President Harrison. 

II. Anne, who m. Eichard Cocke, 
on the 19 Nov., 1768, and had 
three sons and two daughters : 

I. Eichard- Herbert Cocke, of 
Bacon's Castle, Va. 

II. Augustine-Claiborne Cocke, 

III. Buller Cocke, who m. 
Elizabeth Baron. 

The daughters were : 

I. Elizabeth. 

II. Lucy. 

III. Susanna : the third dau. of 
Col. Augustine; b. 29 Nov., 
1751 ; m. Frederick Jones and 
had one son and two daus. : 

I. Augustus. 

I. Mary, who m. John Withers. 

II. Another dau. who m. 
George Maclin, of Lunen- 
berg, Va. 

IV. Lucy-Herbert (b. 22 Aug., 
1760), who m. Col. John Cocke, 
and had: 1. Eobert, 2. Herbert, 
3. John-Euffiu. Her second 
husband was a Mr. Thompson, 
of South Carolina. 



* Harrison : The issue of General Charles Harrison, of Bei-keley, Virginia, by his 
wife Mary Claiborne, were fonr sons and four daughters ; the sons were : 



I. Captain Charles, who was killed in 
a duel in 1794, by Lieut. Wilson, of tlie 
United States Army. 

II. Augustine, who d. in infancy. 

III. Benjamin I Twins, b. 30 June, 

IV. Henry J 1775. 
The daughters were : 

I. Mary-Herbert, who m. her cousin 
John Herbert Peterson. 

II. Anne-Carter, who m. Matthew 
Maury Claiborne, and had : 1. Matthew- 



Maury, 2. Charles-Harrison ; aud three 
daughters : I. Susan-Carter, 2. Martha- 
Ann, 3. Maria-Randolph. 

ILL Elizabeth-Randolph, who m. Gen. 
Daniel Claiborne Butts, and had : 1. 
John, 2. Daniel, 3. Augustine, 4. Mary, 
5. Martha, 6. Louisa. Of these daughters 
Mary ni. a IVIr. Davidson, and left several 
children. 

IV. Susan, who ni. a Mr. Withers, of 
Dinwiddle, 



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IRlSn AND ANGLO -lEISH 



V. Elizabeth (b. 1761), who m. 
Thomas Peterson, and had : 
1. John-Herbert, 2. Thomas 
P. Augustin, 3. Anne-Fox. 

VI. Sarah (b. 1765), who m. 
Charles Anderson, and had 
Claiborne Anderson. 

17. Herbert Claiborne : the eldest 
son of Col. Augustin ; had, as his 
second wife, Mary Burnet, dau. of 
William Burnet BroAvne, of Elsing 
Green, as above mentioned, and by 
her had three sons and six daughters: 

I. William-Burnet Claiborne, 
who assumed the name of 
"Browne," under the Will of 
his grandfather William Bur- 
net Browne, of Elsing Green, 
as above mentioned. He m., 
first, a Miss Claiborne, and 
had two daus. : one of whom m. 
a Mr. Lewes ; and the other 
m. a Mr. Bassett. His second 
wife was Louisa Booth, of 
Gloucester, by whom he had : 

I. AVilliam-Burnet. 

II. Jefferson. 

III. Lucien. 

IV. Matthew. 

V. Junius. 

VI. Herbert. 

VII. Thomas. 

VIII. Marcellus. 

II. Herbert-Augustine, of whom 
presently. 

III. William Claiborne, whose 

first wife was Mildred , by 

whom he had a dau. who m. 
a Mr. Watson ; his second 
wife was Helen Guigan, by 
whom he had a daughter Helen. 

Herbert Claiborne's six daughters 
were : 



I. Mary-Carter-Bassett, who 
m. Col. Vincent Bramliam, 
of Eichmond county. 

II. Judith-Brown, who m. 
Wilham Hill. 

III. Harriet-Herbert, who m. 
Eobert Hill. 

IV. Lavinia-Bathurst. 

V. Betty-Carter-Bassett, who 
m. John, son of Col. Burwell 
Bassett, of Farmingtou, 
Hanover county. 

VI. Augusta, who m. Colonel 
Philip A. Bramliam. 

18. Herbert- Augustine Claiborne : 
second son of Herbert ; b. 1784, 
and d. 1841 ; m. Delia, daughter of 
James Hayes, Editor and Publisher 
of The Viryinia Gazette and American 
Advertiser, 1876, and had five sons 
and one daughter : 

I. Herbert-Augustine, of whom 
presently. 

II. Major John-Hayes, of Rich- 
mond. 

III. Doctor James-William, of 
Petersburg, Va. 

IV. Gilbert- Burnet. 

V. Virginius-Howard. 

The daughter's name was Mary- 
Burnet Claiborne. 

19. Herbert-Augustine Claiborne, 
of Piichmond, Va. : eldest son of 
Herbert- Augustine; was thrice m. : 
the first wife was Mary- Anna, dau. 
of Rev. E. Maguire (and grand- 
daughter of Betty, only sister of 
the illustrious George Washington ; 
the second wife was Caroline Hall, 
of Fredericksburg, Va. ; and the 
third wife was Kate Hamilton, 
of Richmond. 



213.— THE '• CLAIBORNE " FAMILY, 

Of llnmancocJi, in Virginia, United States, America, 
Motto : " Confide Rectiagens." 

William Claiborne, the second son of Edmond, who is No. 12 on the 
"• Cleburne " pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family. 



PEDIGREES. 



201 



13. William- (b. 1587, d. 1676): 
second son of Edmond, of Cleburne 
Hall ; was Secretary of the Colony 
of Virginia. (See Note " Secret'is " 
under the " Cleborne" Genealogy). 
This William m. Jane Duller, of 
London, and had three sons and 
one daughter : 

I. Lieut. Col. William, of whom 
presently. 

II. Thomas. 

III. Leonard, of Jamaica, New 
Jersey (d. 1694), who m. 

Martha , and had ; 1. 

Elizabeth, 2. Catherine (co- 
heirs). 

I. Jane. 



14. Lieut. Col. William Clai- 
borne, of Romancock, Virginia, 
U. S. America: son of William; 
living in 1674 ; m. and had one 
son and two daughters : 

I. William, of whom presently. 

I. Ursulla. who m. William 
Gooch, of Virginia. 

II. Mary. 

15. William (d. 1705) : son of 
William ; m. Elizabeth Whitehead, 
and had : 

16. Philip Whitehead Claiborne, 
of Liberty Hall, in Virginia, who 
m. Dolly Daudridge, sister of 
Martha Washington. 



214.— THE " CLEBORNE " FAMILY.! 

Arms : On a field argent, three Chevronets interlaced in base sable. A Chief of 
the last. ( For CUhurne of Westmoreland ; Hay-Close, Cumberland ; Killerby, in 
Yorkshire, England : and of St. John's Manor, Wexford ; and BallycuUatan, county 
Tipperary, Ireland. ) 

The name Clihonie (from Sax. " cloeia," clayey ; " borne", a stream) is first 
mentioned in the Domesday Survey, a.d. 1086, Vol. I., 234. It occurs 
in a return of the Leicestershire possessions of Robert de Veci, who 
inherited the lands of Ethelrie ; but as no manor of this name is found 
in any history of that county, it is inferred that " Cliborne," in West- 
moreland, was for convenience, entered under " Ledecestscire." 
"Entries of one county," says Ellis, " are often in the Domesday placed 
in another ; as the manors of Hanlie and Forhilmentone in Gloucester- 
shire are entered in Herefordshire." (Domesday, 180 b.) Lapley, in 
Staffordshire, is entered under Northamptonshire (222 A. Freeman's .Yorm. 
Conq. 680) ; and Deorman's lands, in Essex, are found under Middlesex 
(Domesday, 130. b.) Of the descent of the manor from the 11th to the 
13th century but little is known. Nicholson]: (Hist, of Westm. Vol. I. 457) 



* William : This (Captain) William Claiborne agreed to furnish fifty planters to 
the Plowden Plantation in America, in 1634. — See Articles of Agreement enrolled in 
Dublin Record Office, 1633-34. 

t Family : This family was early connected with Irish affairs ; for in the Close 
and Patent Rolls, 29 Edw. III. (preserved in the Record Office, Dublin), mention is 
made of Robert de Cliburne, who was Knight of the Shire of Westmoreland, and Lord 
of the Manor of Cleburne, in that county, a.d. 1336. 

J Nicholson : Nicholson's Pedigrees and those of Atkinson (of Whitehaven, 1793) 
differ but slightly from the "Visitations," "Inquisitions Post Mortem," and other 
Public Records. Jackson follows Atkinson (Rouge Croix), in the marriage of "John, 
a son of Rowland Cliburn" (see the " Curwen" pedigree). Hanson's and Slaughter's 
Pedigrees agi-ee (see "History of Bristol Parish," p. 166). 



202 IBISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 

says, " it was early divided into two moieties : Cliburn Tailbois, and 
Cliburu Hervey, The former derived its name from a branch of the 
Tailbois, Barons of Kendal" ; the latter, from Hervey-de Veci-le Breton 
or FitzHugh. With the latter, the arms and Breton names of Alan and 
Hervey indicate close alliance ; but Sedgewick (Pembroke MSS. at 
Appleby) derives its name from "Hervey (? Grandson of Vesci), 1134, 
Hervey de Cliborn 1174, Alan 1217, Hervey, temp. Edw. I." According 
to Palgrave (Baronetage, Vol. III., 889), Alan de Clibbm-ne was living 
temp. Hen. III., a.d. 12G7. This Alan married Joan de Ravenswet, and 
had a daughter Idonea''' who married Walter, son of Tancred the Seneschal 
of Knaresborough (Le Neve's MSS. Vol. HI., 114). The issue of that 
marriage was George Tankard, of Borrowbridge, in Yorkshire, who died 
s.p. temp. Hen. III. 

The following inscription is from a Brass in Cliburu Church, near 
Penrith, in Westmorelandshire, England : 

" Ad majorem Dei gloriam atcjue in menioriam clarse insignisque gentis Herviaa 
de Cliborne, Alani scilicet de Clibburne, qui anno gratice MCCXVII.; Godfredi vero 
filii Herveii de Cleborne, qui anno MCCCXV. ; Eoberti quoque de Cliburn, qui anno- 
MCCCXXXVI. floruit, quique primus extitit Comitates Westmerlandensis eques, 
necnou et ipsius nepotum, hujus manerium maneriumque de Bampton Cundale 
Bampton Patrick ac knype Patric in eodem Comitatu veterum Dominorum. Insuper 
et in menioriam Gulielmi de Cleyborne stu Claiborne primi e Secretis f Colonias 
Virginiensis, qui anno vixit MDCXXVI. ; Gullielmi de Cleburne prredii a sancto 
Johanne Comitates Wexfordiensis in Hibernia domini ; Gullielmi Cleburne de Castello 
BallycuUatans Comitatfis Tippei-eriensis, qui obiit die xxii mensis Octobi'ia anni 
MDCXXXIV. ; Kicardi denique Cleburne de Ballycullatan Annagh deque Buunadubber 
in eodem Comitatu ejusdemque fato jam functorum nepotum, hfec tabella et fenestra 
posita3 sunt." 

On the south window of the said church is the following inscription : 

" Ad majorem Dei gloriam et in Memoriam Gullielmi et Edwardi et Gullielmi filii 
nepotispronepotemquellicardi Cleborne de Castello Ballycullatani armigeri eorumque 
conjugibus et filius. In memoriam quoque Christopheri Cleburne filii proxime supra 
dicti Gullielmi, qui natus est die quarto Deccmbris, 179o, obiit vero undecinio 
Novembris, 18-18, ipsius que amatissimaj uxoris Johaunte, quae tcrtio die Januarii, 
1862, cetatis suse sexagesimo secundo decessit." 

From Hervey, of Cliburne, who, according to the Escheats of 8 Edw. 
II., hved A.D. 1307, the following line is deduced: 

1. Hervey de Cliburne, living 2. Geoffrey (living in 1315), who 
1292 (20 Edw. I.) and 1307 in the Escheats of 8 Edw. II. is 
(Edw. II.), had: styled " Fil Hervei." He held, by 

* Idonea : She was so named after idonea de Leyborne, to whom, according to 
the Hist, of Westnul, A'ol. I., p. 275, the demesne land " Cliborne" then belonged. 

t Secretis : The William Claiborne (Xo. 13 on the " Claiborne" of Romancock, 
Virginia, U.S.A., pedigree), '-primi e Secretis Coloniae Virginiensis" here mentioned, 
was not the Jird Secretary of the Colony of Virginia, unless the assertion means 
(what it does not state) that he Avas the first Secretary under King Charles I., and 
the new form of Colonial government. This William was appointed Surveyor- General 
of the "Old Dominion," through the influence of his mother's cousin the eccentric 
Anne, Countess of Pembroke, whose husband was one of the most prominent members 
of the London Company. The connection must have been through the Sandfords : 
Grace, the mother of the said William Claiborne, was daughter of Alan Bellingbam, 
by his second wife Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Sandford of Askham ; and, in the 
'• Memoirs of the Countess of Pembroke," she speaks of "my cousin Thomas Sandford' 
wife at Askham." 



PEDIGREES. 



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knight service in Cliburne,Lowther, 
Clifton and Melkanthorpe (Collin's 
Peerage, p. 428). 

3. Eobert Cliburn, of Cliburn- 
Hervey {Inq. Post Mortem, 9 Edw. 
III., A.D. 1336), Knight of the Shire 
of Westmoreland, 7 Rich. 11. a.d. 
1884 : son of Geoffrey ; had a 
brother Thomas, whose daughter 
Alice m. John Wray, of Richmond 
(Eng. Baronetage, Vol. T. 241). 
Sir Robert de Cliburn m. Margaret, 
dau. and co-heir of Henry, Lord of 
Cuudale and Kyme (43 Edw. III. 
A.D. 1370), and had : 

4. John de Chjhurn, who was the 

first husband of Margaret 

(a.d. 1392). Her second husband 
was John Warthecoppe, of Warcup. 
The issue of John de Clyburn were : 
1. Roland ; 2. John. 

5. John Glehorne : second son of 
John de Clyburn and Margaret 
(Inq. P. M. 10, Hen. V., a.d. 1423) 
m. and had : 

6. Rowland C/ijlorn, of Cliburn 

This Genealogy is continued in the Pedigree of "Cleburne" of St. 
John's Manor, co. Wexford, Ireland; which comes next after this. 



Hall {Inq. Post Mart. 84 Hen. VI., 
A.D. 1456), who m. and had : 

7. John, of Cliburne, co. West- 
moreland, who d. 8 August, 1489 
{Inq. P. M. 4 Hen. VII.) He m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Curwen of Workington Hall, in 
Cumberland (see " Curwen " pedi- 
gree), and had : 

8. Thomas Cleburne, of Cleburne 
Hall, b. in 1467 {Inq. P. M. 4 Hen. 
VII., 19 Hen. VIII.), who m. and 
had : 

9. Robert, of Cliburne and 
Killerby, in Yorkshire (24 Hen. 
VIII., 1533), and Nicholas who d. 
unm. Robert Cleburne m. Emma 
(living 1482), dau. and co-heir of 
George Kirkbride, of Kirkbride, in 
Northumberland, and had Edmund, 
of Killerby, in Yorkshire, and a 
dau. Eleanor, m. to Richard Kirk- 
bride, of Ellerton, by whom she 
had Bernard Kirkbride, who d. 
1622. 



A mis 
Crest . 



215.— THE " CLEBURNE " FAMILY, 

Of St. John's Manor, Coioitij ]Vex/ord. 

Same as " Cleborne," already given. 
A wolf's head erased, sable. 



Commencing with Rowland Clyborn of Cliburne Hall, Westmorelaudshire, 
England, who is No. 6 on the " Cleborne " pedigree, the following is the 
descent of this branch of that family : 



6. Rowland Clyborn of Chburn 
Hall and Bampton, Westmoreland- 
shire {Inq. P. M. 34 Hen. VL, a.d. 
1456), had : 

7. John Cleborne of Cliburne 
Hall, who d. 8 Aug., 1489 {Inq. P.M. 



4 Hen. VII.) He m. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Curwen* of 
Workington-Hall, in Cumberland 
(see the " Curwen" pedigree), and 
had : 

8. Thomas Cleburne of Cliburne 



* Curwen : John, the son of Rowland Clyborn, man-ied, says Freeman, " a wife 
in whose veins ran some of the noblest blood of England" ; " of a house," he continues, 
" that could boast by the spindle side, of the blood of the ancient Kings." 



204 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRiSll 



Hall, who was b. in 1467 {Inq. P.M. 
4 Hen. VII., 19 Hen. VIII.) He m. 
- — and had : 

9. Robert, of Cliburne Hall and 
Killerby, in Yorkshire (24 Hen. 
VIII.) A.D. 1533 ; and Nicholas, 
who d. unm. This Robert m. 
Emma (living 1482), dau. and 
co-heir of George Kirkbride* of 
Kirkbride in Northumberland, and 
had Edmund Cleburne of Killerby 
in York, and a dau. Eleanor, m. to 
to Richard Kirkbride, of Ellerton, 
Esq., by whom she had Bernard 
Kirkbride who d. 1622. 

10. Edmund, of Killerby : son 
and heir of Robert ; m. Ann 
Layton, of Dalemain, in Cumber- 
landshire, and had : 

I. Richard, of whom presently. 

11. Thomas, of Hay-Close, co. 
Cumberland. 

III. John, who married. 

IV. William (? Dean of Kildare, 
1626.) 

V. Elizabeth, m. John Thwaite, 
of Mareton. 

II. Richard, of Killerby, co. 
York, and of Cleburne, co. West- 
moreland: eldest son of Edmund 
(Inq. Post Mortem, 2 Mary, 1554, 
19 EHz. 1577). Rebuilt Cleburne- 
Hall in 1567 ; d. 4 Jan. 1607. He 
m. Eleanor, dau. of Launcelot 



Lancaster! of Sockbridge and 
Barton, co. Westmoreland, and 
had : 

I. Edmund, of whom presently. 

II. Agnes, b. 1570. 

III. Eleanor, m. Wm. Workmann 
(1605). 

IV. Gerard b. Feb. 1566. 

V. Barbara, m. Thos. Banks, of 
Whixley. 

VI. Jane, b. 1568. 

VII. Ann. 

VIII. Emma. 

12. Edmund, of Cleburne Hall : 
eldest son of Richard Cleborne; m. 
on 1 Sept., 1576, Grace (b. 1558, 
d. 1594), dau. of Alan Bellingham,| 
of Helsington and Levins, and by 
her had three sons and two daus. : 

I. Thomas, of whom presently. 

II. William, the famous Colonial 
Secretary of Virginia, U.S.A., 
who was b. 1587, and d. 1676 
(see the pedigree next after 
this). 

III. Robert. 

The daughters were : 

I. Agnes. 

II. Dorothy. 

13. Thomas Clchoni (b. 1580, d. 
16 Feb., 1640): eldest son of 
Edmond ; m. Frances, dau. of Sir 
Richard Lowther, and sister of Sir 
Gerard (see the " Lowther" pedigree, 



* Kirkbride : Descended from Odard de Loyis and the " good Barons of Wigton.'' 
Odard gave Kirkbride to his second son Adam de Kirkbride. 
Arms: Argent, a Saltire engrailed Vert. 
Bernard Kirkbride the last of the family d. March, 1677, sine prole extinctus. 

t Lancaster : Descended from Tailbois, Barons of Kendal. Wm. de Lancaster, the 
last Baron, granted Barton and Patterdale to his half brother ("fratre meo ") Roger 
de Lancaster of Barton, Co. Westmoreland (see the "Lancaster" Pedigree). 

J Bellini/ham : Grace Bellingham was secondly married to, but left no issue by, 
Gerard Lowther (b. a.d. 1561, d. 1624). The following is a copy of the inscription on 
her tomb inside the chancel of Catterick church, county of York, situate within a few 
miles of Killerby, a hunting seat of the Cleburnes of Cleburne : 

" Gracia Belingamii filia vidua Cleburni, Gerardi Lowtherii uxor, lectissima 
fsemina, snmm;e pietatis, uivictre patientia?, charitatis in pauperes maxima^, verljorum 
parcior, eximas prudentiae, singularis in maritus obsequii, mortis ades niemor, ut 
septem hujus peregrinationis sute anno nunquam proficesceret, quin linteum sepulch- 
rale circumferet, obdormivit in Domino, anno i^tatis suse 36. 1594." 



PEDIGREES, 



205 



ante), and had three sons and four 
daughters : 

I. Edmond (b. 1G05), of Chburn 
Hall, who m. Elizabeth Hutton, 
of Marsk, and had : 

I. Timothy (1668), who m. 
Mary Talbot. 

II. Eichard, who d. unm. 

III. William (d. 1682), of whom 
presently. 

The daughters were : 

I. Grace. 

II. Ann. 

III. Mary, b. 1612. 

IV. Frances, who m, Whitefield, 
of Coulton. 

14. William Cleburne, of St. John's 
Manor, co. Wexford, who d. 1682 : 
the third son of Thomas ; m. Bridget 
Ward, of Kilkenny, and had two 
sons and one daughter: 

I. William- (b. 1642, d. 1684), 
of Ballycullatan Castle, co. 
Tipperary, who m. Eliza 
Cambie, of Annagh Castle, co. 
Tipperary, and had Elizabeth, 
who d. an infant in 1682. 

II. Eichard, of Bunnadubber 
(1705), of whom presently. ' 

I. Mary, who m. Eichmond Allen, 
and had issue. 

15. Richard, of Bunnadubber: 
second son of William ; m. and 
had one son and four daughters : 

I. William, of whom presently. 

I. Rebecca, who m. Frank Sadlier 
of Belleview. 

II. Ellen, who m. a Mr. Warren, 
of Warren's Court, co. Cork. 

III. Another daughter, who m. 
Thomas Cuthbert. 

16. William Clehome, of Bally- 
cullatan Castle : son of Eichard ; 



m. in 1744, Grace Perry, of Wood- 
roof, CO. Tipperary, and had four 
sons and three daughters : 

I. John, of Ballycullatan, Castle- 
town and Springmount, who 
m. Grace, sister of Counsellor 
Harry Palmer, and had two 
daughters co-heiresses : 

I. Grace, who m. Francis 
Palmer and had issue. 

II. Eliza, who m. also a Mr. 
Palmer, and had a son 
Thomas, who m. a Miss 
Harding; and a daughter 
Hannah, who m. William 
Minnit, Esq. 

II. Thomas : the second son of 
William ; d. unm. 

III. Eichard, of Bunnadubber, 
who m. Eebecca Kinsley, and 
had issue. 

IV. Edward, of whom presently. 
The three daughters were : 

I. Catherine, who m. a Mr. 
Carden, of Templemore, co. 
Tipperary. 

II. Eebecca, who d. unm. 

III. Ellen, who m. a Mr. Perry, 
of Woodroof, CO. Tipperary. 

17. Edward (b. 1719, living in 
1809) : the fourth son of WiUiam, 
of Ballycullatan Castle ; m. Ellen, 
dau. and heiress of Mr. Palmer, of 
Derrinsalla, co. Tipperary, and had 
with other children, six sons and 
six daughters : 

I. Joseph, who d. unm. 

II. William, of Rock Cottage, 
of whom presently. 

III. Micajah, who m. and had 
issue. 

IV. Samuel, who ra. Ann, niece 
of Sir John Tydd. 



* William : The Manor of St. John's, co. Wexford, which William Cleburne, of 
Ballycullatan Castle, held in 1684 (see his Will, Probate Othce, Dublin), Avas left by 
Sir (Tcrard Lowther to a nephew of his f/iircl wife Anne Parsons, a daughter of one of 
the ancestors of the present Eails of Rosse. The tomb of this William is in the 
chancel of the old Church of Killjarrow, co. Tipperary ; and undei- the shield of his 
arms is the following inscription : " Gulielmus. Olelnirne. de Balliculaton. Anniger, 
obit, vicessimo. secundo. die. mensis. Octobris. Anno. Dom. 1684," 



20G 



IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



V. Edward. 

VI. Robert, who m. Eliza 
Phillip, s.p. 

The daughters were : 

I. AUD. 

II. Ellen. 

III. Mary. 

IV. Jane. 

V. Katherine. 

VI. Hetty. 

18. William (b. 1758, d. 1833), 
of Rock Cottage, and Derrinsalla : 
second son of Edward ; was twice 
m. : first, to Ellen Kinsley, by 
whom he had an infant who d. 
young ; his second wife was Phoebe 
(b. 1759), sister of Captain Christo- 
pher Sharpe (killed in Maroon 
war), and had three sons and three 
daughters. 

I. Doctor Joseph (b. July, 1792), 
of Grange, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher (b. 4 Dec, 1793), 
who m. Jane, dau. of John 
Reilly, Esq., of Bandon-Bridge, 
and had six sons and four 
daughters : 

I. William, who was a Doctor 
in Physic. 

II. Joseph, lost at sea. 

III. Rev. Eobert Cleburne, of 
Louisiana, United States. 

IV. Christopher James Clehornc, 
a Doctor in Physic. 

V. James Clehunie, a Civil 
Engineer in India. 

VI. Simon, who d. young. 

I. Ellen. 

II. Phcebe. 

III. Mary. 

IV. Elizabeth. 

III. William : the third son of 
William ; b. Aug., 1798, d. 1799. 



The three daughters were (besides 
Phffibe who d. an infant) : 

I. Phffibe, b. 19 Jan., 1796. 

II. Margaret, b. 1799. 

III. Eleanor, b. 1802. 

19. Doctor Joseph Cleburne : son 
of William of Derrinsalla ; was 
twice m. : his first wife was a' dau. 
of Patrick Ronayne, Esq., of 
Annebrook, by whom he had three 
sons and one daughter : 

I. William (b. 1824), a Civil 
Engineer, of whom presently. 

II. Major - General Patrick - 
Ronayne, b. 1828 ; slain at the 
battle of Franklin, Penn- 
sylvania, in 1864 ; d. unm. 

III. Joseph, who m. Almira, and- 
has issue ; living in 1883. 

The daughter is Ann, who m. 

James Sherlock, of Cincinnati, 

U.S., and has issue ; living in 

1883. 

The second wife of Doctor Joseph 

Cleburne (No. 19) was Isabella 

Stuart (b. 4 Dec. 1793), by whom 

he had four sons, and one daughter 

Isabella : 



IV. Edward. 

V. Eobert. 

VI. Captain 
Cleburne, 



Christopher- Stuart 

C.S.A., who was 

slain at the battle of Cloyd's 

Farm, Virginia, U.S., in 1864. 

20. William ^Cleburne (b. 1824), 

a Civil Engineer : eldest son of 

Doctor Joseph Cleburne ; was m. 

in 1840 to Eliza Thomasina Eose, 

a niece of Isabella Harrison of 

Castle Harrison, in the co. Cork, 

and a dau. of Wellington Eose* ; b. 

1824, and hving in 1883. 



* Rose : The widow of Wellington Rose, who was a daughter of Edward O'Gi'ady, 
of Bally o wen, m. in 1856, Sir Edward Fitzgerald, of New Market, in the co. Clare. 
Mary, dau. of Thomas O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, and niece of Standish O'Grady, 
first Viscount Guillamore, m. Henry Harrison, of Castle Harrison. Her brother John 
m. in 1751, the Honble. Mary-Eliza de Courcy, eldest daughter of Gerald, the 2-ith 
Lord of Kinsale, and had Gerald de Coui'cy O'Grady, whose dau., Eliza-Mary, m. 
Alexander Rose, a Captain in the Royal Navy. Isaljella, her sister, m. her cousin, 
Standish Han-ison, of Castle Harrison. 



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207 



21G.— THE "CLIBBORN" FAMILY, 

Of Aloate Castle^ Co. Westmeath. 

Arms : <^n a field ar. a chevron voided betw. three wolves' heads erased Sa. 
chief of the last, an escallop bet. two ronnd buckles of the field. 
Crest : Out of a ducal coronet, a wolf's head sable. 
Motto : " Virtus vincit Invidiam." 



On a 



William Cleburn, of Rowley, Yorkshire, England, b. 1623, and said to 
be descended from the ancient family of that name in the co. of York, 

married in 1655 Margaret (d. 1660), daughter of Crow, of Newry, 

and had : 1. John Clibborn, of Moate Castle ; 2. Bethsheba, who m. 
Philip England ; 3. Margaret, who m. and had : George, "William, Jane, 
and Mary ; 4. Anne, who m. John Miiller. 



2. John Clibborn^ of Moate 
Castle : son of William ; m. Dinah 
English, and had : 

I. Joshua, of Moate, of whom 
presently. 

II. Abram. 

III. John. 

IV. Thomas. 

I. Ann. 

II. Margaret. 

8. Joshua, of Moate : son of 
John ; m. Sarah Lecky, and had : 

I. John, of Moate Castle, of 
whom presently. 

II. Robert. 

III. George. 

IV. Joshua. 

V. Abram. 

VI. James. 

VII. Thomas. 

VIII. Joshua. 

IX. John. 

I. Dinah. 

II. Mary. 

III. Ann. 

IV. Sarah. 

V. Eliza. 

4. John, of Moate Castle : eldest 
son of Joshua ; m. Sarah Hoop, 
and had : 

I. Joshua. 

II. Robert. 

III. Abram. 

IV. William. 

V. Colonel George, of whom 
presently. 



VI. John. 

I. Sarah. 

II. Ruth. 

III. Jane. 

IV. Ann. 

5. Colonel George, of Moate 
Castle : son of John ; was twice m. : 
first, to Elizabeth Strettle, by whom 
he had : 

I. John, of Moate, of whom 
presently. 

II. Thomas. 

III. Joshua. 

I. Eliza. 

II. Sarah ; 

He was secondly m. to Ann Homan, 
by whom he had : 

IV. William. 

V. George. 

III. Ann. 

IV. Abigail. 

V. Jane. 

VI. Mary. 

6. John, of Moate : eldest son of 
Colonel George ; m. Elizabeth 
Fetherston, and had : 

I. Cuthbert-John, of whom pre- 
sently. 

I. Mary, who m. William Goffe, 
of " Hall-Park," Dublin. 

II. Sarah. 

III. Ann. 

IV. Abigail. 

7. Cuthbert - John, of Moate 
Castle : son of John ; m. Jane 
Holmes of Surock, and had : 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



I. Thomas- Strettle, of whom 

presently. 
If. George-Holmes Clibborn. 
III. Lieut. John Clibborn, Bengal 

Staff Corps. 



I. Jane Moore Clibborn. 
8. Thomas- Strettle Clibborn, of 
Moate : son of Cuthbert-John ; 
living in 1883. 



217.— THE ''CUKWEN"- FAMILY. 

According to Jackson, p. 9 of his "Curwens of Workington Hall," the Armorial 
Bearings of this family are : ^r?H»'— Argent, fretty gules, a chief azure. Vre.sf : A 
unicorn's head erased argent, unguled and crined or, — horned or and ai'gent. 
Supporters : Dexter, a maiden ppr. with golden hair girdled round the loins ; sinister, 
a unicorn argent, unguled and crined or, horned or and argent. These resemble the 
Arms of the Flemings, and " probably " says Jackson " indicated an early marriage 
with that family." 

DuNCANJ I., King of Scotland, who (see p. 41 of the Third Edition of our 
"Irish Pedigrees") is No. 108 on the Lineal Descent of the present 
Koyal Family of England, had two elder brothers — 1. Maldred (1050), 
2. Cospatrick : from this Maldred the Cnnvcn family is descended : 



108. Maldred : eldest son of 
Beatrix ; m. Aldigitha (according 
to " Symeon of Durham," Vol. I., 
pp. 92-213), and had : 

109. Cospatrick, Earl of North- 
umberland and Dunbar (a.d. 1072), 
who had: 1. Gunilda, to whom her 
brother, Waltheof, gave Camerton ; 
2. Waltheof, Lord of Allendale 
(1156) ; 3. Fergus, Lord of Gallo- 
way ; 4. Ethelreda, who (see Note 
" Duncan," ivfra) m. Duncan II., 



King of Scotland (who d. 1095), 
and had issue. 

110. Gunilda: the elder daughter 
of Cospatrick ; m. Orme,^ Lord of 
Seatou. (See at No. 3 on the 
" Lancaster " pedigree). 

111. Cospatrick, first Lord of 
Workington: their son; d. 1179. 
(See Pipe Eoll, 24 Henry II.) 

112. Thomas, who d. 7 Dec, 
1152 : his son ; m. Grace, and 
had: 



* Curiven : See Note p. 96 of this Volume. 

t Duncan : Duncan I., who was murdered by Macbetli in 1041, was the son of 
Beatrix, dau. of Malcolm II., son of Kenneth III. (who d. 994), son of Malcolm I. 
(who d. 958), son of Donald (who d. 903), son of Constantine (who d. 878), son of 
Kenneth MacAlpin (who d. 854), son of Alpin (who d. 834). — See the Saxon and Scoto- 
Pictish lines from the ancient Chronicles and Lavoisne's Atlas. The Chronicle of f/ie 
Picts caul jSVoAs (MS. Cott. Faustina A. A'lII.) has: "Malcolm tilii Dunecani, filii 
Betoch, filii Malcolmi, filii Kynath," and traces the line to "Jafeth tilii i^oe." 
Duncan I. had : 1. Donald Bane, who d. 1098 ; 2. Malcolm III., who d. 1094 ; 
3. Margaret. Malcolm III. was twice married : first, to Igibiorg (d. 1064), and had 
Duncan II., who d. in 1095 ; and, secondlj', to Margaret of England, Ity whom he had 
David (d. 1153), King of Scotland, who (see p. 402 of our "Irish Pedkjrees ") is 
No. 110 on "The Stem of the Koyal Family of England." Duncan II. married 
Etheldreda, and had : William FitzDuncan, Baron of Allerdale, who m. Alice de 
Romly (11(50), and had : I. Cecily, Countess of All)ermarle, who m. William le Groa 
(d. 1179) ; 2. Amabel, who m. Reginald Lucy, and had Kicardo Lucy of Egremont ; 
3. Alice, who d. in 1210. 

t Orme : Of this marriage of Orme with Gunilda, Jackson (at p. 3 of his Cuncens 
of Workington) says : "No more noble and ancient strain of blood flows in the veins 
of any in our land, tlian can be deduced — and that in irrefragible evidence — tiirougii 
this marriage," 



PEDIGREES. 



209 



I. Thomas (1212), who m. Joan, 
dau. of Robert de Vetcriporte 
{1212).— -Monast. V., 610. 

II. Patrick lie Ciilwen of Work- 
iugtou, d. 1212. 

113. Patrick de Cuhven, of Work- 
ington : sou of Tliomas ; m. and 
bad: 

I. Thomas, who m. Joan Las- 
celles, and had issue. 

II. Gilbert Curwen : of whom 
presently. 

, III. Eobert. 

114. Gilhevt Curiven : second son 
of Patrick de Culwen ; m. and had : 

I. Gilbert, of whom presently. 

II. John. 

III. Thomas,* who d. in 1301. 

115. Gilbert, of Workington, 
who d. 1278 : eldest son of Gilbert ; 
m. Edith Harrington (d. 1353), and 
had : 

I. Gilbert (d. 1370), of whom 
I)re8ently. 

II. Eobert, who d. 1370. 

III. Eoger, 

116. Gilbert : eldest son of 
Gilbert ; was twice mar. : first to 
Avicia, by whom he had Gilbert 
Curwen, vit. 1403 ; and, secondly, 
to Margarita, by whom he had no 
issue. 

117. Gilbert: son of Gilbert ; m. 
Alice Lowther, of Lowther, and 
had : 

118. William (1403), who was 
twice m. : first, to Ellen Brun ; 
and, secondly, to Margaret, dau. of 
Sir John Croft, by whom he had : 

119. Christopher (7 July, 1450), 
who m. Elizabeth Huddleston, of 
Millom, and had : 

120. Thomas(1470), of Working- 



ton Hall, who m. Anne, dau. of Sir 
Eobert Lowther, of Lowther, and 
had : 

I. Christopher (1492) of whom 
presently. 

n. Gilbert (1). 

III. William. 

IV. Thomas. 

V. Gilbert (2) who m, and had : 
I. Eichard. 

IL John. 

VI. Ambrose. 

I. Ann Curwen, m. Thomas 
Blennerhassett. 

II. Margaret, who m. Thomas 
Salkeld. 

III. Eliza, who m. John Cleborn, 
of ClebornHall,Weatmoreland, 
who is No. 7 on the " Cleburne" 
pedigree. 

121. Christopher : eldest son of 
Thomas ; m. Anne Pennington, and 
had : 

122. Thomas (1522) who m. 
Anne Huddleston, and had : 

I. Christopher, of whom pre- 
sently. 

I. Eleanor Curwen, who m. 
Leyborn. 

II. Lucy, who m. Sir John 
Lowther (155T), of Lowther 
Hall. (See No. 2 on the 
" Lowther " pedigree, p. 98.) 

123. Christopher: sonofThomas; 
m. Margaret Bellingham (1492), 
and had : 

I. Wilham. 

II. Thomas (1543). 
I. Elizabeth Curwen. 

124. Thomas Curwen (1543) : 
son of Christopher ; m. Agnes 
Strickland,! and had : 

I. William. 



* Thomas : Atkinson (Bonge Croix) makes this Thomas succeed his brother 
Gilbert, in 1829. 

T Sfrickkind : The marriage of Thomas Curwen with Agnes Sti'ickland (whose 
mother was the dau. and heiress of Ralf Neville) brought, says Jackson in p. 21 of his 
Cur wens of Workington, "the royal blood of the Plautagenets into the Curweu 
House." 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



II. Henry (1597). 
I. Mabel. 

125. Henry Curwen ; second son 
of Thomas ; m. Janet Crosby, and 
had : 

I. Thomas, b. 1590; d. 1653. 

I. Elizabeth. 

II. Bridget, d. 1681. 

III. Mary. 

126. Thomas : son of Henry; m. 
Helen Sanderson, and had : 

I. Darcy. 

II. Thomas. 

III. Henry. 

I. Isabel. 

II. Barbara. 

III. Helena. 

127. Darcy Curwen (b. 1643; 
d. 1722) : son of Thomas ; m. 
Isabel Lawson, and had : 

I. Eldred, b. 1872 ; d. 1745. 

II. Henry. 

III. Patrick. 

128. Eldred : eldest son of Darcy; 
m. Julian Clenmo, and had : 

I. Henry, b. 1728. 

I. Jane (d. 1762), who m. John 
Christian (d. 6 Dec, 1757), 
and had : John Christian, who 
married Isabella Curwen, and 
assumed the name " Curwen." 

129. Henry Curwen (b. 1728): 
the son of Eldred ; m. Isabella 
Gale, and had two daughters, co- 
heirs : 

I. Margaret. 



11. Isabella, who married John 

Cbristiau, who assumed the 

name " Curwen." 

180. Isabella Curwen : second 

daughter of Henry ; m. John 

Christian (who assumed the name 

" Curwen "), and had two sons and 

one daughter : 

I. Henry Curwen, of whom 
presently. 

II. John-Christian Curwen. 
I. Bridget Curwen. 

131. Henry Curwen : son of 
Isabella; m. Jane Stanley, and had : 

I. John Christian Curwen. 

II. Edward Stanley Curwen. 

132. Edward Stanley Curwen : 
second son of Henry ; m. Frances 
Jesse, and had three sons and three 
daughters. 

I. Henry Frazer Curwen, born 
1834. 

n. Eldred, who m. Hebe Ogle. 

III. Edward, who m. Eleanor 
Hill. 

I. Beatrice. 
ir. Matilda. 
III. Julia. 

133. Henry Frazer Curwen, (b. 
1834): son of Edward Stanley 
Curwen ; m. Susan Johnson, and 
had : 

134. Edward Darcy Curwen, of 
Workington Hall, inWestmoreland- 
shire, England : son of Henry 
Frazer Curwen, living in 1883. 



218.— THE "DUFFY" FAMILY, 

County Monaghan. 



Francis Duffy, of Kilcrow, in the 
parish of Ematris, and county of 
Monaghan, m. a dau. of The Mac- 
Malion, of Dartry, and had : 

2. Patrick Mor, of Attyduffy, or 
Attyduff, who m. Mary, eldest dau. 
and co-heir of Captain JohnDawson, 
a Cromwellian Officer, who settled 
at Drummany, co. IMonaghan ; and 
by her acquired an interest in the 



lands of Drummany, Drumyarken, 
and Attyduff". By the said Mary, 
Patrick Mor had two sons and a 
daughter. 

I. Patrick, of whom presently. 

II. Kev. John, a Priest, who d. 
in 1744, and was buried in 
Ematris (otherwise called 
Edragoole), where his tomb 
still exists. 



PEDIGREES. 



211 



I. Mary, who ra. a Mr. Colvin, 

of Dublin. 
i). Patrick : son of Patrick ; re- 
moved from Attyduff, and settled 
in Monaglian. His kinsmen, the 
Dawsons of Drmiimany House (de- 
scended from Dorothea, the younger 
of the two daus. and co-heirs of 
Captain John Dawson, who m. 
a gentleman of her own name from 
Londonderry), having filed a " Bill 
of Discovery" against him, or 
adopted some such process under 
the Penal Laws, they " ousted " the 
said Patrick out of his property. 
He was also engaged for a long 
time in litigation with his brother- 
in-law, Mr. Colvin. This Patrick 
Duffy m. circa 1712 Ehzabeth Duffy 
(a niece or cousin of the MacKenna 
of Trough), and had : 

I. Philip, of whom presently. 
IT. Francis of Monaghan,who had: 
I. John, of Monaghau, who m. 
Anne, dau. of Patrick Gavan, 
Esq., of Latnamard (by his 
wife Judith, dau. and co-heir 
of Bernard MacMahon of 
Rekane, who was cousin- 
german of Ross and Bernard 
MacMahon, Archbishops of 
Armagh ; and who was 
grandson of Colla Dhu Mac- 
Mahon, titular Baron of 
Dartry). By Miss Gavan, 
John Duffy had two sons : 
I. Francis, who m. Miss 



Hope, of CO. Westmeath, 
and left an only dau. Fanny, 
who m. Wilham Maunsell, 
Esq. ILCharles,now(1883) 
the distinguished and illus- 
trious Sir Charles ^Gavau 
Duffy, K.C.M.G. ; formerly 
Editor and Proprietor of the 
Dublin Nation, M.P. for 
New Ross, and lately Prime 
Minister of one of our 
Colonies in Australia. 

4. Philip : son of Patrick ; m. 
Anne Kerr, of the co. Longford. 
He removed to Cootehill in 1752, 
and, dying in 1803, left two sons : 

1. Terence, of whom presently. 
XL Bernard, who, having quar- 
relled with his father, enlisted 
in the British Army. He m. 
Anne Jeflares of E my vale, and 
had an only child, the late : 
I. General Sir John Duffy 
K.C.B., who m. a dau. of 
General Campbell, and d. s.p. 

5. Terence Duffy, of Cootehill : 
son of Philip ; m. Anne, dau. of 

MacCabe of Lissimy, and 

dying, in 1831, aged 80, was buried 
in Ematris. He had three sons : 

I. Francis. 

II. Owen of Cootehill, from whose 
statement in (18G5) this ped- 
igree was compiled. 

III. Terence, M.D., who went out 
to Bolivia, or Chili, to his kins- 
man, General John MacKenna. 



219.— THE " FAY " FAMILY.* 

Amongst the gentry of Westmeath attainted in 1641, and whose estates 
were confiscated by Cromwell, appears the name of Edward Fay of 
Dernegara and Gartlandstown. His estate, so confiscated, comprised the 

* Family : There was a branch of this family seated in the county Kihhire. which 
for many generations occupied the position of political agents and confidential 
trustees to the Earls of Kildare. The head of this family, Nicholas Fay of Balliuure, 
was specially exempted from pai'don for life or estate by Cromwell. Another branch 
of the family was seated at Trumroe, in Westmeath, which was similarly "favoured." 
Both these families appear to have recovered some part of their estates at the 
Restoration ; as George Fay, of Jamestown, in the Queen's County, mortgaged 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH. 



townlands of Deniegara, Comerstown, Ballindriuau, Bartonstown, 
Martinstowii, Cussenstown, CLristianstown, Aghlost or Ankerland, 
Carrick, Rathbuet, Great Corr, Little Corr, Glanidan Corbally, and 
Knockross, containing in the whole some 8,000 acres, and now valued by 
the Government Valuation at upwards of £6,000 per annum. 

The above lands had been long in the possession of the family, which 
was early and respectably settled in the Pale. In 1219 Sir Richard De 
Fay wasKnight of De Lacy, Lord of Meath. In 1295 George De Fay, or 
De La Fay, was seized of lands in Meath in right of his wife Isabelle, 
dau. of the fifth Baron of Delvin. In 1850 John Engelande, a trustee, 
conveyed to Richard FitzGeorge De Fay, Comerstown, Ballindrinan, &c., 
above named, in Tail Male, with remainder to Roger De Fay, who 
succeeded to the estate ; and, dying in 1380, left a son John FitzRoger 
Fay, who was seated at the Castle of Dernegara, the ruins of which are 
still traceable on a hill a few miles south of Castle Pollard. For the 
early ancestry of this family, see our Irish Pedigrees, Third Edition. 



1. Gerald Fay, of Dernegara; 
was Sheriff of Westmeath in 15G5. 
He died in 1576, having had by 
Joan FitzGerald, his wife : I.George, 
his heir ; 2. James, of Christians- 
town ; and 8. Ishmay, wife of 
Christopher Evers, of Retain. 

2. George Fay, of Comerstown : 
son of Gerald ; died vita patris ; 
m. Mary, dau. of Redmond Oge 
FitzGerald, of Timmahoe, county 
Kildare (by his wife Anne Sutton), 
and had: 1. Gerald; 2. George, 
s.p. ; 8. Redmond, s.p. ; 4. Meyler. 
The eldest son Gerald, of Dernegara, 
m. Margaret, dau. of Robert, son 
and heir of Sir Thomas Nugent, of 
Carlanstown (uncle to the then Lord 
Delvin); but dying, s.p. in 1612,was 
succeeded by his youngest brother: 



8. Meyler Fay, of Comerstown, 
who by Margery Nugent, his wife, 
had Edward, his only son ; and 
four daughters, named in their, 
father's Will, which was proved in 
1629. 

4. Edward Fay, of Dernegara 
and Gartlandstown : son of Meyler; 
m. Eliza, dau. of Theobald Nugent, 
of New Haggard (by his second 
wife, Mary, dau. of Edmond 
Nugent, of Carolanstown, by the 
latter's second wife, Mary Cusack, 
of Cussington, niece of Edmund, 
Lord Killeen). Theobald Nugent's 
first wife, we may observe, was dau. 
of Lord Trimlestown ; and Edmond 
Nugent's, dau. of Lord Dunsaney. 
This Edmond was ancestor of the 
extinct Earls Nugent. 



In 1638 Edward Fay conveyed his estates to George Aylmer, of 
Lyons, and Richard Nugent, of Robinstown, for the purposes of a family 
settlement ; but, subsequently taking a very active part in the great 
national struggle of 1641, he was attainted, and his estate confiscated. 

Ballinure in 1730 ; and George Fay of CastlepoUard, whose Will is dated in the same 
year, and preserved in the Registry of Deeds Office, leaves a conditional bequest to his 
brother Michael " in case I (the Testator) should hereafter enjoy my estate of 
Tromroy ": a condition of hope not unusual in the Jacobite Wills of the period. 

This George was brother of the gallant Jetfrey Fay, Captain in Sir Neil O'Neil's 
Regiment of Horse, who gave his name to " Fay's Ford," on the Boyne, and who was 
popularly said to be the last man (aided by his brothers) who opposed the passage of 
the Williamite Army. Jeffrey was killed at the Battle of Assanno, in Italy, in 1714. 
— See Letter preserved in the Archives of the Franciscan Convent, Merchant's Quay, 
Dublin. 



t>£DIOBEES 



213 



On the Restoration, this settlement is recited in a Decree dated 
March, 1668, restoring a portion of the property to Richard Nugent as 
trustee for the four surviving sous of Edward Fay, viz. : 1. Garret, of 
whom presently; 2. Meyler, of Comerstown, -who d. s.p., in 1688; 
3. Stephen, a Priest, who d. in 1687 : 4. Thomas, of Togher, of whom 
hereafter. 

The eldest son, Garret, resided at the Castle of Dernegaragh, and, 
dying in April, 1687, left : 1. Mary, m. to Luke Cashell, gent., of 
Sturrock, in Louth, and of Down, in Westmeath ; 2. Anne,'"' who m., 
first, Nicholas Stafford, and, secondly, Nicholas Eead, Esq., of Dunboyne; 
3. George Fay, of Gartlandstown, a Captain of Foot in the service of 
King James II., who, having been included in the Articles of Limerick, 
saved the estate, which in 1780 was in possession of his daughters and 
co-heirs, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs, Lessac. 

Edward Fay d. in March, 1685, and the male line of the family was 
continued by his youngest son.f 



6. Thomas Fay, of Dernegara, 
who m., in 1660, Anne, sister of 

Blake, Esq., of Castletown, 

by whom he had: 1. Martin, 2. John 
Mor, 3. Thomas Mor ; and a dau. 
Frances, who m. Thomas JohnsoD, 
Esq., son of John O'Neil, of Duu- 
gannon, and his wife Lettice, dau. 
of Lord Blayney. From this mar- 
riage descend the Johnson family of 
Warrenstown, in Meath ; and Sir 
W. S. Johnson, Bart., of Twicken- 
ham. In 1680 and 1681, Bills in 
Chancery were filed against Thomas 
Fay, by his brother Garret, and by 
J. Monk, and John Piggott, for his 
having entered into possession of 
Comerstown, Ballindrinan, &c. He 
was attainted in 1691, being then 
described as of Togher ; and sub- 
sequently settled at Damaelstown, 
in Meath. 

6. Martin Fay, of Damaelstown 
and Corboggy : son of Thomas ; m. 

in 1709, Catherine, dau. of 

Malone, of Possextown, (by Ann, 
dau. of Thomas Plunket, Esq., of 
Possextown and Gibbstown), and 

* Anne : By her second husband (Mr. Bead of Dunboyne), Anna Fay (whose 
Will was proved in 1735) left issue two daughters, co-heirs, of whom Jane in. Andrew 
Palles, of Mount Palles, co. Cavan, ancestorof the Right Hon. the Chief Baron Palles, 
of Dublin, living in 1883. 

+ Son : Edward Fay had daughters, of whom Mary m. Oliver Nugent of Mabestowu, 
who died in 1682 leaving Henry Nugent, who m. Eleauore Burrowes of Stradone 
House, CO. Cavan. 



dying in 1765 left issue : I.Thomas, 
2. Patrick, 8. John. The eldest son : 

7. Thomas, of Annsbrook, and 
Mayo House, county Meath, and 
Drumhirk, co. Cavan, d. Jan., 1796, 
aged 86, (Will dated 25 Jan., 1796), 
leaving two sons : 1. Patrick, whose 
issue is extinct in Ireland ; and 
2. John. 

8. John Fay, of Ballyliaise, who 
d. Jan. 1886, aged 76, leaving : 

1. Thomas, of whom hereafter ; 

2. James, of Moyne Hall ; 8. Patrick, 
who d. s.p. ; 4. John, d. s.p. James 
Fay, of Moyne Hall, d. in 1868, 
leaving John, of Moyne Hall, who 
was High Sheriff of Cavan in 1874 ; 
and Thomas, B.A., of Dublin, and 
Heath Lodge, who d. s.p. in 1879. 

9. Thomas Fay, of Faybrook, co. 
Cavan, d. 4 Sep., 1878, aged 86 ; 
leaving issue four sons : 1. Patrick 
MacCabe Fay, J. P., Chevalier of the 
Legion of Honour; 2. Thomas-Fran- 
cis, of Trim ; 8. James-Henry, of 
Faybrook, J. P. , High Sheriff of Cavan 
in 1881 ; 4. Charles-Joseph, J. P., 
M.P. for Cavan ; all living in 1883. 



2U 



IIRSH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



220.— THE " FITZWILLIAM " FAMILY. 



Jane 



Fitz- 



SlR ElCHARD FiTZWILLIAM, m. 

Plunket, and had : 

1. Sir Thomas, first Lord 
wilham, created in 1629. 

11. Richard, " of the Rock." 

2. Richard Fitzwilliam, " of the 
Rock " : son of Sir Richard ; m. a 
daughter of Sir Thady Duff, and 
had : 

3. William, who married Mary 
Plunket," and had : 



4. Thomas (d. 1736), who m. 
Mary, dau. of Thomas Lnttrell 
(No. 4 on the " Luttrell " pedigree, 
infra), and had : 

I. Richard, of whom presently. 

IL Ahce (b. 1730), who married 
William Miller, No. 4 on the 
" Miller" pedigree, infra. 

5. Richard Fitzwilliam : son of 
Thomas ; was Governor of the 
Bahamas Islands in 1732. 



221.— THE "JOYCE" FAMILY, 

Of Joyces Countri/,\ West Galwciij. 



Thomas de Jorse had a brother, 
Walter, and another, Roland. 

2. Edmond, called " Edmond 
MacMara " : son of Thomas de 
Jorse. Had four sons : 1 . Walter, 
of whom presently ; II. Richard, 
III. Edward, IV. Rickard ; Edward 
and Rickard settled in Leinster. 

3. Walter : eldest son of Edmond ; 
had : 

4. Ulick,! who had: 



5. Thomas (2), who had : 

6. Tioboid (or Theobold),who had : 

7. Giollo (or Gill), who had : 

8. Theobald (2), who had : 

9. Edmond (2), who had : 

10. Ulick (2), who had : 

11. Theobald (called Tiohoid na 
Caish'inl), who lived in the Castle 
of Renvyle, and d. 1600. 

This Theobald had : 

1. Edmond, of whom presently. 



* Plunket : This Mary was daughter of Oliver Phinket, the third son of Plunket, 
Lord of Killeen. Oliver's two elder brothers were : 1. Earl of Fingal ; 2. Sir Nicholas 
Plunket. 

+ Count r II : The O'Halloraus, MacConroys, and O'Kynes, possessed before the 
Joyces, the territory now known as "Joyces' Country," which was anciently called 
By-Orbaen.— For a historical account of the "Joyce" family, see pp. 470-471 of the 
Third Edition of our "Irish Pedigrees." 

J Ulick : This name implies a marriage alliance with the " Bourke " family. — -See 
the origin of the name Ulick, in note, p. 417, ibid. 

§ Tioboid na Gaislein : This Theobald was so called because of the castles and 
strongholds he had built, viz. : Doon Castle, near Clifden ; and Castle Kirk, on an 
island of Lough Coi'rib, commanding the entrance to his territoi-y in that direction. 
He also bidlt a strongliold near Clonbur, on the eastern boundtiry of his territory, and, 
it is believed, the Abbey of Eoss Hill, adjacent thereto. He ruled from 1570 to 1600. 

Renvyle (or Riu vile) Castle, which commands the entrance to Killery Bay, and 
which originally belonged to the O'Hallorans of West Connaught, afterwards became 
the property of tlie Joyces ; and was once unsuccessfully attacked by the famous 
Grace O'^Ialley, the mother of Toby Bourke (or Tioboid na Lidnge), above mentioned 
who (see p. 423, ibid) is No. 28 on " The Bourkes, Lords Viscount Mayo" Genealogy. 



tEDIGBEES. 



^15 



11. Miles, who also lived iu 

Eenvyle Castle." 

12. Edmuud (3) : sou of Theo- 
bald ; had : 

13. Thomas (3), who had : 

14. Ulick (3), who had : 

15. Uhck (4), who had : 

16. Ulick (5), who had : 

17. Gill (2), who had : 

18. Theobald (4), who had: 

19. Giolla (or Gill) Dubh, who 
d. 1774. This Gill Dubh was an 
extensive landed proprietor, and 
lived in the beautiful Vale of 
Glanglas, which is (in 1883) in the 
possession of his successors. 

20. Theobald : son of Gill Dubh ; 
had : 

I. Gill, of whom presently. 

II. Edward,! who was remark- 
able for his incredible strength 
and gigantic stature. 

21. Gill (4) : son of Theobald ; 
had : 



22. Patrick, who had : 

23. Sliane Ban (or John the 
Fair), his only sou, who d. iu 1856. 
This Shane had, besides a daughter 
Mary, four sous:.j; 

I. Patrick, of whom presently. 

II. Theobald. 

III. John. 

IV. Thomas. 

24. Patrick§ Joyce, of Mouuter- 
owen House, Leeuaue : eldest son 
of Shaue Ban. Had five sons living 
in 1883 : 

I. John. 

II. Peter. 

III. Patrick. 

IV. Theobald (or Tobias). 

V. Thomas Francis. 
And five daughters. 

25. John (3) : eldest son of 
Patrick; living in Greggins in 1883. 

20. Patrick Joyce (3) : his eldest 
son ; b. in 1858, and living in 1883 
in Joyce's Country. 



* Castle : See O'Flaherty's lar Gonnacht (or " West Connaught "), p. 119, Note a. 
According to the same authority (p. 309, Note e), the Joyces assumed the name 
MacThomas, after Thomas who is No. 1 on this Genealogy ; and, ibid, p. 45, Mac- 
Thomas Joyce inhabited Castlekirk, in 1586. 

fEilivard: Blake, in his "Letters from the Irish Highlands" (1823), says of this 
Edward, or "Big Ned," as he was called : . . . " Big Ned Joyce being between 
six and seven feet in height and large in proportion ; from the roof (of his house) 
hung down stores of smoked geese and mutton, instruments of fishing, and other 
articles which showed the remains of former prosperity." 

X Sons : These four sons had twenty-five male children, of whom twenty-one 
were living in 1877 ; varying in stature from 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet 6 inches. 
Henry D. Inglis, in his work on Ireland, written in 1837, says : 

' ' The Joyces are a magnificent race of men ; the biggest, and stoutest, and 
tallest I have seen in Ireland . . . but Jack Joyce (No. 23 on this Genealogy) is 
huge even among them. He is as near akin to a giant as a man can well be, without 
being every bit a giant. In breadth, height, muscle, and general aspect, he is like a 
man — if not of another race — the descendant of another race. He looks upon himself 
as a sort of King of that country — Joyces' Country — as indeed he is." 

§ Patrick : We are pleased to find by the report of the Land Court, presided 
over by Judge Ormsby, that, in November, 1882, this Patrick Joyce, of Alounterowen 
House was declared the purchaser in fee of the townland of Mounterowen West, upon 
which he (in 1883) resides; and also the adjoining village of CuUoghbeg. And we 
congratulate Mr. Pati'ick Joyce upon his thus regaining even a part of the once vast 
patrimony of his ancestors, of which they were deprived by the Cromwellian Con- 
fiscations in Ireland. 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



Another Branch of 
222.— THE "LOWTHER''- FAMILY. 



William de Lowthek, living 32 
Henry U., m., and had : 

2. Thomas de Lowther, who was 
a witness of Charter of Liulf of 
Kirkbythore, temp. Henry H., and 
who had : 

3. Sir Thomas de Lowtlier (temp. 
Hen. in.), who m. Beatrice (40 
Hen. III.), and had : 

4. Gervase de Lowther (temp. 
Hen. III.), who had : 

5. Sir Hugh Lowther, Attorney- 
General, and Knight of Shire (18, 
20, 28, 33 Edw. I. ; 5 Edw. HI.), 
who d. 18 Edw. III. ; m. dan. of Sir 
Peter de Tilliol, of Cumberland, 
and had : 

I. Hugh, sou and heir, of whom 

presently. 
n. Thomas (temp. 21 Edw. L), 

who held Pentrith and Sowerby 

Manors. 

6. Hugh (7 and 17 Edw. 11.) ; d. 
44 Edw. III.) : son of Sir Hugh ; 
Avas twice m. : his first wife was 
Margaret, dau. of William de Quail, 
and had three sons : 

I. Sir Robert, of whom presently. 

II. .John de Lowther, Knt. of 
Shire of Westmoreland (50 
Edw. III., and 2 Rich. II.) 

III. William Lowther, Slieriff of 
Cumberland. (14 Rich. II., 
2 and 11 Hen. IV.) 

Hugh's second wife was Lucy, 
dau. of Lord Cockermouth. 

7. Sir Robert (d. 9 Hen. VL) : 
eldest son of Hugh ; m. Margaret, 
dau. and heir of William Strickland, 
Bishop of Carlisle, and had : 

I. Sir Hugh, of whom presently. 
I. Mary, who m. Sir James 
Pickering, of Killiugton. 

* Lowther: The two or three ancient pedigrees of "Lowther," here given, are 
from the MSS. of the late George Hanson, of Chestertown, Maryland, United States, 
America ; which were compiled from tlie Thanet Papers, MS. Chron. Cliburn, Denton 
and Gilpin MSS. — 'Jee Note, p. 06 of this Volume. 

Gcotfry and Richard do Lowther were with Sir Hugh de Lowther at Agincourt. 
Hugh Lowther held VVythorpe (8 Edw. IL), and had a son Hugh (ob. 10 Edw. III.). 
Henry Lowther had a soxi Hugh living temp. 44 Edw. lit. Hugh, son of Sir Hugh, 
and Slargaret Lowtlier d. 1 Edv:. III. Robert d. 8 Henry VL ; Hugh Lowther, 
15 Edw. IV. ; John Lowther, 13 Henry VIII. 



II. Ann, who m. Sir Thomas 
Curwen, of Workington (see 
the " Curwen " pedigree). 

HI. Elizabeth, who m. William 
Lancaster (see the "Lancaster" 
pedigree, p. 96). 

8. Sir Hugh (Hen. V., 18 Henry 
VI.) : son of Sir Robert ; m. Mar- 
garet, dau. of John de Derwent- 
water, and had : 

I. Sir Hugh, of whom presently. 
IL Robert. (31 Hen. VI.) 

9. Sir Hugh (34 Hen. VI. , d. 16 
Edw. IV.) : son of Sir Hugh ; m. 
Mabel , dau. of Sir William Lancaster, 
of Sockbridge and Barton, and had : 

10. Sir Hugh (7 Hen VII., d. 
2 Hen. VIII. ), who m. Anne, dau. 
of Sir Launcelot Threlkeld, and had : 

I. Sir John, of whom presently. 

11. Launcelot. 
IIL Robert. 

I. Mabel, who m. John Leigh. 

II. Joan, who m. John Fleming, 
11. Sir John (4 Hen. VIII., 4 

Edw.VL): son of Sir Hugh; d. 1552; 
m. Lucy, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Curwen, of Workington, and had : 

I. Sir Hugh, of whom presently. 

II. Mabel, who m. Christopher 
Dalston, of Uldale. 

12. Sir Hugh : son of Sir John ; 
m. Dorothy, dau. of Henry, 10th 
Lord Clifford, and had two sons and 
four daughters : 

I. Sir Richard, of Avhom presently. 

II. Gerard, who was a Bencher 
at Lincoln's Inn, and who d. 
1597, m. Lucy. 
Frances, who m. Sir Henry 
Goodyer, of Polesworth. 

Barloara, who m. Thomas 



I. 



II. 



Carletou, of Carleton. 



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III. Margaret, who m. John 
Richmond of Highhead Castle. 

IV. Aune,whom. Thomas Wyberg. 

13. Su-Eichard(b. 1 530, d. 1007) : 
son of Sir Hugh ; m. Frances, dau. 
of John Middleton, and had eight 
sons and seven daughters : 

I. John, who d, s.p. 

II. Sir Christopher, of whom 
presently. 

III. George, who d. s.p. 

IV. Gerard (d. s.p. 1G24), Chief 
Justice of the Common Pleas, 
Ireland, who married Grace 
Cliburne, s.p. 

V. Hugh, Captain in the Army 
(temp. James I.) 

VI. Eichard, who d. s.p. 

VII. Sir Launcelot, who was a 
Baron of the Exchequer in 
Ireland, m. ElizabethWelbury. 

VIII. William, who m. Elenor 
Welbury, and had : ( ) 
Lowther, of Ingleton. 

The daughters were : 

I. Aun,whom. Alex. Fetherston- 
Haugh. 

II. Florence. 

III. Frances, who d. an infant. 

IV. Margaret, m. John Bysse, of 
Dublin, and had a dau. Judith: 

V. Dorothy, d. an infant. 

VI. Mabel, d. an infant. 

VII. Frances, who m. Thomas 
Clyburu, Esq., of Cliburn. 

14. Sir Christopher''': second son 
of Sir Kichard ; married Eleanor 
Musgrave (1 James I.), and had 
eight sons and four daughters : 

I. Sir John, of whom presently. 

II. Gerard, a Captain in the 
Polish Service. 

III. Richard, aBarrister-at-Law. 

IV. Rev. Christopher, Rector of 
Lowther. 

V. William. 



VI. Rev. Launcelot, Rector of 
Marton, who married Esther 
Pearce, of Dublin, and had : 
I. Christopher,ofColby-Laithe. 

VII. Robert, Alderman of London, 
who m. first, Margaret Cutler ; 
and, secoDdly, Holcroft. 

VIII. George. 

The daughters were : 

I. Elenor, who married Richard 
Fullerfield, of Strickland Hall. 

II. Anne. 

III. Frances, who d. an infant. 

IV. Another Frances. 

15. Sir John, Knt. (21 James I. ; 
Charles I. ; d. 1657) : son of Sir 
Christopher ; m. Eleanor Pleming 
of Rydal, and had three sons and 
two daughters : 

I. Sir John, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher, of St. Bees, who 
m. a co-heir of Lancaster, of 
Sockbridge and Barton. 

III. William, who m. and had : 
I. Lowther, of Swillington. 

The daughters were : 

I. Agnes, who m. Roger Kirkby. 

II. Frances, who married John 
Dodsworth of York. 

16. Sir John (1640), who was 
created a Bart, of Nova Scotia : son 
of Sir John ; was twice m. : his 
first wife was Eliza, dau. of Sir 
John Hare, and by her had three 
sons and four daughters : 

I. Ralph, who m. and had : 

I. John (1712), M.P. for Pon- 
tefract. 

II. William, a lawyer. 

III. Robert. 

The daughters were : 

I. Mary. 

II. Anne. 

III. Elizabeth. 

IV. Margaret, who m. Sir John 
Aubrey. 



* Christopher : This Sir Christopher Lowther had a natural son Sir (lerard, who was 
a Judge in Ireland, and who d. in 1660. This Sir Gerard would seem to be by some 
Genealogists mistaken for Sir Gerard Lowther, who is mentioned in the Note, p. 700 
of the Tiiird Edition of our " Iri-sh Pedigree^; " ; and in the Note, p. 98 of this 
Volume. 



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Sir John's second wife was Mary 
Fletcher, of Hutton, by whom he 
had five sous and six daugliters : 

IV. John, of Hackthorp, of whom 
presently. 

V. Richard, Avho d. an infant. 

VI. Another Richard, of whom 
see infra. 

VII. Christopher. 

VIII. Hugh. 

The daughters were : 

V. Mary, who d. an infant. 

VI. Elenor, who married Sir 
Christopher Wandesford. 

VII. Barbara, whom. John Bulby. 

VIII. Ann. 

IX. Mary, who married Edward 
Trotter. 

X. Frances, who m. Sir Thomas 
Pennyman. 

17. John, of Hackthorp : son of 
Sir John ; was twice m. : by his 
first wife, Margaret, dau. of Wilham 
Withins, he had : 

I. William Lowther, M.P. for 
Carlisle ; d. temp. William III. 
and ]\Iary. 

His second wife was Elizabeth, 
daughter and co-heir of Sir Henry 
Bellingham of Levins (see the 
" Bellingham " pedigree), by whom 
he had : 

II. Sir John, of whom presently. 



I. Mary, who was twice m. : her 
first husband was George 
Preston ; her second husband 
was John Lowther. 

18. Sir John : second sou of 
John of Hackthorp ; b. 1655 ; 
created a Knt. in 1678 ; first Baron 
Lowther and Viscount Lonsdale ; 
ra. Catharine, dau. of Sir Henry 
Thynue, and had three sons and 
six daughters. 

I. Richard, second Viscount, of 
whom presently. 

II. Henry, third Viscount, d. 
1750 ; with whom the Vis- 
countcy became extinct. 

III. Anthony, who d. 1741. 
The daughters were : 

I. ^lary, who m. Sir John Went- 
worth. 

II. Elizabeth, who m. Sir Wm. 
Ramsdou. 

III. Jane, who d. unm. in 
1752. 

IV. Eleanor, who m. Sir Chris- 
topher Wandesford (d. 1687). 

V. Mary, who m. Sir Joseph 
Penington. 

VI. Barbara, who m. Thomas 
Herbert, of Corby. 

19. Richard Lowther, second 
Viscount Lonsdale : son of Sir 
John; b. 1692; d. num. 1713. 



223.— THE "LOWTHER" FAMILY. 

The Extinct Earldom of Lonsdale. 



Sir John Lowther, who is No. 16 
on the foregoing pedigree, had by 
his wife, Mary Fletcher, a son, 
Richard, from whom this branch 
of the family is descended : 

17. Richard, of Mans Weburn 
(1688) : the sixth son of Sir John ; 
m. Barbara, dau. of Robert Pricket, 
of Yorkshire, aud had three sous 
and one daughter. 



I. Robert, of whom presently. 

II. Christopher, who m. Ann, 
dau. of Sir John Cowper. 

III. Richard, who was a Captain 
in Ireland. 

The daughter was : 

I. Elenor, who m. Doctor Barnard 

of York. 
18. Robert : son of Richard ; was 
Governor and Captain General 



PEDIGREES. 



219 



of Barbadoes, 1716 ; d. 1745 ; m. 
Catherine, dau. of Sir J. Penington, 
and had two sons and three daus.: 

I. Sir James, of whom presently. 

II. Robert, who was Knt. of the 
shire, Westmoreland, 1763. 

The daughters were : 
I. Margaret, who m. Henry, Earl 
Darlington. 



IV. Catherine, who married Duke 
of( ). 

V. Barbara, iinm. 

19. Sir James Lowther, first 
Earl of Lonsdale, March, 1781 ; 
m. Lady Mary Stewart, dau. of the 
Earl of Bute, and died s.p. This 
Earldom is extinct. 



224.— THE "LOWTHEK" FAMILY, 



The Second 

Lowther, the first EarP'' of Lons- 
dale, who was created " Earl " in 
1817, and d.l844,m. the eldest dau. 
of the ninth Earl of Westmoreland, 
and by her had two sons and three 
daughters : 

I. William, the second Earl, b. 
1787, and d. unm. 

II. Houble. Col. Henry-Cecil, the 
third Earl, of whom presently. 

The daughters were : 

I. Elenor-Cecily, who on the 



Peerage. 

24 April, 1844, m. Col. John 
Talbot Clifton, and had : 

1. Thomas Henry Clifton, who 
d. 31 Mar., 1880. 

II. Anne (b. 1788), who m. Sir 
John Beckell 

III. Elizabeth, b. 1784. 

2. The Honble. Col. Henry-Cecil 
Lowther, the third Earl : sou of 
Lowther, the first Earl ; m. Lady 
Lucy, dau. of the Earl of Har- 
borough. 



225.— THE "LUTTRELL" FAMILY. 



LuTTEELL, of Luttrcllstowu, had : 

1. Luttrell, of Luttrellstown.f 
II. Luttrell, of Magaddy. 

2. Luttrell, of Magaddy, m. and 
had : 

3. William Luttrell (d. 1G76), of 
Corn Market, who m. Mary English, 
and had : 

4. Thomas, who m. Alice Warren, 
and had two sons and two 
daughters : 



I. William Luttrell, of Belgad, 
who d. 1730. 

II. Thomas Luttrell, Merchant. 

I. Mary Luttrell, who m. Thomas 
Fitzwilliam (see No. 4 on the 
" Fitzwilliam " pedigree), who 
d. 1736. 

II. Anne Luttrell; who m. Talbot 
of Malahide. 

5. William Luttrell, of Belgad, 
who d. 1730 : son of Thomas. 



* Barl : This Earl of Lonsdale had a brother (the first Baronet), who m. Eliza))eth, 
second dan. of the ninth Earl of Westmoreland, and by her had two sons : — 1. Sir 
John-Henry Lowther, b. 1793 ; 2. Charles-Hngh Lowther. 

+ LuttrelUtown : This Luttrell m. the Honble. St. Lawrence, dau. of the 

Earl of Howth, and had : Thomas Luttrell, who m. and had : — 1. Richard (d. 1698), 
the Great Law Wit ; 2. Henry, who m. Eliza Jones, and had Sixnon, Lord Irnham and 
Earl Carhampton. This Simon, m. and had two sons : 1. Henry Luttrell, the second 
Earl of Cariiampton, who d. s.p. ; and 2. John Luttrell, the third Earl of Carhampton, 
who also d. s.p. 



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IRISH AND ANGLO-IRISH 



226.— THE "MEYLER" FAMILY, 

County Wexford. 

This family name is sometimes known as Maelor or Meyler. Camden 
says that " Mailor or Maylor, a renowned soldier, went out of Pembroke- 
shire to the conquest of Ireland with Strongbow;"' the place from which 
he came is still called "Lough Meyler." Since then the name has been 
connected with the county Wexford ; and from a very early period the 
family held the Manor of Duncormack, down to 164L 

Peirce FitzMeiler was summoned among the Magnates in 1302. Sir 
Ealph Mailor was first Commissioner over the Abbey of Dunbrody, before 
1847; and his son Robert, of Duncormack, was married to " Rose of 
Ross," and died in 1356. 

John Meeler, of Duncormack, was Oust. Pac. of the co. Wexford, in 
the reign of Edward III. ; and the King committed to him custody of 
the county during pleasure. 

Adam Meyler was summoned among the gentlemen of Wexford, in 
the same reign, with Horse and Arms. 

Patrick Meyler, of the Dirre, was one of the gentlemen of the barony 
of Shelmaher, in 1608. 



Nicholas May lev (d. 1588), of Dun- 
cormack, m. Anne FitzHenry, and 
had two sons : 

1. Walter, of whom presently. 
11. Patrick. 

2. Walter, of Ballymackeroll (d. 
1604) : son of Nicholas ; had, 
amongst other children : 

3. Nicholas, of Ballymackeroll, 
who was living in 1642, and in the 



Depositions for the County Wexford 
is called " Captain Nicholas Maylor, 
of Duncormack."* This Nicholas 
had three sons : 

I. Nicholas.! 

II. Walter, who settled in Bannow. 

III. WilHam. 

4, Nicholas Mayler : eldest sou 
of Nicholas. 



227.— THE ''MILLER" FAMILY. 



Miller, of Craig Miller, had, 
amongst other sons : j 

1. Miller, of Craigmiller. 

II. Malcolm, of Millred. 

III. William, of whom presently. 
And a daughter — Agnes. 

2. William, m. Janet Logan, and 
had : 



8. James Miller, who m. Grizzle 
Ellison, § and had: 

4. William, who m. Alice, dau. 
of Thomas Fitzwilliam (No. 4 on 
the " Fitzwilliam " pedigree), and 
had : 

5. James, who m. Ellen Fitz- 
gerald, and had: 



* Duncormack: See "Nicholas Meyler, Duncormick," p. 267, under the heading, 
" Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland," in the barony of Shelmaliere.and county of Wexford. 

■\- Nicholas: This Nicholas had a cousin, Nicholas Mayler, who was Parish Priest of 
Tocumshane and Tomhaggard, and who, on Christmas Morning, 1653, was killed while 
he was celebrating Mass in a " Knock" at Linkstown, in the barony of Bargy, and 
county of Wexford. He was the morning after buried-in the old church of Tomhaggard. 
His chalice is still in existence. This Rev. Nictiolas lived with his brother, Thomas 
Mayler, at Ballyhealy, in the parish of Kilmore. Thomas was m. to Mary Devereux, 
of Balmagir, and d. leaving a son, Thomas, of Ballyhealy, and a daughter, Mary. 

tSons: Seven of those sons perished in the Darien Expedition. 

^Ellison: This (Trizzle Ellison was a daughter of James Ellison, whose mother 
^\as a daughter of Sir David Lindsay. 



PEDIGREES. 



221 



6. Rev. Fitzwilliam Miller (d. 
1825), Domestic Chaplain to His 
Royal Highness the Duke of Kent. 
This Fitzwilliam Miller was twice 
m. : his first wife was Anne Mac- 
Naughten, by whom he had three 
sons and four daughters. 

1. James Fitzwilliam Miller, of 
whom presently. 

ir. Wm. Duncan Miller, R.N., 
who d. circa 1844. 

III. Charles, who was an M.D. 

The daughters were : 

I. Eleanor, who married a Mr. 
Goggin. 



II. Jane, who m. a Doctor Shield. 

III. Alicia. 

IV. Frances- Ann, who m. Robert 
Bellew (No. 2 on the " Bellew" 
pedigree), and had issue. By 
the second wife, the Rev. 
Fitzwilliam Miller had : 

IV. Rev. William Fitzwilliam 
Miller. 

7. James Fitzwilliam Miller : 
eldest son of the Rev. Fitzwilliam 
Miller ; d. 1830 ; m. and had : 

8. Edward Ferriter Miller, of 
Bagnalstown, co. Carlow ; living 
in 1383. 



228.— THE " MOORE " FAMILY, 

Of Bnll'ma, Mayo. 



A. MooRE, dau. of Moore, of Ballina, 
was the second wife of John Warren, 
of " Courtduff (or Corduff)," Castle- 
knock, in the co. Dublin (whose 
daughter, Alice Warren, by a 
former marriage, was married to 
Thomas Luttrell — see No. 4 on 
the " Luttrell " pedigree, ante), and 
had : 

2. Margaret Warren, who m. 
James Fitzgerald, and had : 

I. John, of whom pi-esently. 

II. Mary Fitzgerald, who m. 
Plunket, of Castle Plunket, 
and had two children, one of 
whom was Plunket, Lieu- 



tenant General in the Imperial 
Service. 
8. John Fitzgerald: son of 
Margaret Warren and James Fitz- 
gerald : m. Mary Magennis, dau. 
of Lord Iveagh, and had : 

I. James Fitzgerald, who m. 
Mary Anty. 

II. Charles of Clanshambo. 

4. Charles Fitzgerald, of Clan- 
shambo : son of John ; m. Mabella 
Fitzgerald, and had : 

5. Ellen Fitzgerald, who m. 
James Miller, who is No. 5 on the 
" Miller " pedigree. 



229.— THE " O'SHEA " FAMILY, 

Of Limerick. 

John, the fifth son of Sir Richard, who (See p. 396 of the Third Edition 
of our Irish Pedigrees) is No. G on the " O'Shee " Genealogy, was the 
ancestor of this branch of that family. 



7. John: son of Sir Richard, 
had : 

8. Lucas, who had : 

, 9. Nicholas, who had ; 



10. Richard, who had : 

11. William, who had : 

12. Martin, who had two sons : 
I. William, of whom presently. 



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lEISH AND ANGLO-IRISn 



II. Henry ,who had four children : 

I. William, Duke de Santucar, 
created a Grandee of Spain, 
who m. Christina, dau. of the 
Duke of Villamar. 

II. Henry, who mar. Marie, 
daughter of the Count de 
Montebello. 

III. Christine, who m. Colonel 
Fane, of Fulbeck, in Lincoln- 
shire, England. 

IV. Mary, who m. Honble. 
George Vaughan. 

13. William 0'Shea,='= living a.d. 
1798, who went to Spain: son of 
Martin. This William married 
Margaret, dau. of John Howley, of 
Rich Hill, Limerick, and had three 
sons : 

I. Henry, of whom x^i'esently. 

II. John, who m. Senora Dona 
Catalina Hurtado de Corcuera, 
of Madrid. 



III. Thaddeus, who m. Margaret, 
dau. of Edward Craneach 
Quinlan, of Rosanna, co. Tip- 
perar}'. 

This branch of the family is 
therefore partly Spanish and 
partly Limerick. 

14. Henry O'Shea : the son of 
William ; m. Catherine (a Countess 
of Rome), dau. of Edward C. 
Quinlan, above mentioned, andhad 
a son and a daughter : 

I. William-Henry, of whom pre- 
sently. 

I. Countess Marie O'Shea (nnm. 
in 1883), Chanoinnesse, and 
Lady of the Royal Order of 
Theresa of Bavaria. 

15. William - Henry O'Shea, a 
Count of Eome : son of Henry ; 
M.P. and J. P. for the County Clare ; 
late Captain 18th Hussars ; living 
in 1883. 



230.— THE "VERNON"! FAMILY, 

Of Clontarf, County Dublin. 

Arms : Arg., a fret sa. 

Crest: A boar's head erased sa. ducally gorged or. 

Motto : Vernon semper viret. 

We find that this ancient family can trace its descent in the female line 
from Edward Plantagenet (d. 129G), Earl of Lancaster, and son of 
Henry III., King of England ; and, in the male line, back to a.d. 1052. 

Colonel Edward Vernon, of North Aston, in Staffordshire, England, 
second son of Sir Edward Vernon (d. 1G57), of Houndshill and Sudbury, 
England, was one of the a.d. 1649 Officers j ; he landed with Charles the 
Second at Dover in 1660 ; and by that Monarch was granted the Manor 
of Clontarf. From John, a younger brother of the said Col. Edward 
Vernon, this family is descended. 

* William O'Shea: This Pedigree is authenticated by the Lord Bishop of 
Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoe, under the Consistorial Sea], dated 1st June, ISIS; 
also by the Mayor and Sheriff of the Citizens of Limerick. 

t ]'ernon : Among the "Papist Proprietors " in L-eland, whose estates were 
confiscated under the Cromwelliau Settlement, appears the name of " John Vernon, 
of Olonmore," in the Barony of Ardee, county Louth ; so that we thus find there was 
a " Vernon " Family in Ireland before the Commonwealth period. — See the last name 
in the barony of Ardee, under the heading, " Forfeiting Proprietors," in the co. 
Louth, in Paper No. 6 in the Appendix. 

:;: Officers : For a List of " The 1(549 OfHcers, " see the Paper No. 10 in the Appendix. 



PEDIGBEES. 



228 



1. -John (d. 13 March, 1670) : 
third sou of Sir Edward Vernon, of 
Houndshill and Sudbury, England ; 
was twice m. His first wife was 
Anne dau. of James Huish, Esq., 
of Sand, Devon, by whom he had a 
son : 

1. John, who d. unm. in London. 
Tlie second wife was EHzabeth, 

daughter of Fulke Walwyn, Esq., 
of Much Marcle, Hereford, by whom 
he had : 

II. Rev. Edward Vernon. 

2. Rev. Edward Vernon, of Red- 
mile, in Leicestershire : son and 
heir of John ; m. Lettice, dau. of 
John Bankes, of Uttoxeter, in 
Staffordshire, and had two sons 
and a daughter : 

I. John, of whom presently. 

IL Rev. Edward, D.D., Rector 
of St. George's, Bloomsbury, in 
Middlesex,who d. unm. in 1765. 

I. Catherine, who m. Mr. Yeates. 

8. John, of Clontarf Castle : son 
of Rev. Edward ; m. Dorothy (d. 
1773), sister of Hans Otto Grahn, 
a Hanoverian nobleman, and had 
two sons and one daughter : 

I. George, of whom presently. 

II. Edward, of Dublin, who m. 
in 1760, his cousin Caroline- 
Catherine Yeates, and by her 
had seven sons : 

I. John-Frederick, who d. 1765. 

II. George- William, Barrister- 
at-Law,who d. unm. in 1792. 

III. Francis, R.N., who d. s.p. 
in 1796. 

IV. Sir Charles Hawley, who 
d. unm. in 1835. 

V. Lieut.-Col. Brabazon-Dean, 
who m. Helen, daughter of 
Harmer Bond, Esq., of Bally- 
nahallick, near Rockmills, 
CO. Cork. 

VI. Henry, who in 1796 m. 
Frances, dau. of Thomas 
Plunkett, Esq., of Portmar- 
nock, and had : I. Rev. 



George-Edward Vernon, of 
Grosvenor Place, Bath, Eng- 
land, who was twice m. : 
first, to Miss Kingsbury, 
dau. of Archdeacon Kings- 
bury, and by her had no 
issue ; his second wife was 
Harriet, dau. of Lieut.-Col. 
Henry Bruen, of Oak Park, 
CO. Carlow, M.P., and by 
her had a son John Bruen 
(d. 1873), who had a son 
and a daughter. 

VII. Harcourt, who d. unm. 
I. Charlotte Vernon : dau. of 

John, of Clontarf ; m. Thomas 

Wright, Esq., of Houghton, in 

Derbyshire. 

4. George, of Clontarf Castle, 
Barrister-at-Law : son of John ; 
Will dated 1 May, 1785, and proved 
5 May, 1787 ; m. Elizabeth Hughes, 
widow, and had two sons and^two 
daughters : 

I. John, of whom presently. 
IL George, who d. unm. in 1802. 

I. Frances-Dorothy, who on the 
22 October, 1776, m. James 
Crawford, Esq., of Auburn co. 
Dublin, and d. 20 July,1844. 

II. Diana, who m. Sir Brodrick 
Chinnery, Bart. 

5. John, of Clontarf Castle : son 
of George; m. in 1780 Elizabeth, 
dau. of H. Fletcher, Esq., of New- 
town Park, county Dublin, and 
by her had two sons and three 
daughters : 

I. George, of whom presently. 

II. Rev. John-Fane, of Aubawn, 
CO. Cavan, who (see the next 
succeeding Genealogy), was the 
ancestor of the "Vernon" 
family of Ballyhugh, co. Cavan. 

I. Frances, who m. Bertram 
Mitford, Esq., Barrister-at- 
Law. 

II. Elizabeth, who m. Charles 
Arthur Tisdall, Esq., of 
Charlesfort, Co. Meath. 



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III. Maria, whose first husband 

was the Honble. and Rev. 

Pierce Butler, brother of the 

third Earl of Carrick ; her 

second husband was Walter 

Fawkes, Esq., of Farnley, in 

Yorkshire. 

6. George, of Clontarf Castle, 

(who d. 1822) : son of John ; m. in 

1808 Henrietta-Maria, daughter of 

Wilson Gale-Braddyll, Esq., of Con- 

ishead Priory, near XJlverston, in 

Lancashire, and had six sons and 

three daughters : 

L George Braddyll, of Cloi-tarf 
Castle, who d. unm., and was 
succeeded by his next brother. 

II. John Edward Venables, of 
whom presently. 

III. Charles Pierce, who d, unm. 

IV. Walter Fawkes, who d. unm. 

V. Braddyll Francis, who d. unm. 

VI. Henry Townley, a Lieutenant 
in the R.N. 

I. Henrietta- Jane, who m. Henry 
Pelham Clay, Esq., of Notting- 
hamshire, son of General Clay. 

II. Elizabeth-Charlotte, who m. 
the Right Honble. John Parker, 
late Secretary to the Admiralty. 

III. Maria-Frances, whose first 
husband was George Colman, 
Esq. ; the second husband was 
Mr. Napier. 



7. John Edward Venables Vernon, 
of Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin, J. P., 
D.L., living in 1883 : second son of 
George ; b. 1818 ; m. first, on 20 
Aug., 1836, Louisa Catharine (died 
12 Aug., 1853), only dau. of Charles 
Proby Bowles, of Park Lane, London, 
and had five sons and one daughter: 

I. Edward, of whom presently. 

II. Charles-Albert, b. 17 Jan., 
1840. 

III. Forbes-George, b. 21 Aug., 
18'13. 

IV. Granville-WiUiam, b. 2 Julv, 
1845. 

V. John-Francis-Jlenry,b.31 Jan., 
1848. 

I. Louisa Emily, who m. 2 June, 

18G3, George-William, second 

son of Edmond Floyd Cuppage, 

of Clare Grove, co. Dublin. 

Mr. John Edward Venables 

Vernon m. secondly, on 25 Sept., 

1856, the Honble. Rosa Gertrude 

Harriet Daly (d. s.p. 31 Aug., 1859), 

dau. of James, first Lord Dunsandle. 

8. Edward Vernon : son of John 
Edward Venables Vernon ; living 
in 1883 ; b. 31 Jan., 1838 ; m. on 
27 March, 1861, Jane, daughter of 
Mathew Brinkley, Esq., of Parsons- 
town, CO. Meath, son of the Right 
Rev. John Brinkley, D.D., Bishop 
of Cloyne. 



231.— THE " VERNON " FAMILY, 

Of BaUijlnigh, Count ij Cavan. 

Same Armorial Bearings as for •' Venioii " of Clontarf. 

The Rev. John- Fane, of Aubawu, co. Cavan, younger brother of George, 
who is No. 6 on the foregoing " Vernon " (of Clontarf, County Dublin) 
pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family. 

Rev. John Kearney, D.D., Bishop 
of Ossory, and had a son and two 
daughters : 

I. John-Edward, of whom pre- 



6. Rev. John-Fane Vernon, of 
Aubawn, co. Cavan : second son of 
John, of Clontarf Castle ; b. May, 
1790 ; d. 7 June, 1843 : m. in Dec, 
1812, Frances, dau. of the Eight 



sently. 



PEDIGREES. 



22{ 



I. Anna, who m. on 27 Mar., 
1843, Sir Nicholas Chinnery, 
Bart., and who, witli her hus- 
band, was killed in the railway- 
accident at Abbergele, in 18G8. 

II. Frances. 

7. John Edward Vernon, of 
Ballyhurgh, co. Cavan, J.P., D.L., 
and one of the three Land Com- 
missioners appointed under the 
Land Act (Ireland) of 1881 : son 
of Rev. John Fane ; b. 12 Aug., 
1816 and living in 1883 ; was twice 
married : first, on the 2nd July, 
1846, to Harriett, youngest dau. 
of the Right Kev. Dr. John 
Leslie, Bishop of Kilmore (by 
Isabella, his second wife, who was 
the dau. of the Honble. and Eight 
Kev. Thomas St. Lawrence, Bishop 
of Cork), and by her had surviving 
issue : 

I. Fane, of whom presently. 

II. Edward Saunderson Vernon, 
b. 6 Mar., 1851, and living in 



New Zealand in 1883 ; m. 
Miss Georgina Rich. 

I. Isabella- Frances, who m. 
Henry Chichester Tisdall, 
son of John Tisdall, Esq., of 
Charlesfort, co. Meath. 

Mr. John Edward Vernon m., 
secondly, in 1858, Maria Esther, 
eldest dau. of the Honble. George 
Colley, of Leopardstown, and by 
her has had two sons and three 
daughters : 

III. George - Arthur Pomeroy 
Vernon. 

IV. Walter-Pomeroy Vernon. 

II. Anna-Lilian. 

III. Helen-Kose. 

IV. Blanche ; ail Hving in 1883. 
8. Fane Vernon, J.P. : eldest son 

of John-Edward ; b. 5 July, 1849 ; 
m. on the 11 May, 1882, Thom- 
asina-Georgina, second dau. of the 
Eev. Canon Tombe, of Hollywood 
House, CO. Wicklow ; and both 
living in 1883. 



APPENDIX. 



1.— ENGLISH AND SCOTCH PLANTEES IN IRELAND 

In the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth and James the First. 

While the Genealogies contained in this Volume are given in alphabetical 
order, we have thought it best to observe chyonological sequence in the 
subjects mentioned in the Papers inserted in this Appendix ; commencing 
with the reigns immediately preceding the Commonwealth period in 
Ireland. We therefore commence with the reigns of Elizabeth and James 
the First. 

According to Sir Richard Cox and the Carew Manuscripts, the following 
were " Planters " in Ireland in those reigns : 



In the County Cork 



1. Arthur Robins 

2. Fane Beecher 
8. Hugh Worth 

4. Sir Arthur Hyde 
6. Sir W. St. Leger 

6. Hugh Cuffe. 

7. Sir Thomas Norris 

8. Thomas Say 

9. Sir Richard Beacon 



10. Edmund Spenser 

11. Sir George Bouchier 

12. Sir Edward Fitton 

13. Francis Fitton 

14. Thomas Fleetwood 

15. Marmaduke Edmunds 

16. Sir John Stowell 

17. Sir John Clifton 

18. Arthur Hyde. 



In Cork and Waterford 
1. Sir Walter Raleigh. 



1. Sir Christopher Hatton 

2. Sir Edward Fitton 



1. The Earl of Ormonde 



1. Sir George Bouchier 

2. William Trenchard 

3. Sir Henry Billingsley 



In Waterford : 

8. Sir R. Beacon. 

In Tipperary : 

I 2. Sir Edward Fitton 

In Limerick : 



4. Sir William Courtenay 

5. Francis Barkly 

6. Ed. Maiuwaring 



228 



APPENDIX. 



7. Edward Fittou 

8. Richard Fitton 

9. Alexander Fittou 

10. Sir Edward Fitton 

11. William Carter 

12. Sir George Thornton 



1. Sir William Herbert 

2. Charles Herbert 

3. Sir Valentine Brown 

4. Sir Edward Denny 

5. John Hollis 

0. Captain Conway 



1. Sir Richard Cooke 

2. Sir Lawrence Esmond 

3. Sir Edward Fisher 

4. Frances Blunden 

5. Conway Bradey 

6. Sir Roger Jones 

7. Sir James Carroll 

8. John Wingfield 

9. Sir Adam Loftus 



13. Robert Annesley 

14. Sir Henry Ughtred 

15. Robert Strowde 
IG. Robert Callmn 
17. Rowland Stanley 



In Kerry 

7. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 



John Champion 

George Stone 

John Crosbie 

Captain Thomas Spring 

Stephen Rice 

Luke Morrice 



In Wexford 

10 
11 



Fergus Grtemes 

Sir Richard Wingfield 

12. William Marw^ood 

13. Francis Bloudell 

14. John Leghorn 

15. Capt. Trevillian 
IG. Capt. Fortescue 

17. Thomas Hibbets 

18. The Bishop of Waterford 



The following persons also received grants of Land in the county 
Wexford : 



1. Captain Dorrington 



8. Lieut. Burroughs 

9. ,, Stratford 

10. Mr. Gillet 

11. „ Waldrond 

12. „ Sherlock 

13. „ Hashwell 



According to the Carew Manuscripts the following were the " original 
planters " in Ulster : 

In Armagh : 



2. 




Me ares 


3. 




Pikeman 


4. 




Cawell 


5. 




Achland 


6. 




Henry Fisher 


7. 


Lieut. 


John Fisher 



Knglish. 

1. Earl of Worcester 

2. Lord Say 

3. Powell 

4. Sacheverell 

5. John Heron 
G. Stanhawe 

7. John Dillon 

8. Brownlowe 

9. Machett 
10. IJollestou 



Scotch. 

1. Sir James Douglas 

2. Claude Hamilton 

3. William Lander 

4. James Craig 

5. Henry Acheson 



ENGLISH AND SCOTCH PLANTERS. 



^29 



In Tyrone 



English, 

1. Earl of Salisbury 

2. Sir Thomas Ridgway 

3. Thomas Roch 

4. Francis Willoughbie 

5. Sir John Ashborneham 

6. Captain Eduey 

7. Thomas Edney 

8. George Ridgway 

9. William Parsons 

10. William Turvine 

11. Lord Audley 

12. Sir Mervin Audley 

13. Fernando Audley 

14. Sir John Davis 

15. William Blunt 



Scotch. 

1. Lord Uchiltrie 

2. Sir Robert Hepburne 

3. L. Lochnories 

4. Barnard Lyndsey 

5. Robert Stewart, of Hilton 

6. Robert Lindsey 

7. Robert Stewart, of Rotton 

8. Earl of Abercorne 

9. Sir Claud Hamilton 

10. James Clapen 

11. Sir George Hamilton 

12. Sir Thomas Boyd 

13. James Haig 

14. Sir John Drumond,of Bordland 

15. George Hamilton 



In Donegal 



English. 

1. Lord Chamberlaine 

2. William Wilson 

3. Sir Norris Barkley 

4. Sir Kobert Kemington 

5. Sir Thomas Cornwall 

6. Sir William Barnes 

7. Sir Henry Clare 

8. Captain Coach 

9. Edward Russell 
10. Captain Mansfield 



Scotch. 

1. Duke of Lenox 

2. Lord of Mints 

3. John Stewart 

4. Alex. M'Aulla, of Burling 
6. L. Glengarnock 

6. John Cunningham, of Cranfield 

7. Cuthbert Cunningham 

8. I, Dundutf. 

9. James Cunningham 

10. L. Bomby 

11. L. Brougham 

12. Wm. Stewart 

13. Sir Patk. M'Kee 

14. Alex. Cuningham 

15. James M'Cullock 

16. Alex. Dombar 

17. Patrick Wans 



In Fermanagh 



English . 

1. Earl of Shrewsburie 

2. Sir Edward Blennerhassett 

3. Thomas Blennerhassett 

4. Sir Hugh Woorall 

5. Thomas Flowerden 



Scotch. 

1. L. Burley 

2. L. Pittarre 

3. L. Monutwhany, jun. 

4. L. Kinkell 

5. James Traill 



230 



APPENDIX, 



In Feemanagh — continued 



Enr/lisfi. 

6. Edward Ward 

7. Henry Hmnngs 

8. Thomas Barton 

9. John Ledborongh 

10. Kobcrt Calvert 

11. Kobert Boggas 

12. John Archdale 



Knglisli. 

1. Earl of Northampton 

2. Richard AValdrou 

3. John Fish 

4. Stephen Butler 

5. Sir Nicholas Lasher 

6. Sir Hugh Wirrall 

7. John Taylor 

8. W. Lusher 



Scotch. 

6. George Smelhome 

7. Sir John Home 

8. Robert Hamilton 

9. William Fowler 

10. James Sibb 

11. Jehu Lyndscy 

12. Alexander Home 

13. John Dombar 



In Cavan. 



Scotch. 



1. Sir Alexander Hamilton 

2. John Auchmootie 

8. Alexander Auchmootie 

4. Sir Claude Hamilton 

5. John Broune 

6. L. Obignye 

7. William Dowmbar 

8. William Baylie 

9. John Ealston 



End of the names of English and Scotch Planters in Ireland. 



SERVITORS. 

The following were the "Servitors" in Ulster, who obtained grants of 
Lands in the live following counties : 



1. Sir Gerald Moore 

2. Sir Oliver St. John 
8. Lord Audlcy 

4. Sir Thomas Williams 

5. Captain Bouchier 



1. Sir A. Chichester 

2. Sir Thomas Ridgway 

3. Sir Richard Wiugfield 



In' Arjiagh ; 

6. Captain Cooke 

7. Lieutenant Pomes 

8. Marmaduke Whitechurch 

9. Captain Athertou 



In Tyrone 



4. Sir Toby Caulfield 

5. Sir Francis Roe 



In Fermanagh 



1. Sir Jo[)[i Davis 

2. Captai2;[Q-^fimuel Ilarrisou 

3. Piers^ett '^^ 



4. Sir ] 



;st0U 



Uiott 



5. Captain Atkinson 
(J. Captain Coalc 
7. Captain Goarc 



REGICIDES OF CHARLES THE FIRST. 



231 



In Donegal : 



1. Captain Stewart 

2. Captain Craffoord 

3. Captain John Vaughan 

4. Captain Kinsmell 

5. Captain Brookes 

6. Sir Richard Hansard 

7. Lieutenant Parkins 

8. Ensign Hilton 

9. Sir Thomas Chichester 



10. Captain Hart 

11. Sir Eaffe Binglie 

12. Lieutenant Ellyes 

13. Captain Henry Vaughan 
It. Captain Kichard Bingley 

15. Lieutenant Gale 

16. Charles Grrimsditch 

17. Lieutenant Browne 





In Cavan : 


1. 


Sir George Greame 


12. 


2. 


Sir Richard Greame 


13. 


3. 


Captain Coolme 


14. 


4. 


Walter Talbott 


15. 


5. 


Captain Pinner 


16. 


6. 


Lieutenant Rutlidg 


17. 


7. 


Serjeant Johnes 


18. 


8. 


Sir Oliver Lambart 


19. 


9. 


Captain Lyons 


20. 


10. 


Joseph Jones 


21. 


11. 


Lieutenant Atkinson 


22. 




End of the List of I 



Lieutenant Russell 
Sir John Elliott 
Captain John Kidgeway 
Sir WiUiam Taaff 
Lieutenant Garth 
Sir Edmond Fetiplace 
Sir Thomas Ashe 
John Ashe 
Archibald More 
Brent More 
Captain Tirrell 



2.— CAUSES WHICH CONDUCED TO THE WAR IN IRELAND, 

Of 1641. 

For those Causes, see the " Dedication," commencing in p. 4 of this 
Volume. 



8.— THE REGICIDES* OF CHARLES I. 

The Honours, Castles, Messuages, Manors, Lands, Tenements, and Here- 
ditaments whereof the following Regicides of Charles the First were at 
any time theretofore seized or possessed were forfeited f by the Act of 



* Regicides : According to some Authorities, Ring Charles the First was beheaded, 
A.D. 1649 ; but that Monarch, it is stated in page 36 of the "Act of Settlement," was 
beheaded on the 30th of January, 1648. 

t Forfeited : lu the Reign of Charles II. the lands of the following persons were 
also forfeited : 

Clanmaliere, Lewis, Lord Viscount of 
Coghran, Sir Brice 

Cromwell, Henry : "The Lands lying in the Baronies of Dunboyne and Rathtooth, 
and county of Meath, whereof Henry Cromwell was by himself, his Tenants or 



282 



APPENDIX. 



Settlement (a.d. 1661), and settled in and upon his Royal Iligbness 
James, Duke of York and Albain, Earl of Ulster, etc. (afterwards King 
James II.) : 

Jones, John 
Lilburn, Robert 
Lisle, John 
Livesey, Sir Michael 
Love, Nicholas 
Ludlow, Edmond 
Martin, Henry 
Mayne, Simon 
Mildmay, Sir Henry 
Millington, Gilbert 
Mounson, William, Lord 
Norton, Thomas 
Okey, John 
Pelham, Peregrine 
Pennington, Isaac 
Peters, Hugh 
Phelps, John 
Potter, Vincent 
Pride, Thomas 
Eow, Owen 
Say, William 
Scot, Thomas 
Scroop, Adrian 
Smith, Henry 
Stapely, Anthony 
Temple, James 
Temple, Peter 
Tichburn, Robert 
Vyun, John 
Wait, Thomas 
Waller, Sir Hardress 
Walton, Valentine 
Wlialey, Edward 
Wogan, Thomas 

End of the names of the Regicides of Charles I. 



1. 


Aldred (or Alured), John 


36. 


2. 


Allyn, Francis 


37. 


3. 


Andrews, Thomas 


38. 


4. 


Axtely, Daniel 


39. 


5. 


Berkstead, John 


40. 


6. 


Blackston, John 


41. 


7. 


Bradshaw, John 


42. 


8. 


Braughton, Andrew 


43. 


9. 


Carew, John 


44. 


10. 


Cawley, William 


45. 


11. 


Challiner, James 


46. 


12. 


Glial linor, Thomas 


47. 


13. 


Clement, Gregory 


48. 


14. 


Constable, Sir William 


49. 


15. 


Corbet, Miles 


50. 


16. 


Cromwell, Oliver 


51. 


17. 


Danvers, Sir John 


52. 


18. 


Dean, Richard 


53. 


19. 


Dendy, Edward 


54. 


20. 


Dixweil, John 


55. 


21. 


Downes, John 


56. 


22. 


Edwards, Humphrey 


57. 


23. 


Ewer or Evers, Isaac 


58. 


24. 


Fleetwood, George 


59. 


25. 


Frey, John 


60. 


26. 


Garland, Augustine 


61. 


27. 


Gousse, William 


62. 


28. 


Hacker, Francis 


63. 


29. 


Hamond, Thomas 


64. 


30. 


Harrington, Sir James 


65. 


31. 


Harrison, Thomas 


m. 


32. 


Harvy, Edmond 


67. 


33. 


Hewson, John 


68. 


34. 


Holland, Cornelius 


69. 


35. 


Ireton, Henry 





Assigns possessed, the 7th day of May, 1G59, be settled upon and contirmed unto 
(Sir William Russell, of Laughorn, Earonet ; and Doctor Jonathan Goddard, 
their Heirs and Assigns for ever : And that the Lands . . . lying in the 
Province of (Jonnaught, whereof the said Henry Cromwell was in the like manner 
possessed, be .settled upon and confirmed unto John Russell, of Chippinghani, 
Esq., his Heirs and Assigns for ever." — Act of Settlement, p. 123. 

Fanning. Geoffry, of Ballingarry. 

Fitzgerald, John, a/Uif Fitzgerald, of Inishaioore, comnioidy called '' The Knight of 
Kerry." 

Magill, Captain John, of the county Down. 



COMMONWEALTH RECORDS. 



233 



4.— CATALOGUE OF THE COMMONWEALTH EECORDS 

111 Irdaiul. 

The following Manuscript Volumes"'' of the Cromwellian period, wliicli 
we consulted in relation to our subject, may be seen in the Public Eecord 
Office, the Four Courts, Dublin, For greater reference' sake we have 
arranged them in alphabetical order ; and given the Public Eecord Office 
present Marking on each Volume, with our own Kunning Number. 



so 

Siz; 




Present 








Title of the Volume. 


Marking 
in 


Commencing. 


Ending. 


5 




Record Office. 








1 


Accounts of Soldiers stated singly, 


I.E. 10.116 


1654 


_ 


2 


Civil List, ..... 


100 


— 




— 


3 


Do 


114 i 1654 


— 


4 


Do. . . . . 


101 ' 17 Dec, 


1656 


20Apl., 1657 


5 


Commissions and Instructions, 


108, 4 Oct., 


1650 


16 Nov., 1657 


6 


Do. do. . . . 


107 ' 17 Nov., 


1654 


12 Nov., 1658 


7 


Compositions for Lands of Delin-(^ 
quent Protestants, . . i 


124 j 5 Feb., 


1655 


17 Jan., 1659 


8 


Domestic Correspondence, 


132 f 24 June, 


1651 


23 Feb., 1652 


9 


Do. do. 


13.S i 1 Mar., 


1652 


6 Sept., 1654 


10 


Establishment for 1655: Judges,) 
etc. Ministers' and Pensioners' y 










103 1657 




1658 




Allowances, . . . ) 


i 






11 


Examinations, Delinquent Pro-| 
prietors. Precinct of Athlone, > 


1 13 i Ifio'l 








) 1 J. JL t* 1 X\JtJ~ 






12 


Forfeiting Proprietors, Listed ;l 
Various Counties . . • ) 


„ 115 1657 




— 


13 


General Orders, .... 


87 [13 Sept., 


16M 


23 Feb., \C^ofi 


14 


Grants of Land 


112' 4 Aug, 


1656 


26 Apl. 1658 


15 


Issues of Money, .... 


lis , 19 Aug., 


1651 


22 July. 1652 


IG 


Do. .... 


119! 1^ July, 


1652 


22 Nov.. 1653 


17 


Do. .... 


83 1 19 Oct., 


1653 


13 Feb., 1656 


18 


Do. .... 


84 ; 18 Feb., 


1656 


31 Dec, 1656 


19 


Letters from the Lord Protector, ) 


i 








Council of State, or Parliament > 


109 22 Aug., 


1654 


— 




of England, . . . ) 










20 


Letters from the Parliament off 
England and Council of State, \ 


110 


9 May, 


1659 


11 Oct., 1659 


21 


Letters of the Lord Deputy and^ 
Council, . . . . > 


HI 14 Sept., 


16.54 


8 Nov., 1659 


22 


Mallow Proceedings, 


122 


22 July, 


1656 


29 Sept., 1656 


23 


Ministers of the Gospel : Appoint- > 
ments. Salaries, etc., . . \ 


134 


23 Jan., 


1658 


9 Dec, 1659 


24 


Money Issues out of Tithe Revenue, 


106 


14 July, 


1657 


7 June, 1661 


25 


Money Orders, .... 


105 


20 July, 


1657 


27 Dec, 1658 



* Volumes : In his Eeport dated 14th March, 1882, Sir Samuel Ferguson mentions 
these Volumes in the '• Catalogue of the Books of the Commonwealth "; commencing 
at page 22 of the "Appendix to Fourteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the 
Public Records in Ireland." 



234 



APPENDIX. 



Catalogue of the Commonwealth Eecords — continued. 



a 1 


Present 








s 6 


Title of the Volume. 


Marking 
in 


Commencing. 


Ending. 






Record Office. 








26 


Orders, ..... 


LE. 10.125 


3 Feb., 


1651 


24 Mar., 1653 


27 


Do 


117 


17 June, 


1651 


3 Nov., 1652 


28 


Do 


127 


3 Mar., 


1653 


19 Dec, 1653 


29 


Do 


88 


24 Nov., 


1654 


28 May, 1655 


30 


Do 


' ,, 89 


19 Feb., 


1655 


19 June, 1655 


31 


Do 


i „ 99 


22 June, 


1659 


12 Dec, 1659 


32 


Orders for Lands,* 


1 „ 124 


15 Feb., 


1653 


18Apl., 1659 


33 


Orders for Money, 


102 


2 June, 


1656 


13 Apl., 1658 


34 


Do. do. 


104 


19 Dec, 


1656 


22 July, 1657 


35 


Orders of Lord Deputy andf 
Council, . . . . ) 


92 


13 Sept. 


1654 


9 May, 1657 


36 


Original Minute Book of Colonel) 
Herbert, Clerk of the Couiicil, i 


121 


28 Sept., 


1654 


26 Oct., 1655 


37 


Do. do. do. 


130 


23 Dec, 


1653 


19 Nov., 1658 


38 


Do. do. do. 


135 


22 Sept., 


1654 


11 July, 1655 


39 


Do. do. do. 


131 


13 Aug., 


1655 


18 May, 1659 


40 


Pensions Granted to Soldiers' | 
Wives and Orphans, . k 


120 

1 


19 Aug., 


1651 


2 Nov., 1653 


41 Persons Subscribing the Engage-] 


1 










ment. County of Roscommon) 


■': „ 138 


25 Nov., 


1652 


19 Jan., 1653 




and Town of Athlone, . J 










42 


References of Petitions, 


i „ 86 


15 Sept., 


1651 


10 May, 1655 


43 


Do. do. 


1 „ 93 


13 May, 


1656 


20 Mar., 1657 


44 


Do. do. 


94 


1 May, 


1656 


1 July, 1657 


45 


Do. do. 


95 


7 July, 


1657 


24 June, 1658 


46 


Do. do. 


96 


12 Feb., 


]65S 


20 May, 1659 


47 


Do. do. 


97 


1 June, 


1658 


23 May, 1659 


48 


Do. do. 


98 


22 ApL, 


1659 


12 Dec, 1659 


49 


Do. do. 


, ,, 129 


15 Jan., 


1656 


•2 May, 1656 


50 


References of Petitions and Orders 


128 


19 Dec, 


1653 


8 Sept., 1654 


51 


Do. do. do. 


126 23 Mar., 


1653 


1 Feb., 1654 


52 


References of Petitions, 


,, 85 1 July, 


1654 


11 Sept., 1654 


53 


Do. do. 


91 15 June, 


1655 


15 Jan., 1656 


54 


Rent Roll of Lands, &c., belonging] 
to His Highness and the Com- , 










- ,, 137 


165" 


' 


16.58 


1 mouwealth, . . . ] 










55 


Roman Catholic Inhabitants of] 












County Cork ; Names and Resi- > 


- ,, 136 


1654 


1655 




dences, .... J 










5Q 


Transplanters' Certificates ;* Pre- 1 
cinct of Limerick, . . ) 


123 

1 


19&20Decl653 


1654 



* Lands: The Volumes above mentioned having the Running Numbers 7, and 32, 
and whose Titles are, respectively, "Compositions for Lands of Delinquent Protes- 
tants," and "Orders for Lands," are under one cover, and Marked in the Public 
Record Office, "I.E. 10. 124." 

*Cert[fioiles : Besides this Volume of "Transplanters" Certificates" there are 
deposited in the Public Record Office, Dublin, two other Vols, of " Persons Trans- 
planted, 1653-1654," respectively marked I.C. 8c 126, and I.C. 8c. 127: the former 
(I.e. Sc 126) contains the Entries of Persons' names to whom Certificates were 
granted in the following counties, namely : — 1. Limerick, 2. Tipperary, 3. Waterford, 
4. Cork, 5. Kerry ; and the latter (I.C. 8c. 127) contains the Entries of Persons' names 
to Avhoni Certificates were granted in the following counties, namely : — 1. King's 
County. 2. Wcstmeath, 3. Meath, 4. Louth, 5. Dublin, 6. Wexford, 7. Kilkenny, 
8. Queen's County, 9. Kildare, 10. Catherlogh (or Carlow). 



SUMMARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH RECORDS. 235 

5._SUMMAKY OF THE COMMONWEALTH KECOEDS 

Meiitioncd in the foregoing Catalogue. 

For the compilation of tins Summary we are greatly indebted to the 
"Appendix to Fourteenth Eeport of the Deputy Keeper of the Public 
Becords in Ireland." Commencing with our Kunning Number* 1, in 
our arrangement of the List of Books of the Commonwealth (see preceding 
Paper No. 4. in this Appendix), the following is a brief summary of the 
Books in that Catalogue. 

1. — Accounts of Soldiers stated singly. — The Debt of the Kegiment and 
Company was furnished to the Officers commissioned to set out Lands 
for satisfying the disbanded forces. On the other hand the Debt due to 
each man was stated by other Commissioners. The following is a copy 
of the fiirst entry in this (No. 1) Volume : 

"William Andrews — 

" A private soldier iu Captain Gale's Company in Coll. Hewson's Eegiment and 
in Major Brayfield's and Major Rawlins's Company in Coll. Axtell's Regt. of Foote, 
from the 27 August, 1649, to the 12 of June, 1653. 
" No arrears due till the 29th of November, 1649. 

If.T' Ul4 5s. 4^d. 
14 dayes, J ^ 

"To Josiah Pettett, Attorney in the behalf of y« said William Andrews." 

" Arthur Annesley, Esq., Attorney, in behalfe of Thos. Baker and Ann Baker, his 
wife, alias Anne Cooke, administratrix of her late husband. Coll. George Cooke, as by 
the Administration granted at Dublin y« 22 of May, 1652." 

In very many cases the Officer is made the Attorney, having bought 
up the private soldier's arrears. 

2. — Civil List. — This Volume begins with lists of names and salaries 
of the Council, and of the Clerks and Messengers attendant on the 
Council ; Commissioners General of the Kevenue ; Clerks, etc., of the 
Officers appointed to report upon petitions ; Surveyor- General's Office ; 
Commissioners at Loughrea for setting out lands to the transplanted iu 
Connaught. 

Commissioners at Loughrea for setting out lands to the Irish in 
Connaught : 

Colonell William Edwards... 

Charles Holcroft ... 

James Shane 

Henry Greenoway 

Stephen Squibb ... ... ... ... • . 

James Cuffe, Commissioner and Secretary ; with six Clerks, 

Messenger, and Doorkeeper ... ... ... ... 156 

*Riundng Number: In this Summary we give, for brevity' sake, only our own 
Running Number of each Volume, in the foregoing Catalogue ; but the " Present 
Marking" of the same Volume l)y which it is known in the Public Pecord Office, is 
also given in the Catalogue. For instance : our Running Number 1 is marked in the 
Public Record Office, I.E. 10, 116. 



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Dr. Henry Jones' salary for compiling Narrative of the Bebellion, 
and his Clerk; Ministers of the Gospel, Schoolmasters, etc., within the 
fifteen Eeveuue Precincts of Dublin, Trim, Athy, Kilkenny, Wexford, 
Waterford, Cloumel, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Galway, Athlone, Belfast, 
Belturbet, Derry. 

The Officers attending the Commissioners for adjudging the claims 
and qualifications of the Irish at Athlone : 

£ s. d. 
John Cooke, Es(j. ... ... ... ... ... ... — 

John San thy, Esq. 

John Dobson 

William Ffranckland 

John Gay 

Thomas Ffowles, Esq., Council for the Commonwealth 

Henry Jerrers, Clerk to hiin 

Tobias Wickham, ( Councellors for reporting, \ 

Enoch Golborne, \ £150 per annum each / 

Vols. 3 and 4 are also Civil Lints. 

5. — Commissions and Instructions. — Cromwell landed in Ireland on 
15th August, 1649, and quitted it about 30th of May, 1650. By Patent 
dated 29th May, 1650, he made Ireton Deputy. Commissioners were 
now joined with Cromwell and Ireton ; and in this Volume (5) are 
Instructions, dated 4th October, 1650, from the Parliament to Edmund 
Ludlow, Miles Corbett, and John Weaver, Commissioners for the Parlia- 
ment for Ireland, to be carried out with the advice of Oliver Cromwell, 
Lieutenant-General and General Governor of Ireland, and Henry Ireton, 
Deputy-General of Ireland, or one of them. 

Ireton died of the plague soon after the surrender of Limerick, on 
the 26th of Nov., 1650. 

About June, 1652, Cromwell's commission as Lord Lieutenant of 
Ireland expired, and, as there was no longer a Lord Lieutenant, it was 
resolved by Parliament there should be no Deputy, but Commit-sioners. 
On the 24th of August, 1652, are Instructions (from the Parliament) 
for Oliver Cromwell, Captain-General, and the three former Com- 
missioners, with John Jones added, or to any three or more of them. 

On the 27th of August, 1654, are Instructions from Oliver, Protector, 
'' with the advice of our Council to our right trusty, etc., Charles 
Fleetwood, ''= and to those hereby nominated of our Council with our 
Deputy." Commission for three years and no longer. And Colonel 
Robert Hammond, Richard Pepys, William Steele, Serjeant-at-Law and 
Recorder of London ; Miles Corbet, Robert Goodwin, and Mathew 
Thomlinson, are named of the Council. 

On the 25tli December, 1654, the Lord Henry Cromwell is made one 
of the Council. And on the 4th of August, 1656, William Bury, of 
Grantham, " in our county of Lincoln," Esq., is added. 

On the 16th November, 1657, Henry Cromwell was appointed Deputy, 

* Fleetwood: See a letter headed "Oliver, P.," to Fleetwood, addressed " Dear 
Charles " (in favour of Colonel John Grace and Grace Coppinger), and subscribed 
"Your loving Father" (Vol, 20, p. G8). Fleetwood had married Ireton's widow, 
who was the Lord Protector's daughter. 



SUMMARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH RECORDS. 237 

and on the same day are Instructions of "Oliver, Protector," to " our 
dearly beloved sonue Henry Cromwell, our Deputy of Ireland, and to the 
Council," viz., William Steele, Chancellor ; Richard Pepys, Chief Justice 
of the Upper Bench ; Miles Corbett, Chief Baron ; Mathew Tomliuson, 
and William Bury, Esq. 

On the 6th November, 1658, Henry Cromwell was appointed Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, for three years, by his brother Eichard, Lord 
Protector. 

6. — Commissions and Instructions. — In this Volume appear the following : 
21st of March, 1655, Lists of Justices of the Peace in the thirty-two 
counties. 19th March, 1655, Commission erecting a Court to try " such 
as transplant not." Like Commission directed to the fifteen Revenue 
Precincts, to the Commander-in-Chief in each of them, and to the 
Justices of the Peace or any seven of them. Private Instructions to the 
Commissioners not to put anyone to death for not Transplanting, 
without reference to the Lord Deputy and Council. 19th March, 1655, 
Dr. Philip Carteret made Advocate-General of the Army, to act for the 
Commonwealth in prosecuting " such as transplant not." Civil List for 
1656. Various appointments. 11th Dec, 1654, Hospital for Sick and 
Wounded Soldiers. 6th January, 1655, Commission for examining into 
the individual merits of those who betrayed the Munster forts and 
garrisons to Cromwell. Order for no quarter to Tories. 25th Dec, 
1654, Dr. Henry Jones and Dr. John Harding, Commissioners to find out 
lands, etc, of the late Archbishops, Bishops, Deans and Chapters. 28th 
Dec, 1654, Commission and Instructions to the Commissioners to try 
claims and qualifications of the Irish at Athlone. Commissions to 
Judges of Assize. 16th June, 1655, Commission to the Loughrea Com- 
missioners for setting out lands in Connaught, to the Irish, pursuant to 
the Decrees of Athlone. Instru(3tions to the Loughrea Commissioners. 
3rd March, 1656, Further Instructions. 18th June, 1656, Commission 
to Justice John Cooke to try the Qualifications of the Irish of Cork, 
Youghal, and Kinsale, who were aiding towards the admission of 
Sir W. St. Leger, President of Munster, into those towns in the first year 
of the Rebellion (in 1641), in order to preserve them from falling into the 
hands of the Irish " Rebels." 

7. — Compositions for Lands of Delinquent Protestants : — The first 316 pages 
of this Volume refer to the setting out of Lands, principally in pursuance 
of Orders of Parliament to particular persons. But there are also orders 
for Lands to disbanded Regiments, etc After page 816 begins a new 
paging for compounding Protestant proprietors. 

Among other grants of lands in pursuance of Orders of Parliament is 
the following : To Sir Charles Coote, pursuant to orders of 10th August, 

1649, and 5th December, 1650, granting him £500 a year in lands, the 
Manor of Gormanstown, the estate of Nicholas Lord Gormaustown, a 
rebel, attainted. To the same, for £1,200 a year ordered by Parliament 
on the 22nd March, 1653, the estate of Lord Brittas and others were set 
out. Similar orders were issued, as follows : 10 July, 1658, to Dr. Henry 
Jones for £200 a year, by order of Parliament. To the same, 5 Dec, 

1650, Dunganstown, commonly called Dungan's Hill, the estate of Gerald 
Lynch. Also, to the same, Agher Palace and the estate of George Geruon 



238 APPENDIX. 

and various others. To Lord Deputy Ireton for his arrears, Lord Mount- 
garret's Castle and Manor of Ballyragget, co. Kilkenny. To John 
Blackwell, 3rd Feb. and 13th March, 1654, the Manors' of Clontarf, 
Templeogue, Terenure, Kimraage, and Crumlin, all in the co. Dublin. 
To Colonel Hewson, Governor of Dublin, 18th July, 1654, Luttrellstown, 
for his arrears. To Sir Theophilus Jones, 11th August, 1654, Lucan, 
the Estate of Sarsfield. To the children of Sir Charles Coote, deceased 
(viz., C. Coote, Bart. ; Colonel Chidley Coote, Colonel Richard and Colonel 
Thomas Coote), 28th Oct., 1654, Florence Fitzpatrick's Estate in the 
Queen's County. 

Among the Compositions of Delinquent Protestants, Lord Viscount 
Moore compounded for his estate, valued at £4,078 per annum, for £6,973. 
Lord Clandeboy, valued at £4,717, for £9,455. Sir Henry O'Neill, valued 
at £564, for £1,400. Eliza Dowdall, widow, valued at £825, for £768. 
Teige O'llara, valued at £269, for £633. Sir George Herbert, valued at 
£347, for £658. 

8. — Domestic Corre-'ijwndenre. — This and Vols. 9 and 21 seem complete 
for the whole period of the Commonwealth rule in Ireland.. 

10. — Estahlhlimcnt for 1655. Judges, etc. Ministers' and Pensioners' 
Allowances. 

11. — Examination concerning Delinguent Proprietors of the Precinct of 
Athlone. — This Volume commences with a letter (dated 6th December, 
1653) of Charles Fleetwood, Edmund Ludlow, John Jones, and Miles 
Corbett, to Lt.-Col. Alex. Brayfield, with a commission for examining 
witnesses against the Proprietors within his (Colonel Brayfield's) Precinct. 
Then follows the Commission (dated 17th Nov., 1653) to Alexander 
Brayfield, John Desborough, Rd. Coote, Robert Ormsby, Theoph. Jones, - 
and George Southcott to take examinations touching the delinquency of 
Irish and other Proprietors in order to distinguish their qualifications 
according to the late Act for settling Ireland, According to this Act 
there were Eight Qualifications or Degrees of Delinquency whereby the 
Transplanted were to receive a larger or smaller equivalent in Connaught 
for the lands lost by their delinquency. Thirteen Interrogatories 
accompanied the Commission. The evidence was to be returned to 
Dublin close sealed up. The conduct of 363 Proprietors within this 
Precinct was questioned : the names show them to have been generally 
Irish ; but Sir Charles Coote. President of Connaught, was included as 
well as George Crofton of the Mote. The first examinations were in 
regard to the demeanour and actings of Anthony Brabazon, of Bally- 
naslowe, in the Co. Roscommon, and are as follows : — 

Owen Kelly, of Cryagh in the Co. Eoscommon, Gent., aged 40 years 
or thereabouts, being duly sworn and examined, saitli that he knew and 
was well acquainted with the said Anthony Brabazon. 

1. — And, to the first luterrog^, the examinaut deposeth on oath that 
the said Anthony Brabazon lived in Ireland in the first year of the Kebellion 
(and ever since till the last summer) at Ballynaslowe, which was then 
and since the enemies' quarter till it was reduced into the Parliament's 
quarters to the garrison of Athlone, Castlecoote or Eoscommon, which 
said garrisons were not above ten or twelve miles distant from Bally- 
naslowe aforesaid, and that Captain Eichard St. George, an English 



SUMMARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH RECORDS. 239 

Protestant, who lived near the said Athony, was forced in the said first 
year to remove into the garrison of Athlone. 

2. — To the second Interrog^-, the examinant doth not depose but 
that the said Anthony kept to the defence of his own house of Ballynaslowe 
in opposition to the Enghsb, and never resided in the English quarters 
until his submission. 

3. — To the third Interrog''-, the examinant deposeth and saith that in 
the beginning of the said first year of the Eebellion, the said Anthony 
raised a company of foot from the rebels and had the command of them 
as Captain, and with them opposed the English in a hostile manner, 
doing as much prejudice and injury to them as he could. 

4. — To the fourth Interrog^'-, this examinant saith he doth not know 
whether the said Anthony had any hand in contriving of the Rebellion 
or not, but deposeth that the said Anthony aided and abetted the 
Rebellion in Ireland in the beginning of the first year, and this exami- 
nant credibly heard that the soldiers under the command of the said 
Anthony did kill and rob several of the English in the said first year, 
and that the said Anthony, with his company, joined with Bryan Kelly 
MacKedagh, at the siege of the Castle of Athlone, in the said first year, 
and with a troope of horse afc the siege of Castle Coote, which was 
garrisoned by the English in the year 1642, and that the said Anthony 
in the said first year, plundered and robbed Captain St. George, who 
then lived near him, of all his goods, and burned his house of Tullogh, 
in the Half Barony of Moycarnan. 

5. — To the fifth, saith he credibly heard and believeth that the said 
Anthony was at many public meetings of the Irish in order to the 
promoting of the Rebellion, and principally at the meeting of the 
Provincial Council, of Ballinrobe, Galway, and Tuam, and such other 
places where they did sit. 

6. — To the sixth Interrog^-, saith not otherwise as formerly in the first 
Interrogatory. 

7. — To the seventh Interrog^-, saith he credibly heard that the said 
Anthony hath taken the Oath of Association. 

8. — To the eighth Interrog''-, knoweth not that the said Anthony did 
treat or negociate with any foreign State or Prince, but saith the Pope's 
Nuncio lay at his house at Ballynaslowe. 

9. — To the ninth Interrog'' , that the said Anthony was a Captain of 
Foot in the said first year, and Governor of Ballynaslowe for the rebels, 
whereof he so continued until it was reduced by Lieutenant-General 
Ludlow, and that in the second year of the Rebellion he was Captain of 
Horse for the rebels, and kept the same until they were reduced as 
aforesaid. 

10. — To the tenth, &c., this examinant doth not depose. 

11. — To the eleventh, &c., saith that Captain Eichard St. George lived 
within three miles of the said Anthony, upon lands which the Bishop 
recovered from the said Anthony's father, unto which the said Anthony 
laid claim, upon which lands Captain St. George was plundered and 
pillaged by Anthony Brabazon as aforesaid in the first year. 

12. — To the twelfth, &c., saith he hath credibly heard that the said 
Anthony and his men possessed themselves of the goods of Captain 



240 APPENDIX. 

Eichard St. George and other Euglisli (by no other authority than his 
own that this deponent knoweth of), and converted them to his own use. 

13. — To the thirteenth, &c., saith that one ColHns, an Enghshman, 
was murdered by the said Anthony or his men, which is generally known 
to all the whole country, and that none of the murderers or actors were 
brought to justice, but on the contrary were sheltered, received, 
countenanced, maintained and entertained by the said Anthony after 
the said murder. 

Cause of knowledge of the truth of the particulars whereunto exam- 
inant hath deposed as aforesaid is that in that the said first year of the 
Rebellion he did live within half a mile of the said Anthony and doth 
now reside there, that he is well acquainted with all passages and pro- 
ceedings in the country, and doth believe that what he hath deposed and 
said is true. 

WILL. HEYDON. (Seal). 

This appears to be the only Book on this subject that remains of those 
taken in all the fifteen Precincts. 

12. — Foifcitiiitj I'mprittors^ Lhted ; Various Counties!. — These lists 
contain very nearly the same names as appear in the Down Survey. 
They are prefaced by a letter to the Council, dated 27 January, 1G56, 
signed "Christopher Gough," excusing the imperfections of his return, 
which by order of 14 October, 1655, was (as he states) to contain the 
names, abodes, and additions of title of all forfeiting proprietors or of 
persons having claims to the Lands returned in the Civil Survey, or 
otherwise extant upon record. This he could not do because in many 
instances it was not stated in the Survey whether those forfeiting were 
Eoman Catholics or Protestants, nor did it denote what lands had been 
excepted from being set out to the adventurers and soldiers. 

But he had made a note in his return against the name of such 
persons ; nor did it, as he further states, appear by the Civil Survey 
what Roman Catholics had proved constant good affection, or what 
Protestants had compounded for their estates. — See the Paper next, 
infra, for the names of the '' Forfeiting Proprietors," etc., given in this 
(No. 12) Volume of the Commonwealth Records. 

13. — General Orlers. — These order Books overlap the same period of 
time in many instances. This may have occurred from Petitions as a 
rule being heard on one day, and the reports upon such as were referred 
to the Committee appointed to report upon them being heard on another 
day, according to the following Minute : 

"21Jime, 1651. 
" Petitions. 

" That Thursdays in every week in the afternoon be appointed to hear petitions, 
and that Fridays in the afternoon in each week be aj^pointed to hear reports upon 
petition. 

" That the Attorney-General and Mr. Parker do peruse all petitions before the 
same be presented to the Commissioners, to the end that such of them as are not 
proper for the Commissioners to determine be returned without further trouble to the 
Commissioners." 

But at every meeting of the Council there were other orders made 
besides those upon petitions, so that it is not easy to distinguish the 



SUMMARY OF THK COI\IMON\YEALTH RECORDS. 241 

difference of the several Order Books. Oue can scarce fail to observe the 
regularity and completeness of the entries ; but it is to be regretted that 
the Petitions themselves with all the particulars they contained, most of 
them unnoticed in the Orders and Entries, are not forthcoming. There 
are probably no books in any other country containing such extraordinary 
details, being no less than such as arise from the displanting of one people 
and the implanting of another. 

14. — Grants of Land. — This Volume contains for the most part 
Fiants, or Forms of Patents, prepared for the approval of the Lord 
Lieutenant or Deputy. Here they are all expressed to be made by order 
of the Lord Protector, 9th January, 1657. Lands of £600 a year, 
ordered by Parliament, for Colonel Robert Hammond by two orders in 

1648, and by another order for same £400 a year value of 9th July, 

1649, are by orders of the Lord Deputy and Council to be satisfied by 
Rickenhore, Saweerstown, Great Beallingstown and others of 1,994 acres 
Irish measure. 

Lord Broghill to have the Manor of Blarney, returned at 9,049 acres, 
English measure, worth, in a.d. 1641, £793 16s. Od. per ann. : Also the 
Manor of Kilcree, 1,000 acres : Also the Abbey and Mills, 83 acres : 
Also Killecholly and other lands 566 acres : 16th Feb., 1657, Colonel 
Henry Ingoldsby ordered lands about Cleynoe and Cratulo, lying in the 
Clare Co., adjacent to Limerick, to satisfy £2,544 arrears of pay due. 

Orders to W. Basill, Attorney-General, in pursuance of the Lord 
Protector's Order to prepare a Fiant of a Lease of the Fishing of Lough 
Neagh, and of the Baun as far as Toome, in the co. of Antrim to Sir John 
Clotworthy, for 99 years, from 13 May, 1656, on certain rent and conditions. 
10th March, 1657, like order for a Fiant confirming Sir Charles Coote's 
purchases from the Transplanted Irish in Conuaught. 

15. — Issues of Money. — This and Volume 26 contain Warrants to the 
Treasurers of the Kevenue at Dubhn, Trim, Cork, and elsewhere to pay. 

17. — Tsmes of Monc]i. — Warrants signed by Lord Deputy Fleetwood 
and the Council to Mr. James Standish, Receiver- General at Dublin, to 
pay the several officers of the Establishment, besides extraordinary 
payments out of an Emergency fund. 

18. — Issues of Moneij. — Like No. 15. 

19. — Letters of the Lord Protector and Council of State, or from the 
Parliament of England. — This Volume contains Letters to the Governors 
of Ireland in favour of particular persons. 

20. — Letters from the Parliament of EngJa)id and Council of State. — 
Oliver Cromwell died 4th September, 1658. On 6th May, 'l659, the 
Officers of the Army invited the Members of the Parliament of 1641, who 
had continued to sit since the year 1648 until 20th August, 1653, to 
resume their sitting, being resolved, according to their Declaration, to 
establish the Commonwealth " upon a foundation without a single 
person, Kingship, or House of Peers " (pp. 1 and 2). This was the 
recall of " The Rump," or that part of the Parliament, which, after 
Colonel Pride's purge (which ejected five sixths of the original members, 
thus fitting it to try and execute the King), was in 1653 turned out of 
doors by Cromwell. 

On the 7th of June, 1659, it was resolved that the Government of 



242 APPENDIX. 

Ireland should be by Commissioners named by Parliament, and not by 
any one person. It was further ordered that Henry Cromwell should 
come over to give an account of Ireland. 

On the 7th July, 1659, an Act of Parliament was passed appointing 
Colonel John Jones, William Steele, Robert Goodwin, Mathew Tomlinson, 
and Miles Corbett, Commissioners of Parliament for the Goverment of 
Ireland. 

This Volume (No. 20) also contains Richard Cromwell's submissive 
acquiescence in the Parliament's order to him to quit Whitehall, and on 
the 25th of August, 1659, the Parliament's acceptance of his resignation, 
bidding him " dispose of himself as his private occasions shall require." 

In January, 1060, Roger Lord Broghill, Sir Charles Coote, and 
Major William Bury became acting Commissioners [Liber Mimerum, 
vol. I., Part II., p. 8. 

21. — Letters of the Lord Deputy and Council. 

22 — Mallow Proceedings : or, "Proceedings at Mallow of the Commis- 
sioners of Clainis and Qualifications of the Irish lately sitting at Athlone, 
concerning the demeanour and actings of the Irish Inhabitants who 
formerly inhabited Cork, Mallow, Youghal, and Kinsale, in the first year 
of the Rebellion (1641)." 

For the names and salaries of the Commissioners and Officers of this 
Court (being the Athlone Commissioners), see supra Volume No. 2 : 
" Civil List." The allegations of the former inhabitants of Cork, Mallow, 
Youghal, and Kinsale that they joined the English inhabitants in 
defending the towns against the Irish rebels, and admitted the forces of 
Sir William St. Leger, President of Munster : all of which they proved. 
But as they had continued to reside in these towns, during Lord 
Inchiquin's relapse from the Commonwealth to the King in 1648, the 
Commissioners reported that they had " not adjudged constant good 
affection to any" (which alone saved from Transplantation), "but the 
law will be clear for them to have two parts in Connaught" (Letter of 
the Commissioners to the Lord Deputy and Council. Letter from the 
Lord Protector to Lord Deputy Fleetwood, dated Whitehall, 10 May, 1665, 
commencing — " Deare Charles," in favour of James Barry of Ballymac- 
shanree, in the Great Island, co. of Cork (see Certificate of Colonel 
Alexander Piggott and others, 10th June, 1654), concludes thus : 

" Indeed I have been affected with a sense of his distressed condition, and 
therefore pray do not forget to take some coi;rse for his relief. 

' ' Your loving father, 

OLIVER, P." 

At the end of this Vol. (No. 22) also is a full report of the case of the 
Lady Thurles, mother of the Marquis of Ormonde, 13 August, 1656. 

23. — Ministers of the Gospel, etc. — This Volume begins with an 
Establishment or Civil List, dated 23 January, 1058. Then follow the 
appointments of Wine Licensers, under the Great Seal, at salaries of 
£600 per annum ; Appointment of Ministers of the Gospel. Report of 
Thomas Harrison and Claudius Gilbert (in the name and by the appoint- 
ment of the Ministers assembled by authority at Dublin), on scandalous 
Ministers, and as to what changes should he made ot the districts of 
others, 



SUMMARY OF TIIF. COMMONnVEALTH RECORDS. 2-13 

There are intermixed a few orders for pensions made on petitions. 

24. — Money Issues out of Tithe Revenue. — The Warrants for payment of 
the Civil List end at p. 196 of this (No. 24) Vokime. On the 7th 
December, 1G59, is the last warrant of the Commissioners of tlie 
Commonwealth, signed John Jones, Miles Corbett, Mathew Tomlinson ; 
and on the 10th April, 1660, is the first of the Orders, signed Broghill, 
C. Coote, and W. Bury. Annexed are specimens of these warrants : 

"Ordered — That James Mortimer, Esq., Serjeant-at-Arms, do, out of the 
contingent moneys now remaining in his hands, issue forth and pay unto Edmund 
Sexton, a Foot Post, the sum of seven pounds for and in consideration of several 
journeys he hath made to Cork, Galway, and several other places from this Board 
with publique pacquetts, and more especially with a pacquett from Athlone delivered 
to him by His Excellency the Lord Henry Cromwell, directed to this Board, which 
required him for expedition to travel both night and daj' ; and for the said Sei'jeant's 
payment thereof tliis and the said Edmund's receipt shall be a warrant. Council 
Chamber at Dublin, 14th of Nov., 1656. (Signed) W. Steele, Cane; Richard Pepys, 
Miles Corbett, Math. Thomlinson, William Bury." 

" Henry Cromwell — 

" Upon reading the petition of Richard Carney, Esq., principal Herald att Arms 
within this nation, setting forth that ttie Petitioner obtained an order, dated the 27th 
of July last, from Colonel Herbert for the payment of the sum of £47 lUs. Od. unto 
him by Mr. John Frost to defray the charge he was att in y° solemnity used at y^ 
Proclamation of his Higness within this Cittie (of Dublin) in the month of July, and 
that he received thereout only the sum of £51, by reason that the said Mr. Frost had 
no more publique money in his hands to discharge tlie same ; upon which account the 
petitioner is as yet unpaid the remaining sum of £20 10s. Od., which he is duly called 
for by the merchant to whom he owes it. Upon consideration thereof, etc., ordered 
that he be paid the same. S March, 1657, (Signed) W. Steele, Cane; R. Pepys, Miles 
Corbett, Math. Thomlinson, W. Bury. 

" For as much as itt is apprehended to be a publique concernment that y^ Society 
of y' Inns of Court in Dublin do receive due encouragement and be putt into some 
capacity for their meeting and being together, and for that the same cannot well be 
without some repairs and other fitt accommodations first had and prepared, which 
for the present by reason of the late rebellion they are nowise capable of themselves to 
effect. It is therefore ordered (for this tyme) that (over and above y" £100, received 
by an order of the 26th December last) James Standish do issue forth and pay unto 
Mr. Randolph Beckett the sum of £100 to be by him disbursed as Su' John Temple, Knt., 
Master of the Rolls, Treasurer to the said society shall order his liand for the purpose 
aforesaid, etc., 4th May, 1857." 

" Henry Cromwell. 

"Whereas it appeareth by the certificate of Sir Charles Coote, Knight and 
Baronet, Lord President of Con naught, that Thomas Graves, Town Clerk of Galway, 
the loth of September last being a horseback in y*^ said town at y^ proclaiming of his 
Highness y^ Lord Richard Cromwell, Lord Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland, 
att y* firing of the ordnance his horse started and threw him down, by which means 
one of his arms is break, to the great detriment of himself, wife, three .small children 
and y' rest of his family whose livelihood (under God) chiefly depended on his 
practize. Ordered that James Standish, Esq., do, etc., pay him Ten pounds towards 
defraying the charge he may be putt to for phj^sick or medicines in his recovery. 
4th November, 1658, W. Steele, Cane. ; Richard Pepys, Miles Corbett, Mw. 
Thomlinson, Wm. Bury." 

25. — Money Orders. — Like Vol. No. 17. 

26. — Orders. — For the nature of this Volume and Volumes 27, 28, 29, 
30, and 31, see No. 13. 

S2,— Orders for Lands.— ^ee Vol. No. 7, 



244 APPENDIX. 

33. — Orders for Money.— Yov the nature of the contents of this and 
Volume 34, see No. 17. 

35. — Orders of Lord Deputy and Council. — See Vol. No. 13. 

36. — Original Minute Book of Colonel Herbert, etc. — This Minute Book 
and Volumes No. 37, 38, and 39, with the original petitions, enahled 
those employed on the business of the Council to make more lengthened 
entries of the orders of the Commissioners uj)on each petition. These 
Minutes are in fact the Dominicals of the Orders in the Order Books 
of the Council now in the collection. They show what great capabilities 
Colonel Herbert had for his office. In 1651 and 1652 Colonel Herbert 
was one of the Commissioners-General of the Revenue of Ireland 
(Vol. 27, p. 67). On 23 January, 1652, £50 was granted to Colonel 
Thomas Herbert towards his extraordinary charges in several journeys 
into England upon the publique service (Vol. 15, p. 61) ; 21 Nov., 1652, 
deiOO for like service (Vol. 16); 6 March, 1653-4, £125 to Colonel Thomas 
Herbert, beiug one half-year's salary as Eegister of the Accounts of 
y« soldiers arrears (Vol. 16). Before Colonel Herbert was appointed 
Secretary of the Council, Benjamin Worsley would seem to have held 
that office. In January and February, 1653, is found Worsley's signa- 
ture to Orders of the Council (Vol. 26, pp. 551, 655); 20 March, 1652-3, 
is an order for £200 to be paid to Benjamin Worsley as Secretary to the 
Commissioners of Parliament (VoL 16, p. 255). Mr. John Hughes was 
assistant secretary: Thus, 27 October, 1651, order for £39 10s. Od. for 
Mr. John Hughes, secretary, assistant to the Commissioner of Par- 
liament (Vol. 15, p. 39) ; 13 October, 1651, ordered, that all petitions be 
endorsed with the date of their being received by the Chief Secretary 
(Vol. 27, p. 38) ; 16 September, 1652, order for £20 to John Hughes to 
furnish himself with necessaries for his journey with the Commissioners 
to Kilkenny (Vol. 16, p. 45). Mr. Hughes's initials to the orders may 
easily be confounded with Col. T. Herbert's. The "J. H." and " T. H." 
are nearly alike (Vol. 26, pp. 501, 690, 715). 

In 1651, 1652, and 1653 the orders are generally signed by the 
Commissioners : Only occasionally by the Secretary. Colonel Herbert's 
begin 23rd Dec, 1653 (Vol. 37, p. 1). It was on the 17th August, 1654, 
that the ancient form of Goverment in Ireland was restored, and General 
Charles Fleetwood, Cromwell's son-in-law, was appointed Lord Deputy 
with a Council (Vol. 5, p. 29) ; when of course Colonel Herbert, from 
being Secretary to the Commissioners of Parliament became Clerk of the 
Council. 

40. — Pensions Granted for Widoivs, Soldiers, and Orphans. — The 
following shows the general tenor of the Orders contained in this 
Volume : 

" Upon reading the petition of Joan Richardson, widdow, and the certificate 
thereupon, It appearing that her husband Avas lately slaine in the Parliament service 
neare Dublin, leaving the Petitioner and two small children in a low condition : It is 
therefore ordered that the Treasurer at Dublin, etc., do pay to the said Joan Richardson 
the sum of Five Shilings per week till further ordered. 

"Dublin, 9th September, 1651 " (p. 9). 

41. — Persons Snbscribing the Eiiyayement to be faithful to the Common- 
wealth as established without a King or House of Lords. County oflloscommon, 



SUMMARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH UECORDS. 245 

To an of Athlone. — This Volume is entitled " A Registry of all such 
persons in the County of Roscommon and Town of Athlone as in 
conformity to the Declaration of the Et. Honble. the Commissioners of 
the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, dated y^ 11th of 
October, 1652, upon the Act of Parliament for y^ settling of Ireland, 
voluntarily took and subscribed the Engagement in the said Act and 
Declaration mentioned, viz., to be true and faithfullto y^ Commonwealth 
of England, as the same is established without a Kinge, or House of 
Lords, before Athone, with the places of aboade and condition and 
quality of all such persons and the tyme when they took and subscribed 
the same." 

These entries follow : 

25th November, 1662. 

Sir Lucas Dillon, of Loghlyn, Knt. 
Theobald Dillon, son to the said Sir Lucas. 

26th November. 
Dudly Flyn, of Ballentobber, Gent. 
Marinus Meade, of Roscommon, Gent. 

29th November. 
Allen Povey, of St. John's, Esq. 
Oliver Jones, of Athlone, Esq. 



The Lady Povey, of St. John's. 
Wm. Taylor, of Athlone, Glover. 



3 December. 

4 December. 



Philip Dillon, of the same, Labourer. 

At the end of the Volume is the total of the number of subscribers — 

"4,432." 

"A ti'ue coppie of the originall Registry, examd. by me. 

"A. Barrett, R.E." 
-(p. 180). 

Of the Registries of the fifteen Precincts, this is the only Volume of 
its kind that now remains. 

42. — References of Petitions. — For the nature of this and Volumes 
43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, and 58, see Vol. 26 (supra). 

54.— Bent Noll of Lands, etc., belonging to His Highness and the Common- 
ivealth. — This Volume refers to the " Rental and Lettings of Church and 
Corporate Lands, Houses in Towns, Corporate, Tithes, Tolls, and 
Customs of Fairs and Land Excise belonging to his Highness the Lord 
Protector and the Commonwealth for one year from 1st May, 1657, to 
30th April, 1658." It concerns Westmeath, Longfcrd, King's County, 
Wexford, and part of Wicklow, Kilkenny, Queen's County, Waterford, 
Cork, Tipperary, Down, Antrim, Armagh (and Belfast), Cavau, Monaghan, 
Fermanagh, Mayo, and Galway. 

At the end of the Volume is a Certificate dated 1st September, 1657, 
signed Henry Markham, Vincent Gookin, Ra. King, and Thomas Hooke, 
as follows : — " The totall revenue arising out of the Lands, Houses, 
Impropriate Tithes, Excise, etc., within the Counties of Westmeath, 
Longford, and King's County for the present year ending the last of 
April, 1658, amount to the sum of £1,072 17s. Od., as the same were let 



246 APPENDIX. 

by Lieuteuaut-Colonel Isaac Dobson ; Peter Sterne, Esq. ; and Captain 
Henry Sankey, Commissioners appointed for that purpose. Witness onr 
hands the 1st of September, 1657."— See p. 22 of this (No. 54) Vol. 

The Lands of the Irish were all appropriated to paying the adven- 
turers and soldiers, except four counties — Dublin, Wicklow, Carlow, and 
Cork : these, together with the Church Lands, Impropriate Tithes, and 
Lands and Houses of Corporate Towns, were reserved to the State, and 
were let for the year. Good houses in Kilkenny and Galway, cabins in 
Athlone and elsewhere, are all set out with the tenants' names, and the 
rents reserved. So also of Tithes and Church Lands. 

55. — Roman Catholic Inhabitants of the County of Cork. — This Volume 
contains a List of about 3 0,000 names arranged in Townlands, Parishes, 
and Baronies. No qualifications or distinctions are added, nor is there 
any evidence of the object or purpose of making the List. The names 
(and indeed the very numbers) show that they are principally of the 
common people. 

56. — TranaphDiters' Certificates: Precinct of Liinericli. — The Certificates 
contained in this Volume are in compliance with the Order of the 
14th Oct., 1653, regulating the Transplantation, which Order was as 
follows : 

"And that all persons, who are to transplant themselves, may have competent 
quantities of land assigned them proportionable to their respective stocks." 

They were to make these returns to the Commissioners of the 
Eevenue of their several Precincts, on or before the 20th of December, 
1653, who, on being satisfied with the truth of the return, and that 
contribution had been paid for their crops and cattle, were to deliver to 
each a Certificate, having first entered the same in a special book, and 
on these Certificates the Commissioners of the Precinct of Galway would 
assign them lands for temporary use, competent to their stock of cows, 
sheep, swine, plough oxen, and garrans (horses), until the Commissioners, 
afterwards sent to Athlone, should give them a final settlement in 
Connaught. The following is a specimen of the Transplanters' 
Certificates : 

"Barony of Clanwilliam, co. of Limerick. We, the said Curannssioners, do 
hei'eby certify that William, Lord Baron of Castleconnell, in the co. of Limerick, 
liath, upon the 19th day of Decembei% 1653, in pursuance of a Declaration of the 
Commissioners of the Pai'liament of the Commonwealth of England for the affairs of 
Ireland, bearing date the 14th day of October, 1653, delivered unto us, in writing, 
the names of himself and of such other persons as are to remove with him, with the 
quantities of tlieir stocks and tillage, the contents whereof are as foUowetli : The said 
Lord Baron of Castleconnell, adged twentj'-six years, brown hairc, middle stature ; Ellen, 
his wife, Ladyof Castleconnell, adged twenty-eight years, black haire ; Ellen Koch, adged 
twenty years, flaxen haiie, middle stature ; Edmund Buurke, tenant, adged twenty- 
live years, brown haire, middle stature ; John Punchy, adged thirty years, brown 
haire, middle stature ; William Meade, adged thirty, middle stature ; Teige 
M'Keogh, adged thirty years, middle stature, brown hau'e ; Lawrence Kenny, adged 
thirty years, middle stature, brown hair; Dermod M'Keogh, adged twenty years, 
middle stature, black haire ; Joan ny* Mahony, adged thirty-three years, middle 

* J^^y : This is another form of the Irish Ki, a contraction for " inghean '" (Lat. 
"nata"), a daughter, wliich in Irish was always prefixed to the sirnames of the 
daughters in a family ; as " I\Iac " or "0 " was prefixed to the sirnames of the ■■^ont<. 
or male descendants. 



FORFEITING PROPRIETORS IN IRELA.ND. 24:7 

stature, red hair ; Carheriiie iiy Dwyer, adged twenty years, flaxen liaire, middle 
stature ; John Brown, adged twenty years, middle stature ; Daniel McMeleghlin, 
adged forty years, black haire, middle stature. His substance, twenty winter acres 
of corn ; cows forty ; forty garrans ; a plough of oxen ; forty swine, great and small ; 
four geldings ; out of which he payeth contribution. The contents whereof we 
believe to be true." (p. 248 of Vol. 56.) 

End of Summary of the Commonwealth Records. 



6.— FOEFEITING PKOPKIETOKS, IN lEELAND, 

Undev the Cromicellian Settlement. 

"•Forfeiting Proprietors, Listed; various counties." Commencing 
A.D. 1657. 

This Commonwealth Volume is prefaced by a Letter, of which the 
following is a copy : 

•■ To his Highnes the Lord Protectors Councell for the Affaires of Ireland. 

'• May it please yor. Lordsps. 

"In pursuance of your Lops. (Lordships) Order of the 14th October last, requiring 
mee forthwith to prepare a List containing the names, siniames, places of abode, and 
addition of Title, of all Proprietors of Lands, or any ways entitled to Lands forfeited 
to the Commonwealth by the late horrid Rebellion, and returned in the Books of Civil 
Survey, or otherwise extant upon Record, and certify the same unto your Lops. I 
humbly present the ensuing List containing the names of all the Papist Proprietors 
within the counties of Dublin, Lowth, Kildare, Longford, Kilkenny, and Wexford, 
in the Province of Leinster ; in the counties of Cork and Kerry, in the Province of 
Munster ; in the counties of Ffermanagh, Tyrone, Cavan, Donegall, Monaghan, and 
Londonderry, in the Province of Ulster ; and in the couiities of Sligo, and part of the 
county of Mayo, in the Province of Connaught. 

" I further humbly certify, that several persons in the respective counties above 
mentioned, whose qualifications are not distinguished in the Books of Survey, whether 
Papists or Protestants ; as also all sueh Irish Papists whose Estates have been by 
order of your Lops, excepted from present disposure to tbe Adventurers, Souldiers, 
or others, are, notwithstanding, inserted in this List, with a Noate nevertheless 
against every such name, signifying either tlie said defect or suspicion ; that likewise 
severall persons are inserted whose places of abode, or of which they are called, are 
not mentioned in the Books of Survey ; by reason of which it is to be feared one and 
the same person is severall times named in this List ; neither doth it it appear before 
mee how many of the persons inserted in this List have proved their constant good 
affections before the Court for adjudication of the Qualifications of the Irish, or have 
been admitted to composition for their Estates, in pursuance of the Ordinance of his 
Highnes the Lord Protector,* of the 2nd of September, 1654. 

"I further humbly certify, that noe Surveys being as yet returned, of the Civil 
Surveys of the Counties of Catherlogh (Carlow) and Wicklow, in the Province of 
Leinster ; nor of the County of Clare, in tlie Province of Munster; nor of the Counties 
of Gallway, Roscommon, and Leitrim, and part of the Counties of Leitiim and Sligo, 
in the Province of Connaught ; I find not myself cajmble of certifying your Lops, the 
names of the forfeited Proprietors in any of the Said counties. 

"All which is humbly submitted to your Lops. 

■' Signed by appointment of the Surveyor-Generall. 

"CHRISTOP. GOUGH. 
"Dublin, 27th January, 1656." 

(The Counties are here given in the same order as they appear in the 
Commonwealth Volume No. 12, in the Catalogue. — See Paper No. 4 in 
this Appendix.) 

'■'Protector : This was Oliver Ci'oniwell. 



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APPENDIX. 



County of Dublin. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Dublin, as 
they are returned in the Civill Survey of the said County," 

Half Barony of Uathdowu. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Morris Archibald, Kilmacud 
Kichard Archibald, Malpas, in 

England 
Mathew (Barnwall), Lord Baron of 

Trimblestown 
Walter Cheevers, Monkstown 
Col. Oliver Fitzwilliam Meryong 

(Merrion) 
James Goodman, Loghnanstown 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Rowland Goodman, Ballintlea 
John Harold, Kilmakeoge 
John Kennedy, Dublin 
Henry Rochford, Kilbogoge 
James Walsh, Ballawly 
James Walsh, Coanagh 
John Walsh, Shanganagh 
Theobald Walsh, Carrickmayne 
William Wolverston, Stillorgan 



Total : 15 Confiscations in the Half Barony of Rathdown. 



Baroiuj of 

John Allen ■' 
Robert Arthur, Dublin 
Mathew Barnwall, Breemere 
Nicholas Barnewall, Turvey 
Patrick Barnewall, Anger 
Peter Barnewall, Tyrennro 
Richard Barnewall, Lispople 
Sir Richd. Barnewall, Crickstowu 
Katherine Barnewall 
James Bath, Athcarne 
Margt, Bath, alias Golding, Widow 
Laurence Bealing, Bealingstown 
Mathew Begg, Boranstown 
George Blackney, Rickenhore 
John Borecn, Ballinadun 
John Caddall, The Nale 
Richard Caddall, Herbertstown 
Richard Carbery, Hayestown 
Christpr. Chillum, Gaffny 
James Chillum 
Walter Conran, Curragh 
Robert Corballis 
Robert Corballis, Nutstown 
Thomas Corran, Wyanstown 
Christopher Cruse, Naule 
Adam Cusack, Crevet, co. Meath 
Patrick Cusack, Rathaldron, co. 
Meath 



BatrotJienj. 

Anthony Delahide, Loghsumny 
Thomas Delahide, do. 

Martin Dillon, Huntstown 
Edward Dongan, Possickstown, co. 

Kildare 
Christopher Fagan, Feltrim 
John Fagan, do. 

Elizabeth Finglas, Stevenstown 
John Finglas 
John Finglas, Portrane 
John Finglas, Wespelstown 
Marcus Fitzsimons 
Christr. Golding, Piercetown, co. 

Meath 
Lord of Gormanstown 
Patrick Gough, Dublin 
Nicholas Hollywood, Artane 
James Humph re.y, Knockfergus 
Luke Hussey, Westown 
Peter Hussey, do. 
Thomas Luttrell, Luttrellstown 
Nicholas McCann 
Bartholomew Moore, Dowanstown, 

CO. Meath 
Lord Viscount Netterville 
Luke Netterville, Corballis 
Andrew Nugent, Donore, co. West- 

meath 



* Allen : Where a blank occurs in this Return in the colunm of Address, it 
means that no residence is given in the Commonwealth Record (from which the entry 
is taken) opposite the Foi'feiting Proprietor's name. 



\ 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Eichard Peutney, Knock 
Christoplier(Plunket),EarlofFingal 
Nicholas Preston, Lord of Gormans- 

towu 
Eobert Preston, Ballinadun 
.John Eead, DubHn 
Patrick Eussell 
Patrick Eussell, Brownstown 
Thomas Eussell, do. 
Henry Sedgrave 

Total : 69 Confiscations in 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Henry Sedgrave, Cabra 
Eichard Sedgrave, Boranstown 
George Stocks, Michellstown, co. 

Meath 
Elizabeth Talbot, Malahide 
William Talbot, Robertstown 
William Travers, Balkea 
Eobert Usher, Crumliu 
Robert Walsh, Kinure 
Edward Wickham, Glasnevin 

the Barony of Balrothery. 



Barony of Newcastle and Uppercross. 



James Allen, Conlemaine 
John Allen, St. Wolstan's 
Mathew Allen, Palmerstown 

Ash, St. Patrick st., Dublin 

Eichard Archbold, Cookstown 

( ) Arthur, 'Dublin 

( ) Aylmer, Dollarstown, co. 

Meath 
George Aylmer, Feyans 
George Aylmer, Lyons 
Peter Barnewall, Tyrenure 
Eichard Barnewall, do. 
Eobert Barnewall, Shankill 
Peter Bath, Dublin 
Sir Henry Bealing,'- Creahelp, co. 

Wicklow 
John Begg 

( ) Brice, Dublin 

John Brice, Crumliu 
Mrs. Browne Nollstowu 
John Caddie (Surgeon), Dublin 
John Carbery, Alderman 
Robert Chamberline, Kilriesk 
( ) Chillum, Drogheda 

Symon Clarke, Dublin 
David Daniel, Ballymore 
( ) Dillon, Cappuck 

Sir John Dongan, Newcastle 
John Dowding, Ballymore 
James Dowlon, do. 
Sir Thady Duff, Dublin 
Christopher Dunn, Saggard 



John Dunn, Dublin 

Alexander Eustace, Dowdanstown 

Anne Eustace ) t> n 

Jane Eustace P^l^y^°^^ 

Morris Eustace, Castlemartin 

Nicholas Eustace, Elverstown 

Oliver Eustace, Ballymore 

Oliver Eustace, Blackall 

Thomas Eustace, Topperkeven 

Walter Eustace, Elverstown 

John Fagan, Feltrym 

John Field, Dublin 

Richard Fitzsimou, Ballymadraught 

Thomas Fitzsimons, do. 

Lord Fitzwilliam, Merryong 

(Merrion) 
Stephen Fitzwilliam, Jobstown 
John Font, Saggard 
( ) Foster, Ballydowd 

Garrett Fox, Mynoure, co. West- 

meath 
Patrick Gormely, Tallaght 
Charles Haddington, Eathcoole 
Christopher Hancock, Dublin 
Christopher Holdeu, do. 
Eichard Jacob, Newcastle 
John Jordan, Crumliu 
Walter Kenedy, Dublin 
Walter Kennedy 
( ) Kent, Danistown 

William Lock, Colemanstowu 
Mr. Malone, Lismullen 



* Bealing : Sir Henry Sealing (or Belling) possessed considerable estates (extending 
to about 6,0U0 acres) in the counties of Duljlin, Kildai-e, and Wicklow. His eldest 
son Richard Belling was a Member and the Secretary of the Supreme Council of the 
Catholic Confederation, known as the '* Kilkenny Confederation." 



250 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



James Maye, Dublin 
Ealpb Mills, Corkagli 
Limrick Nottingham, Ballyoweu 
Laurence Purcell, Ballymore 
William Purcell, Crumlin 
Patrick Eeynolds, Newcastle 
William Sarsfield, Lucan 
Patrick Scurlock, Ratlicredan 
( ) Stephens, Dublin 

( ) Skelton, do. 

Adam Talbot, Belgard 

Total : 82 Confiscations in the Barony of Newcastle and Uppercross. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Taylor, Swords 

Thomas Taylor 

Michael Taylor, Swords 

( ) Taylor, Dublin 

Alexander Usher, Crumlin 

James Walsh, Ballyawley 

John Walsh, Killiucarrig 

Eichard Walsh, Dalkey 

Sir Nicholas White, Leixlip 

Eichard White, Dublin 

George Wolverhampton, Stillorgan 



Barony of Castleknock. 



Christopher Barnewell, Kellystown 

Christopher Barnewall, Castleknock 

Lawrence Bealing, Bealingstown 

Robert Chamberlin, Kilroosk 

John Delahide, Pauchystown 

Martin Dillon 

Martin Dillon, Hankstown 

Eobert Dillon 

Edward Dowd, Pooterstown 

James Eustace 

James Eustace, Confy 



Eobert Fitzryry, Collothrath 
William Freene, Powerstowu 
George Hacket, Stagoble 
Philip Hore, Kilsaghan 
James Nugent, Drumcree 
James Plunkett 
James Plunkett, Dunslioghly 
Patrick Plunkett, Lord of Dunsany 
Henry Sedgrave, Little Cabra 
Katheriue Strong, Dublin. 



Total : 21 Confiscations in the Barony of Castleknock. 
Barony of Coolock. 



( ) Archbold 

James Bath, Dromconrath 
Patrick Bermingham, Corballis 
Nicholas Bryan 
Philip Conran, Wyanstown 
John Delahide, Phopstown 
James Dillon, Huntstowu 
Luke Dillon, Killiagh 
Thomas Fleming, Santry 
William Goagh, Sutton 
Eichard Goldiug, Kinsaly 



Andrew Nugent, Dunmore 
Christopher Nugent, Kilmore 
Thomas Plunkett, Bewly 
William Plunkett, Portmarnock 
Walter Plunkett " The Grange of 

Portmarnock 
Thomas Eussell, Brownestown 
John Talbot, Malahide 
John Talbot, Eobertstown 
Dominick White, Dublin 



Total : 20 Confiscations in the Baronv of Coolock. 



Barony of Nethercross. 



Benedict Arthur 
Eobert Arthur, Turvy 
James Aylmer, Dollerstown 



Lord Barnewall, Tarvy 
James Barnewall, Dunbro 
Eichard Barnewall, Lispople 



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261 



y:\y\f. ani> addkf.ss. 
Laurence Healing, Great Bealiugs- 

town 
( ) Begg, Boranstown 

Walter Bristow, Lusk 
John Caddie, Moletown 
Patrick Cbillum, Gaffny, near the 

CO. Meath 
( ) Clyncb 

Thomas Conran, Wyanstown 
William Conran, do. 

Thomas Dally, Ballask 
Eobert Dillon, Cappuck 
Aid. Dowde, Dublin 
John Dowde, do. 
Thomas Fitzsimons, The Grange of 

Baldoyle 
John Geyden, Irishtown 
Thomas Gibbons 
Luke Hussey, Oldtown 



XAMK AND ADDRESiX. 

Luke Hussey, Weststowu 
James Humphrey, Kolickcrstowu 
John Jordan, Dublin 
Walter Jordan, Swords 
Luke Kelly, Cookstowu 
Nicholas Martin, Eush 
Andrew Moore 
Luke Netterville, Corballis 

Plunkett, Rathmore 

James Plunkett, Dunshoghlin 

Sir Christr. Plunkett, do. 

John Kowse 

Bartholomew Kussell, Seatow;i 

Patrick Russell, Brownestown 

Nicholas Eussell, Collinstown 

Nicholas Taylor, Swords 

William Travers, Ballykey 

Alderman Weston 

Aid. Thos. Waterhouse, Dublin 



Total : 41 Confiscations in the Barony of Nethercross. 

Projirietors in the County of the City of Dublin, 
Without the " Line."''' 



James Bath, Dromconrath 
John Brice 

George Crooke, Tipperstowu 
Sir John Dongau 
Nicholas Eustace, Confy 
Mr. Foord, Moygaddy 



Mr. Gogh 

George King, Clontarf 

Lord of Merriyong (? Merriou) 

Sir Henry Talbot, Templeoge 

Mr. Talbot, Eobertstown 



Total : 11 Confiscations in the County of the City of Dublin, 
Without the " Line." 



County of Louth. f 

"A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the county of Lowth, as 
they are returned in the severall surveys of the said County." 



Mathew Ardagh, Ardaghstown 
Patrick Ardagh, Dunleire 
Bartholemew Britt, Drogheda 



Christr. Barnwell, Rahesker 
Sir Christr. Bellew 
John Bellew, Willistowu 



* Line : The "Line" meant a mile distant from the sea ; or from the River 
Shannon in the county Clare. None of the Irish people were permitted by the 
Cromwellian Settlement to live within the " ^lile Line " and the sea, or the Shannon. 

+ Louth : For greater reference' sake, we have thought it best to give the names 
henceforward in the " Forfeiting Proprietors ; Listed," in the same order as they 
appear in the original ; and spelled the same as they are there written, 



2d2 



Appendix. 



Barony of Ferard. 



NAME AND ADDRKSS. 



Nicholas Bath, Drogheda 
Edward Brandon, Dundalk 
Robert Cheevers, Caruanstown 
Stephen Chuton, Chntoustown 
Stephen Dowdall, Gallstown 
Stephen Dowdall, Killally 
Christopher Dardis, Dardisrath 
John Dowdall, Glaspistol 
Patrick Dowdall 

John Dromgoole, Dromgoolestown 
John Dromgoole, Dromgoolestown 
John Finglass, Toberstown 
Patrick Gernon,kGernonstown (now 

Castlebellingham) 

Gough, Dublin 

Patrick Geruon, Mayne 
William Hamlin, Smithstown 
Walter Kennedy, Dubhn 
Patrick Leean, Desart 
Henry Mortimer, Drogheda 
Adam Moore, Drogheda 
Wm. Moore, Barremeath 
Nicholas Moore, Desart 
Patrick Nethervill, Terfechane (Ter- 

monfeckin) 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



James Plunkett, Newhouse 
George Plunkett, Gallrowstown 
Wm. Plunkett, Beauley (now 

Beaulieu) 
James Plunkett, Caristown 
Nicholas Plunkett, Castlelumney 
Kobert Peppard, Drogheda 
Steven Taaffe, Athlare 
George Plunkett, Dunliere 
Christopher St. Lawrence, Cruice- 

town 
John Sanley, Marliestown 
Rowland Stanley, Gallstown 
John Taaffe, Braganstown 
Christr. Tallon, Dunliere 
Edward Verdon 
John Verdon 
John Verdon, Clonmore 
Kichard White, Eichardstown 
Lord of Louth 
Christopher Dardis, Eath 
George Plunkett, Beauley 
Thomas Greg, Dunliere 
Bartholomew Thunder 



Total : 51 Confiscations in the Barony of Ferrard. 



County (of the Town) of Droyheda. 



James Bath, Athcarne 

James (son of Thomas) Bath, 

Drogheda 
James Bath 
Oliver Bird, Drogheda 
Edmond Birne 

Eobert Cheevers, Caruanstown 
Robert Cheevers, Drogheda 
( ) Custard, Confy 



Thomas Fleming, Drogheda 
William Hamlin, Drogheda 
Thomas Kent, Dainstown 
Bartholomew Moore, Downaustown 
Patrick Netterville, Blackcastle 
Robert Peppar, Drogheda 
Thomas Taylor, Swords 
( ) White (or While), 

Flemingstown. 



Total : 16 Confiscations in the Town of Drogheda. 



Barony ofLowth. 



Michael Burnee, Drogheda 
Patrick Baniewell Marelstown 
John Babe, Dorrow 



Nicholas Bellew, Thomustown 
Patrick Bellew, Verdoustown 
Peeter Clinton, Doordstown 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patrick Chamberlain, Misleratli 
Patrick Casbell, Duudalk 
John Draycott, Mornanstown 
Roger Gernon, Gernonstowu 
Henry Gernon, Miltown 
Koger Gernon, Stabanan 
Patrick Gernon, Killincooly 
George Gernon, Dumahon 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Gernon, Lowth 
James Talbott, Mullahide 
James Woottiu, Drogbeda 
Patrick White, Dundalk 
John Babe, Newry 
Patrick Barnwell, OUardstown 
John Plunkett, Bane 
John Eath, Bromcashall 



Total : 22 Confiscations in the Barony of Lowth. 

Barony of Dundalk. 



Thomas Brandon, Dundalk 
James Brandon, Dundalk 
Sir Christr. Bellew, Capletown- 
Bellew* 

Barnewell, Lispopple 

Oliver Casbell, Dundalk 
Nicholas Casbell, Dundalk 
Bartholemew Casbell, Dundalk 
Isaake Dee, Dundalk 
Patrick Dardis Ballagan 
Abraham Dee, Dundalk 
Lawrence Dowdall, Athlumney 
Nicholas Goslyng, Dundalk 
Henry Gernon, Miltown 
Alexander Mappah, Dundalk 
John Mortimer, Dundalk 
Patrick Marinnan, Carlingford 
Willm. Sherley, Dundalk 



Patrick Segrave, Grange 

Garrett Talbott, Cartan 

Bartb. White, Carlingford 

John White, Ballrigan (Balbrigan) 

Patrick White, Carlingford 

Margaret White 

Christopher White, Madostown 

Christopher White Balluge 

Bartholemew Moore, Dundalk 

Patrick Weston 

John Exham 

Patrick Dardis 

Patrick Warren, Warrenstown 

Patrick Ellis 

Stephen Dowdall, Castlecooly 

Mary Plunkett, widow 

Michaell Skrine, Dundalk 

Nicholas Casbell 



Total : 35 Confiscations in the Barony of Dundalk. 
Barony of Atherdee (Ardee). 



Mathew Ardab, Ardahstown 
Mathew Ardab 

Allen, Poorecoth 

John Bellew 

Eobert Barnewell, Eabesker 

Eichard Barnewell 

Eobert Barnewell 

Eichard Barnewell, Atherdee 

Edward Birt 

John Birt, Drogbeda 



John Bellew, Capletown 
Henry Babe, Atherdee 
Eichard Barnewell, Ticnare 
Nicholas Bellew, Thomastown 
John Bellew, Willistown 
Garrett Cooley, Atherdee 
Nicholas Cbashell, Cashelstown 
Nicholas Casbell 
Lawrence Clinton, Maine 
Patrick Clinton, Dromcasbell 



* Capletown- Bellew : It may be well to observe that this and other Towulands 
mentioned in the Cromwellian Records are not mentioned in the " (Alphabetical 
Index to the Townlands and Towns of Ireland, Census of Ireland for the year 1851," 
which we frequently consulted in connexion with our I'esearch, 



254 



APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

James Clinton, Clintoustown 
Patrick Cashell 
Patrick Cashell 

Patricke Chamberlaine, Nishrath 
Stephen Clinton, Clintonstown 
Patrick Cashell, Dundalk 
Stephen Cappock, Atherdee 
Patrick Clinton, Irishtowu 
Patrick Clinton 
Henry Cooley 
Peeter Clinton, Doodstown 
Christopher Dardes, Dardes 
Patrick Dardes, The Rath 
Nicholas Darc}', Plattine, co. Meath 
Patrick Dromgoole, Walshestown 
Patrick Dawe, Braginstown 
Patrick Dromgoole, Dromgooles- 

town 
John Dromgoole, Walshestown 
Charles Dowdall 
Charles Dowdall, Atherdee 
Patrick Dowdall, Piithstown 
Barth. Duffe, Drogheda 
Garrett Fleming 

• • Feild, Paynestown 

Patrick Gernon, Gernonstowu 
Patrick Gernon, Maine 
Patrick Gernon, Killingcole 
Patrick Grernon, Dromrath 
Henry Gernon Stabanan 
Anthony Gernon, Mullingstown 
Anthony Gernon 
Richard Gernon, Stabanan 
John Hadson, Cappock 
Edward Hollywood, Hamanstown 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Christopher Hoth, Cruicetown 

Mr. Kent, Danistown 

Patrick Lewen, Tredah 

Lord of Lowth 

Alex. Mapasse, Dundalk 

James Mandue, Atherdee 

Wm. Moore, Barnemeath 

Barth. Moore 

Patrick Neterviele, Terfechane 

Lord Neterviele 

Stephen Neile, Carlingford 

Thomas Plunkett, Bewley 

George Plunkett, Doancare 

Nicholas Plunkett, Caple Lumney 

Mathew Plunkett, Dunleir 

John Rath, Dromcashell 

Lord of Slane 

Thomas Tallon 

Christopher Taaffe, Braginstown 

Christopher Taaffe 

Eobert Taaffe, Cookstown 

Willm. Taaffe, Cookestown 

Stephen Taaffe, Athclare 

Stephen Taaffe, Pepparstown 

Jenico Taaffe 

Lord Taaffe 

Patrick Lerdon 

Patrick Warren, Warrenstown 

James Wotten, Tredah 

Christopher Wootten 

John White, Eichardstown 

Henry Wootten, Tredah 

Thomas Gernon 

William Taaffe 

John Vernon, Clonmore" 



Total : 89 Confiscations in the Barony of Ardee. 



County Kildare. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Kildare, as 
they are returned in the Civill Survey of the said County." 

Banmy of Connell. • 



Sir John Dungan, Knight 
Christopher Eustace, Newland 
Jeffrey Hay, Herbertstown 



Morris FitzGerrald, Osbornestown 

Gerrald FitzGerrald, Puncerge 

Grange (now Punchersgrange) 



* Clonmore : See Note "Vernon," p. 222, 



FOBFEITING PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



255 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Morris FitzGerrald, Allen 
Morris FitzGerrald, Esq., Allen 
John Lattin, Morristown 
John Lye, Rathbride 
Peter Sarsfield, Esq., Tully 
Sir Nicholas White, Knt., Leixlip 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Valerian Weisley, The Deingan 

(Dangau) 
Gerrald "Weisley, The Deingan, co. 

Meath 
Patrick Sarsfield, Tully 



Total : 14 Confiscations in the Barony of Connell. 
Barony of Ikeathy and Oughtercunny. 



George Aylmer, Esq., Hartwell 
Sir Andrew Aylmer, Knt., Dondue 

(Donadea) 
Ellen Butler 

James Eustace, Clongowswood 
Morris Eustace, Castle Martin 
Edward Foster, Clonecurry 
Morrice FitzGerrald, Osbornstown 
Wm. FitzGerrald, Rathtrowen (co. 

Meath) 



Wm. FitzGerrald, Blackhall 
Walter Hussey, Cappachbeg 
Beettr Hussey, Culmoylgne (Cul- 

muUin, co. Meath 
Anne Blunkett, Belgard 
Oliver Rochford, Larragh 
Garrett Sutton, Richardstown 
Nicholas Wogan, Rathcoftey 



Total: 15 Confiscations in the Barony of Ikeathy and Oughtercunny, 



Barony of Carhery, 



Thomas Ash, Moyvally 
John Bermingham, Dunferth 
John Bermingham, Garrisker 
Willm. Bermingham, Persons- 

towne 
Pyers Bermingham, Connogh 
John Bermingham, Rahin 
John Bermingham, Carrick 
Edward Bermingham, Grange 
Morrice Bermingham, Garrisker 
Garrett Bermingham, Garrisker 

Total : 19 Confiscations 



Ter- 



Edward Bermingham, Ballyne- 

dromng 
Sir Luke FitzGerrald, Knt., 

noghane 
Daniell Hiegan, Ballinderry 
Garrett Keathing, Kilkaskin 
John Lye, Teekerevane 
Oliver Lynagh 
Roger Moore,* Ballyna 
Patrick Plunkett, Longwood 
James Welsh, Killmobrenagh 

in the Barony of Carbery. 



Barony of Kilkagh and Moone. 



Christopher Arsbould, Timolin 
Thomas Eustace, Moone 
Morrice Eustace, Moone 
Walter Eustace, Ballecolane 
James FitzGerrald, Lackagh 
Pyers FitzGerrald, Ballysonnant 
Wm. FitzGerrald, Litlebirton 

Total : 13 Confiscations in the 



Bryan FitzGerrald, Litlebirton 
Nicholas FitzGerrald, Mollaghmaste 
Thomas FitzGerrald, Great Pelanf 
Walter Pepper, Kilkea 
Luke Wall, Ballynekill 
Nicholas White 

Barony of Kilkagh and Moone. 



* Roger Moore : The " Rory O'Moore " of popular tradition in Ireland. — See 
Note (t), p. 164 of the Third Edition of our Irish Pedigrees. 

t Great Pelaii : This name also is now perhaps, obsolete ; for it does not 
(nor any name like it) appear in the " Alphabetical Index to the Townlands of 
Ireland" (1851). 



256 



APPENDIX. 



Baromj of Salt. 



NAME AXD ADDRKSS. 



Lady Allen, St. Wolstance (near 

Celbridge) 
Robert Allen 
Thomas Ash 
John Allen 
Eicbard Allen 
Mabelly Aylmore 
Christopher Burnell, Killestown 
John Clarke, Dublyu 
Sir Walter Dungan, Knt., Capletown 
Dame Mary Dungan, Castletown, 

(near Celbridge) 
Catherine Dillon, Barbistown 
James Eustace, Confy 
Thomas Eustace 
Thomas FitzGerrald, Clane 
John Gaydon, Irishtown 
John Holder 

Symon Lnttrell, Luttrellstown 
Patrick Long, Kilclone (co. Meath) 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Lady Lowtli 

Lymbricke Nottingham, Dallyowen 

Donnogh O'Nayle 

John Pollickson, Dublyu 

Robert Rochford, Killbrody 

Nicholas Sutton, Barbistown 

Gerrald Sutton, Richardstown 

Thomas Taylor, Swords 

Wm. Tipper, Tipperstown 

Mr. Talbott, Dardistown 

Nicholas Wogau, Rathcoffie 

Christopher Wolfh, Moorestown 

Christopher Weisley, Kildrought 

(the old name of Celbridge). 
Nichollas Walsh, Moorestown 
Joseph Weisley 

John Eustace, Conby (? Confy) 
John Allen 
Thomas Gorman, Kilclone 



Total : 36 Confiscations in the Barony of Salt. 



Clane Barony. 



Sir Joshu Dungan, Knt., Capletown 
Edward Dungan, Esq., Blackwood 
James Eustace, Esq., Clongans- 

wood 
Christopher Eustace, Esq., Newland 
Thomas FitzGerrald, Clane 
William FitzGerrald, Esq., Black- 
hall 
Morrice FitzGerrald, Esq., Osbors- 

town 
Thomas FitzGerrald, Esq., Clane- 

bolye 
Morrice FitzGerrald, Graige 



Morrice FitzGerrald, Esq., Kill- 

maoge 
Phill. FitzGerrald, Carick 
Symon Luttrell, Esq., Luttrells- 
town 
Adam Missett, Stackins 
Robert Rochfort, Esq., Kilbride 
James Rochfort, Clane 
Wm. Sarsfield, Esq., Lucan 
Garrett Sutton, Richardstown 
Nicholas Wogan, Esq., Rathcoffie 
Wm, Wogan s, Downeings 



Total : 19 Confiscations in the Barony of Clane. 



KilcuUen Half Barony. 



Edward Dungan, Blackwood 
Morrice Eustace, Castlemartin 



Peyrs FitzGerrald, Ballysonnan 
Wm. Sarsfield, Moorestowne 



Total ; 4 Confiscations in the Half Barony of Kilcullen. 



FORFEITING PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



257 



Narragh and Rehan. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Christr. Arsbould, Timolin 
Richard Eustace 
Wm. FitzGerrald, Castlerow 
James FitzGerrald, Osborstown 
Phillip FitzGerald, Esq., Allen 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Nicholas Wolfe, Srowland 
James Weisley 
Garrett Weisley 
James Weisley 



Total : 9 Confiscations in the Barony of Narragh and Reban. 
Offaly Barony. 



Alexander Conner, Dunmurry 
Morrice FitzGerrald, Osberstown 
Gerrald FitzGerrald, Brownestown 
James FitzGerrald, Killrush 



Morrice FitzGerrald, Allen 
James FitzGerrald, Lackagh 
Mathew Nagle, Ballisax 
Fetter Sarsfield, Esq., Tully 



Barony of Naas. 



Edward Allen, Bishops Court 

John Allen, Saint Wolstance 

Wm. Ash, Naas 

Thomas Ash FitzRoberts, Naas 

Richard Bealling 

John Bath, Gulp 

Eichard Bealing 

John Cheevers, Esq., Moyllou 

John Dunn, Eathmor 

Micheal Delahyde 

Sir Walter Dungan, Knt. 

Wm. Eustace, Cradoxtown 

Eowland Eustace, Blackball 

Alexander Eustace, Dudingstown 

Christopher Eustace, New Land 

Eowland Eustace, Mulla Cosh 

Morrice Eustace, Castle Martin 



Phillip FitzGerrald, Blackball 
Phillip FitzGerrald, Esq., Allen 
Jeffrey Hay, Herbertstown 
Wm. FitzGerrald, Blackball 
James Fflasberry, Drimanstown 

Hancock, Dublin 

Long, Rathmore 

John Lattin, Morricestown 
Eobert Eochford, Kilbride 
Nichollas Sutton, Typper 

Sagry, The Cabraugh 

Christr. Sherlock 

Thomas Sherlock 

John Cardine, Cardinestown 

Andrew Donn, Eathmore 

Eobert Shirlocke, Nasse (Naas) 



Total : 33 Confiscations in the Barony of Naas. 



County Longford. 

'• A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Longford 
as they are returned in the severall Surveys of the said County." 

Barony of Longford. 



Sir Eichard Browne, Ballanaghmore 
Connor Casie 
Teig Casie 
Cormock Casie 



William Cliffe 
Hugh Duffe, Doolerocke 
Lawrence Dowdall, Aghnemodda 
Lawrence Dowdall, Cronrish 



258 



APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Bryan Ffarrell, Ballygorrow 
Bryan (MclVTany) Ffarrell''^ 
Con Oge Ffarrell, Ardronin 
Daniel Ffarrell, Corglasse 
Francis Farrell, Mornin 
Frances Ffarrell, Moynin, in the 

barony of Moydow. 
Fagbny Ffarrell, Newtown 
Edmond Fflynin 
Garrett Ffarrell, Esker 
James Farrell, Guillnesliee 
Morrogh Ffarrell, Eyue 
Rory Farrell, Cornecally 
Ughny (alias Anthony) Ffarrell, 

Cornefimthane 
Thomas Farrell, Ballycorr 
Uriell Farrell 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Ffrances Ffarrell, Mole, in the 

barony of Granard 
Conge Ffarrell 
James Farrell, Tiuelicke 
Edmond McDonell Ffarrell 
Hugh Ffarrell, Drimure 
Hubert Ffarrall, Gortinorin 
Lisagh Ffarrell, Clonbolt 
Maha McShane Ffarrell, Bellagh 
Richard Ffarrell, Bawne, in the 

barony of Moydow 
Robert Ffarrell, Cannagh 
Oliver FitzGerrald, Portinare 
Bryan Ffarrell, Banery 
Edward Nugent, Lisaghnedin 
Owen Keynolds, Kiltervagh 



Total : 37 Confiscations in the Barony of Longford. 
Barony of Moydow. 



William Ffarrell, Ballintober 
William Ffarrell, Cury 
Conogh McTeig Ffarrell, Lislea 
Eichard McJames Ffarrell, Lynine 
Ffaghny Ffarrell, Cloonrine 
Edmond Ffarrell, Grillaghmine 
John McKeadagh Ffarrell, Ballycore 
Connell McMorrogh Ffarrell, Bela- 

clare 
Hubert Ffarrell, Cloney 
James McGarrett Ffarrell, Beal- 

laghmehane 
Roger McBryan Ffarrell, Lisduffe 



Daniel McShane Fferrell, Bunerboy 
John McBryan Ffarrell, Bunerboy 
Kedagh McGarrold Ffarrel, Ballin- 

tampane 
Teig Kenny, Gortenboy 
Gregory Murtagh, Laclunagh 
Roger McBryan Ffarrell, Creyduff 
James McKedagh Ffarrell, Bally- 

neclude 
Ffergus McShane Ffarrell, Bunerboy 
Hugh McGerrald Ffarrell, Carrow 
Morrogh McTerlagh Ffarrell, Car- 

huemeanagh 



Total : 21 Confiscations in the Barony of Moydow. 
Barony of Ardayli. 



Jetfory Cormocke, Ffaruaght 
Gerrott Dellamore, Streete 
Richard DeLamore, Balluefid, co. 
Westmeath 



Sir John Dungan, Castletown 
Connor Ffarrell, Ballow 
James Ffarrell, Tinenare 
Connogh Ffarrell, Killfiuton 



* Bryan ( McMany) Ffarrell : In the Commonwealth Record where this name 
occurs, it is written "Bryan McMany Ffarrell" ; but this means "Bryan Ffarrell, 
son of Many " (or Manus). In such cases therefore, in this Return, the middle name 
is to be taken as that of the father of the pi'oprietor whose name is mentioned. 
Similarly, in such a case as "John Roch FitzThomas," it means " John Roch, son of 
Thomas " ; for the prefixes FHz, 31c., and Mac are synonymous. 



Forfeiting proprietors in Ireland, 



259 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Donnogh Ffarrell, Ballow 
Hubert Ffarrell, Ballow 
Conogb Ffarrell, Motenwally 
William Ffarrell, Ballow 
Edmond Ffarrell, Lissriau 
Edmond Ffarrell, Kilfinton 
Hugh Ffarrell, Einminy 
Hugh Ffarrell, Ffrighan 
Eichard Ffarrell, Bellinree 
James Ffarrell, Clonefinagh 
Connell Farrell, Cumlisk 
Donnogh Farrell, Kilkrirhy 
Charles Farrell, Cartonragh 
Edward Ffarrell, Garryandrew 
Gerrott Farrell, Killinlaseragh 
Wm. Ffarrell, Lisscarell-Eghter 
Luke Hiraghty, gent., Kilfinton. 
Patrick Hiraghty, gent., Killfinton 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Owen McKeiruan, gent., Kilfinton 

Lord Nettervill, Viscount of 
Ballygart 

James' Newgent, Collamber, co. 
Westmeath 

Edward Nugent, Lisaghnediu 

Edward Nugent, Mastrin 

John Newgent, Culwin, co. West- 
meath. 

Bartholomew Nangle, Lonford 

John Nugent, Droming 

Christopher Nugent, Monyutowne, 
CO. Westmeath. 

Quin, Lisdrinagli 

Sir Oliver Tuite, Sonnagh, co. 
Westmeath 

Patrick Ffox, Eathreagh 



Total : 37 Confiscations in the Barony of Ardagh. 



Barony of Bathcline. 



Nicholas Barnwell 
Mary Clark 
Edmond Dalton 
James Dillon 
Edmond Dillon 
Hubert Dillon 
Garrett Dilou 
Hubert Dillon 
Garrett Dillon 
James Dillon 
Sir James Dutton 
Thomas Dutton 
Bryan Ffarrell 
Edmond Ffarrell 
Ffaghny Ffarrell 



James Ffarrell 
Frances Ffarrell 
Hubert Farrell 
James Ffarrell 
John Ffarrell 
Eichard Ffarrell 
Wm. Ffarrell 
Oliver FitzGerrald 
Gerrald FitzGerrald 
Thomas FitzGerrald 
John Ffox 
Oliver FitzGerrald 
Donnogh Keoghan 
William Ffarrell 
Lord of Eoscommon 



(The addresses of the Proprietors whose Estates were confiscated in 
this Barony are not given in the original). 

Total : 30 Confiscations in the Barony of Eathcliue. 



Shrule Barony. 



Nicholas Barnwell 
James Dillon 
Edmond Ffarrell 
Ffergus Ffarrell 



Frances Ffarrell 
Eichard Ffarrall 
Garrett Ffarrell 
Thomas FitzGerrald 



260 



APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADL)RE.S.'= 

James Ffarrcll 
John Fferrall 
Lisagh Fferrall 
Eicliard Fferrall 
Teig Ffarrell 
Thomas FitzGerrald 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Charles Fox 
John Murtagh 
John Murlogh 
Edmond Qum 
James Quin 
Sir John Seaton 



(Same observation, as for the Barony of Kathcline, stqv^a.) 
Total : 20 Confiscations in the Shrule Barony. 

Granard Bai'ouij. 



Nicholas Archbold, Moine, county 

Westmeath 
Henry Connell, Cloyshoge 
Wm. Dermott, Clonagh 
Conill Ffarrall, Killosona 
James Ffarrall, Killosona 
Edmond McHugh Ffarrall, Cool- 

earty 
Ffergus McBryau Ffarrall, Tully 
Edmond McHubbert Ffarrall, Mona- 

scriba 
Bryan Ffarrall, Carragh 
James McCahell Ffarrell, Killagh- 

sonagh 
Pattrick McBryan Ffarrell, Riuroe 
Daniell McWm. Ffarrell, Clonfin 
Bryan Ffarrell, Tomewarden 
Charles Ffarrell, Cauan 
Daniell Ffarrell, Kilfrully 



Connock Ffarrell McRosse, Clon- 

lawchill 
Edmond Ffarrell Duffe, Gurtine- 

chuill 
Hugh Ffarrell, Killnemodagh 
James Fferrall McFergus, Tully 
Nicholas Joner (? Jones), Lettrim 
Thomas Kernan, Rathcorr 
Bryan Kernan, Jushtavoge 
Bryan Keernau, Aghakavyn 
Nicholas Nugent, Aghauigarran 
AndrewNewgent, Donowre, in West- 
meath 
John Nugent, Ballinlogh 
Christopher Nugent, Drumen- 

eureher 
Richard Nugent, Aghnagarrowne 
Oliver Ffarrell, Corybehy 



Total : 29 Confiscations in the Barony of Granard. 



County of Kilkenny. 

*' A List of the Papist Proprietors' names in the County of Kilkenny 
as they are returned in the severall Surveys of tlie said County." 



Bar on 1 1 of Iverk. 



James Butler 
Ffoulke Denn 
John Leonard 
Robert Welsh (Infant) 
Thomas Grant 
Sir Robert Ruth 
Edmond Grant 
David Grant 



John Leonard 
David Grant 
David Grant (2) 
Robert Welsh 
John Leonard 
David Enott 
Thomas Walsh 
Richard Grant 



FORFEITINrT PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



2G1 



XAME AND ADDRESS. 



Ricliard Grant 
John Leonard 
David Grant 
David Grant 
Peeter Strong 
Edmond Grant 
Roger Welsh 
Peirs Welsh 
Richard Welsh 
Peyrs Welsh 
Howell Welsh 
Thomas Welsh 
John Leonard 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

James Welsh 
Wm. Welsh 
Walter Dalton 
Ffoulke Donn 
Morris Dolton 
Peyrs Welsh 
Phillip Welsh 
Edmond Dalton, Esq. 
Peeter Strong 
Peyrs Welsh 
Phillip Hemberry 
Peeter Daton 



(No addresses given in the original.) 



Total : 41 Confiscations in the Barony of Iverk, 
Barony of Shillelogher. 



James Comberford 

Wm. Comberford, Inishone Ghal- 

laue 
John Comberford 
Elinor Comberford 
Robert Fforstall 

Wm. FitzGerrald, Barne Church 
Richard FitzGerrett 
Peyrs FitzGerrett, Goshnstowne' 
Thomas Lea 



Doctor Benjamine Culrae 

Sir Robert Roiith 

Marcus Shea 

Peires Shea 

Wm. Sweethman, Custleleiffe 

George St. Leger 

Patrick St. Leger 

Richard FitzGarrett, Barne Church 

Peirse HtzGerrott 

Widdow Bulger 



Total : 19 Confiscations in the Barony of Shillelogher. 



Kelh Barony. 



Nicholas Holding 
Thomas Ai'cher 
Robert Shea 
Tibbott Butler 
Robert Welsh 
James Tobin 
David Butler 
Edmond Butler 
Robert Shee 
Richard Butler 
Edmund Purcell 
James Tobin 
Col. Richard Butler 



David Butler 
Thomas Comberford 
Peirse Butler 
David Butler 
Thomas Comberford 
Peirce Butler 
David Tobin 
Thomas Comberford 
John Sweetman 
David Tobin 
James Tobbin 

Robert Welsh, " soune of Mathew 
Welsh ; aged ten yeares." 



(No Addresses given in this Barony.) 
Total : 25 Confiscations in the Kells Barony. 



2G2 



APPENDIX. 



Baronij of Knocktopher. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patrick Denn 
Robert Welsh 
Robert Welsh 
Adam Welsh 
Adam Walsh 
James Welsh 
Edmund Welsh 
Robert Welsh 
James Wailsh 
Robert Wailsh 
Robert Codigan 
Walter Welsh 
Mathew Welsh 
Phillip Walsh 
Marcus Crainsbourogh 
Peeter Welsh 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Welsh 

David Roth 

Robert Waish 

Thomas Comberford 

James Ffaning 

Wm. Grace 

Edmond Purcell 

Sir Nicholas White 

Wm. Waltton 

Edmond Haile 

Edmond Butler 

Edmond Houling 

Peeter Anthony 

Lieut.-Col. Anthony Wheeler 

Edmond Sholtall 



(No addresses given in this Barony.) 
Total : 81 Confiscations in the Barony of Knocktopher. 

Goivran Barony. 



Henry Archer 

Eedmond Archdeacon, Cloghlea 

John Archdeacon 

Henry Arch(deacon), Alderman, 

Kilkeuny 
Sir Edmund Blanchfield, Blan- 

chowlestown 
James Blanchowle 
Sir Edward Butler, Loegrange 
Peirse Butler 
Mr. James Blancheviele, Cath- 

moline 
Mr. Leonard Blancheviell, Court- 

nebackilly 
Edmond Blanchviele, Miltown 
Peires Butler, Oldabbey 
Richard Butler, Kilcash 
Sir Richard Butler, Loegrange 
Sir Walter Butler 
Sir Richard Butler, Knocktofer 
Micheal Cooly 

John Cantwell, Cantwellscourt 
James Cooly 

John Cantwell, y* younger 
Peirse Coddy 
John Cnmberford 



Thomas Denn, Greenan 

Mary Denn, Grenan 

Nicholas Dobbin 

Peyrs Dobbin 

Edmond Dobbin 

Edmond FitzGerrald, Browuesford 

Patrick Fforstall 

Robert Fforstall 

Mary FitzGerrald, alias Cragh, 

Widow 
Mrs. Grace 
James Kelly, Gowran 
Garrett Grace 

Nicholas Nash, Higginstown 
PhiUip Purcell, Ballifoile 
Nicholas Purcell 
Edmond Ryan, Bohinguile 
David McMorrogh Ryan, Gortino 
Edmond O'Eyan, Tincouse 
John Eyan 
Edmond Ryan 
Muriagh O'Eyan 
Mr. Eclward Eyan 
Geoffry O'Eyan, Tinekllly 
Donnogh O'Eyan 
Mullagh O'Eyan 



FORFEITING PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



263 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Dauiell O'Eyan 

Murrogii O'Eyan, Stakally 

Teig O'Ryan 

Morgan O'Eyan, Stackally 

David Ryan 

John Ryan, Ullard 

Dermot Eyan, Ullard 

James Eyan 

Cahir Eyan 

Peeter Shortall, Kilbluine 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Oliver Shortall 

Eichard Strang 

Wm. St. Leger, Cloghlea 

Edmond Sweetmf»n 

Thomas Shortall, Kilblaine 

Thomas Tobin 

Oliver Watton 

Peeter Shortall 

Mr. Peirs Shortall 

Eichard Power 



Total : 67 Confiscations in the Barony of Gowran. 
Barony of Gahnoij. 



Peter Archdeacon, Rath-Pattrick 

Edmond Butler 

John Bryan, Esq., Bawnemore 

Walter Grace 

John Grace, Ballyfrunk 



James Purcell, Cloaue 
Sir Eobert Eooth, TuUaghmaine 
Robert Shea, Uppercourt 
Edmond Shea, Castletown 
Thomas Shortall, Bally Lucan 



Total : 10 Confiscations in the Barony of Galmoy. 
Barony of Fassadinnin. 



Walter Archer Fitz John, Aid., 

City of Kilkenny 
Edmond Brenan McDonogli 
John Brenan, AlcGilpatrick 
Owen Brenan 
James Brenan McDaniell 
Edmond Purcell, Esker 
Mrs. Anne Stayne 



Gerrald Blanchviele 

Doctor John Purcell, Oldtown 

John Purcell, Oldtown 

Patrick Murphy, Aid., Kilkenny 

Phillip Purcell 

Eichard Purcell 

David Eooth, Tullaghan 



Total : 14 Confiscations in the Barony of Fassadinnin. 

Barony of Crannayli. 



Katherine, Archer alias Grace, 

Ballyfrunk 
Ellen Archdeacon 
Peirs Butler Bouucestown 
Richard Browne, Kilcash 
Thomas Cantwell 
"Wm. Drilling, Kilbroghane 
Lady Elin Elinor 
Robert Grace 
Joane Grace, Inchwidoo 
Patrick Grace, Ballyroe 
Robert Forstall, Kilfieragh 
Patrick Fforstall 



John Grace FitzRobert 
Richard Grace, and ) 
Richard Grace, his Y Coolishelbeg 
grandfather ' 

Catherine Grace, aVuis Archer 
John Grace, Garryhiggiu 
John Grace, Garryhiggin 
Lady Horsefall 
John Murphy, Kilkenny 
Lady Mountgarrett, "Always living 

in England" 
Peeter Roth, Rathelly 
John Eochford, Killary 



264 



NAME AXD ADDRESS. 

Thomas Rotb, Ballydonell 
William O'Eourke 
Edward Roth, Kilkenny 
Micheal Raggett, Kilkeny 
Wm. Raggett, Carnageale 
Nicholas Raggett, Carnageale 
Richard Shea, Upper Com-t 
James Shortall, Procestown 
f'francis Marshall, and his son 

Richard Marshall 
Mary Shortall 
Robert Shea (FitzHenry) and his 

father, Kilkeny 
Henry Shea 

Total : 49 Confiscations in 

Kilkenny 

Henry Archer, Esq. 

John Archer 

Henry Archer 

James Archdeacon 

Thomas Archer 

Nicholas Archer 

Micheall Archer, Esq. 

Thomas Archer, Esq. 

Mr. Micheall Archer 

Mr. Thomas Archer 

Peeter Archer 

Mr. Henry, Archer 

Robert Archer 

Micheall Archer 

Edmond Archdeacon 

Edmond Archer 

Katherin Archer 

John Bergin 

Sir Edmond Blanchfield 

Micheal Cowly 

Micheal Cowly, Esq. 

Nicholas Crainborogh 

William Crainborogh 

John Dowling 

Peeter Fitzgerald, alias Baron 

Thomas Gaffny 

Peeter FitzGerrald 

Richard Lawler, Esq. 

James Lanston FitzNicholas 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Shortall, Ballylurcau 

Thomas Shea, Boalstown 

Marcus Shea, Waisetown 

Lady Shortall 

Nicholas Shortall, Upper Larragh 

Robert Shortall 

Widdow Shortall 

Leonard Shortall, Killdrinagh 

Richard Shea, and his son John 

Shea, Sragh 
Eobert Tobyn, Kilkenny 
Robert Shea (FitzHenry), Eathely 
John Grace,* Com-tstowne 

the Barony of Crannagh, 

Liberties. 

Eichard Lawler 

Thomas Lea 

Connor Meara 

Patrick Murphy 

Eobert Murphy 

Patrick Murphy, Esq. 

Daniell Martin 

Wm. Marshall 

Walter Motely 

John Nash 

Nicholas Nash 

John Pocoe 

Richard Purcell 

John Eooth 

David Eooth, Esq. 

Richard Rooth, Alderman 

John Eochford 

Mr. Peeter Roth (FitzJohn) 

Wm. Raggett. 

Mr. Peeter Roth 

Peeter Eoth FitzJohn, Esq. 

John Eoth FitzEdward 

Micheall Raggett 

Richard Eoth, Esq. 

Edmond Eyan 

David Eooth 

Robert Shea 

Petter Shea 

Thomas Shortall 



* Grace : "Permitted to compound ])y an Ordinance of (his) Highness the Lord 
Protector and Councell, beareing Date the 30th of Angust, 1C54." 



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NAME A\D ADDRESS. 

George Shea, Esq. 

James St. Leger 

Mr. Sweetman 

Thomas Savadge 

George Shea 

Kobert Shea 

George St. Leger 

Robert Shea, Esq. 

Walter Shea, Esq. 

Thomas Savadge 

Mr. Marcus Shea 

Mr. Robert Shea 

Mr. Robt. Shea FitzHenry 

(No addresses g 
Total : 83 Confiscations 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Mr. Peeter Shea 

Fetter Shea, Esq. 

Wm. Sweetman 

Christopher Shea 

Wm. Shea 

Walter Seix 

Thomas Tobbyn 

Oliver Wattou 

Mr. Geo. Shea 

Richard Rooth FitzEdward 

Peeter Shea FitzEdward 

Richard Toby 



iven in the original.) 
in the Liberties of Kilkenny. 



Barony of Ida, 

Nicholas Aylward 
John Aylward 
Peyrs Bellagar 
Peyrs Butler 
Petter Butler 
Richard Butler 
Walter Cottle 
Thomas Denn 
James Dobbins 
James Fforstall 
Patrick Denn 
Edmond Fforestall 
Thomas Denn 
Thomas Freny 
Wm. Denn 
Petter Fforestall 
Edmond Fforstall 
Thomas Ffreny 
Edmond FitzGerald 
Edmond Grace 



Igrim, and Ibercan ( Iverk). 

Peeter Forstall 
Edmond FitzGerrald 
John FitzGerrald 
Wm. Gaule 
Mathew Grant 
Wm. Gaule 
Toby FitzGerrald 
Robert Gaule 
Wm. Gaule 
Richard Strange 
Peeter Strange 
Richard Strange 
Richard Welsh 
John Welsh 
Savara Wise 
Wm. Welsh 
John Walsh 
Wm. Welsh 
Nicholas Dormer 
John Sweetman 



(No addresses given in the original.) 
Total : 40 Confiscations in the Barony of Ida, Igrim, and Ibercan. 



County of Wexford. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Wexford, 
as they are returned in the Civill Survey of the said County." 

Goreij Baromj. 

Sir Thomas Esmond 



Bryan Darcy 

Willm. Doyle 
Willm. Doyle 



Garrett McEdmond Kinsillagh 
Richard Elward 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Owen McDonell Kavanagh 

Eneas Kavanagh 

Anthony Kavanagh 

Anthony Kavanagh (2) 

Edward Kavanagh's Daughters and 

Co-heirs 
Owen McTerlagh Kinslagh 
Barnaby Kavanagh 
Sir Morgan Kavanagh 
Griffin Kinslagh 
Edm. Kinsillagh 
Thomas Masterson 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Masterson (2) 
Turlogh Murchoe 
Edmd. Kuslagh 
Abraham Strange 
Edmd. Wadock 
Tibott Wadick 
Morris Wadick 
Owen Wadick 
Eoger Wadick 
Thomas Wafer 
Ffrances Wafer 



Total : 28 Confiscations in the Barony of Gorey. 



Shelhurne Baroni/. 



James Barry 
Wm. Barron 
Thomas Chapman 
Thomas Cullen 
John Cheevers 
James Duffe 
John Devereux 
James Dulan 
Nicholas Devereux 
Meyler FitzHarris 
Micheall Keating 
Arthur Keating 
Kichard Keateiug 
James Lewes 
Mich, Lafian 
John Laffan 
Robert Nevell 
Edm. Pendergrast 



Eobt. Redmond 
Thomas Redmond 
James Rochfort 
Robert Redmond 
Mathew Rochfort 
Marcus Sinnott 
Nich. Sutton 
Edw. Siggins 
John Sutton 
James Sutton 
Garrett Sutton 
Richard Sinnott 
Richard Sutton 
William Sutton 
David Sutton 
Walter Whitty 
Patrick White 



(No addresses given in the original.) 
Total : 35 Confiscations in the Barony of Shelbourne. 



Sliehnaliere Barony. 



Nich. Bryan 

James Bryan 

Willm. Browne, Malrankin 

John Browne 

Arthur Cheevers 

Roger Cant well 

Marcus. Cheevers 

Thomas Collin 

Dudly Colclough 



Robert Devereux 
James Downes 
Phillip Devereux 
Richard Dake 
John Devereux 
Willm. Esmond 
Marcus Esmond 
Christopher Ffurlong 
Richd. FfitzHenry 



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MAMK AND ADDRESS. 

James Ffurlong 

John Ffurlong 

Pierce FfitzHenry 

Walter Ffurlong 

Marcus Ffurlong 

Thomas FfitzHarris 

Walter Gilbert 

Willm. Hore, Harperstowne 

Alson Hore 

Willm. Hore 

Edm. Hore 

Robert Haye 

Edm. Hore 

Nicli. Hore 

Mathew Haye 

Walter Hore 

Phillip Hore 

Christopher Hore 

Margarett Lampart 

Nicholas Meyler, Duncormick 

Edw. Masterson 

Nicholas Myler 

Rich. Myler 

John Quony 

Eobert Roach 

Robert Roach (2) 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Alexander Rosceter 

John Roch 

Nich. Roch 

Wm. Rosceter 

Hugh Rochfort 

Philip Roch 

James Rochfort 

Walter Roch 

Alexander Roch, Assally 

Walter Roch, Clonlogh 

David Sinnott 

Willm. Sutton 

Willm, Sutton, Ballykeroge 

Marcus Sinnott 

James Stafford 

Willm. Synnott 

Philip Siggen 

Rowland Scurlock 

Jane Turner 

Paul Turner 

Nich. Turner 

Richard White 

Richard Wadding 

John Wadding 

John Wadding (2) 



Total : 69 Confiscations in the Barony of Shelmaliere. 
Barony of Bantry. 



Turlogh McArt, Tomining 

James Buttler, Tinahinby 

Pierce Buttler, Clogh 

Pierce Buttler, Esq., Kayre 

Morgan Cavanagh 

Dermod McDowling Cavanagh, 

Ballindoney 
Bryan McCahir Cavanagh, Moni- 

molmy 
Morgan Cavanagh, Ballyleagh 
Dudley Colclough, Esq., Moynaght 
Nich. Devereux 
Robert Devereux, Ballyshauon 
Nich. Dormer, Stockstowne 
Rich. Duff, Newross 
Willm. Deocane, Chappole 
John Devereux, Dips 



Dermott McEdmond, Honagh, co. 

Kilkeny 
Morgan McEdmond, Ballybane 
Wm. Esmond, Johnstowne 
Thomas FfitzHarris, Kilkevan 
Richard FfitzHarris, Colback 
Christ. Ffurlong 

Bryan McGriffin, Templeodiggan 
The Lord of Galmoy 
Edmd. Hyre, Wexford 
Luke Keating, Kilkowan 
The Lord of Mountgarrett 
Owen McMorrish, Kilskanlau 
Pierce Rooth, New Ross 
Edw. Sutton 
Edw. Shurlock, Balganreagh 



Total : 30 Confiscations in the Barony of Bantry. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Bar(jy. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Jolm Browne 

Robert Busker 

Nich. Bryan 

John Barry 

John Browne 

Willm. Browne, Esq. 

John Barry 

Wm. Browne, Esq. 

David Browne 

Thomas Browne 

Rich. Browne 

Wilhii. Browne 

Willm. Browne, Esq. 

John Cheevers 

John Cheevers, Esq., Maystowne 

George Cheevers, Esq. 

Thomas Cheevers 

George Cheevers 

Jolm Cheevers, Esq. 

Thomas Cullin 

Arthur Cheevers 

Laurence Cullin 

Patrick Culhn 

Thomas Cullin 

Arthur Cheevers 

Arthur Cheevers 

Haymond Cheevers 

Nich. Devereux, Esq., Ballymagee 

John Devereux 

Coll. John Devereux 

John Devereux 

John Devereux 

Nich. Devereux 

Nich. Devereux, Esq. 

Nich. Devereux 

Richard Cullen 

Thomas Cullen 

JasjDcr Duffe 

Jam. Devereux 

Jam. Devereux 

Nich. Devereux 

Patr. FfitzNicholl 

Thomas FfitzHarris 

Jam. Ffurlong 

Sir Edw. FfitzHarris, Baronet 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Marcus Ffurlong 
Jam. Ffurlong 
Willm. Ffarrell 
Marcus Ffurlong 
Willm. Hore, Esq. 
Willm. Hore 
Robert Haye 
Walter Hore 
Willm. Hore 
Willm. Hore, Esq. 
Philipp Hore 
James Hood 
Nich. Hood 
Jam. Hood 
Oliver Keating 
Francis Keany 
Willm. Keating 
Oliver Keating 
John Keating 
Oliver Keating 
Oliver Keating 
Jam. Keating- 
Nicholas Meyler 
Walter Nevi'll 
Jasper Peudergrast 
John Patrick 
John Pendergast 
Willm. Rossiter, Brig of Bargy 
Wm. Rossiter, Tomhaire 
Thomas Roch 
Thomas Roch 
Richard Stafford 
Marcus Synnott 
Willm. Sutton 
Nich. Sinnott 
Nich. Sinnott 
Paul Turner 
Richard Whitty 
Nich. Whitty 
Rich. Wadding 

Rich. Whitty, Esq., Ballyteige 
Rich. Whitty, the Younger 
Nich. Whitty 
Barnaby Whitewall 
Nich. White 



Total : 90 Confiscations in the Barony of Bargy. 



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Baromi of Forth. 



XAME AND ADDRESS. 

Jam. Barry 

Elizabeth Bryan 

Garrett Browne 

Willm. Browne 

Jam. Codd 

Mathew Codd 

Martin Codd 

John Cheevers, Maystown 

John Cheevers 

Patrick Codd 

Richard Counick 

Marcus Cheevers 

John Connick 

Mich. Codd 

George Cheevers 

Jasper Codd 

George Cheevers, Esq. 

John Cheevers 

Marcus Cheevers, Esq. 

Richard Cheevers 

John Devereux, Deepes. 

Nich. Dormer, Stoakestovvn 

John Devereux 

Alexander Devereux 

Nich. Devereux 

Philipp Devereux 

Alexander Devereux 

Rich. Dake 

John Dake 

Willm. Dorane 

Jam. Devereux 

Robert Ellyott 

Willm. Esmond, Esq. 

Marcus Esmond 

Alson Ffrench 

Mary Ffrench 

Mathew Ffurlong 

Patr. FfitzNicholas 

Patr. FfitzNicholas 

Nich. Ffrench 

Thomas FfitzHarris 

John Ffurlong 

Robert Hay 

Mathew Hay, The Hill 

Math. Hay 

George Hay 

George Hay 

Jam. Hay 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Robert Hay 

Gerrott Hay 

Math. Hay 

Nich. Hay 

Rich. Joyce 

Symon Joyce 

Mathew Joyce 

John Joyce 

Willm. Keating 

Jam. Keating 

Patrick Kelly 

Patr. Lampart 

Patr. Lampart 

Philipp Lampart 

Phillipp Lampart, Ballyheire 

John Murphy 

Phelim Morcho (Murphy) 

John Morris 

David Newport 

Walter Nutts 

James Pierce, Ballell 

Jam. Pierce 

Nich. Rochfort 

Willm. Rochfort 

Eichard Rosseter 

Thomas Roch, Drinagh 

Thomas Rosseter 

Willm. Rossiter 

Walter Rosseter 

John Roth 

Alexander Roch 

Hugh Eochfort 

Thomas Eossiter, Esq. 

Eoberfc Eossiter 

Robt. Roch 

John Roch 

Walter Roch, Esq. 

James Rochfort 

John Stafford 

Andr. Scurlock 

Jasper Sinnott 

Michaell Sinnott 

John Stafford, Ballyconnor 

Richard Sinnott 

Nicholas Stafford, BallymacAherne 

Nicholas Sutton 

Symon Sinnot, Ballygery 

John Sinnott 



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APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patr. Siunott 
Mary Stafford 
Patr. Sinnott 
Rowland Scurlock 
John Siunott, Ballyroan 
Simon Sinnott 
Edward Siggin 
Nicb. Stafford 
Henry Talbott 
Walter Talbott 
Paul Turner 
Cbristopber Turner 
Nicbolas Turner 
George Turner 
Nicbolas Turner 



NAMK AND ADDRESS. 

Ricb. Wbitty 

Ricb. Wadding, Ballycogly 

Mary Wbitty 

James Walsb 

George Wbite 

David Wbitty 

Walter Wbitty 

Ricb. Wadding 

Ricb. Wbitty 

Jobn Wbitty 

Tbomas Walsb 

Willm. Walsb 

Nicb. Wbitty 

Jobn Wadding 



Total: 125 Confiscations in tbe Barony of Fortb. 

Barony of Ballaghkeen. 

Eamy Morcbo 



Mayler Browne 

Willm. Browne 

Micb. Connor 

Nicb. Connor 

George Cbeevers 

Tbomas Codd 

James Conner 

Jasper Conner 

Jobn Dorane 

Bryan Dorane 

Edm. Dorane 

Jobn Ffagan 

Edmd. McJames Kenselagb 

Edwd. McJames Kenselagb 

Ricbard Elward 

James Eustace 

Antbony Kavanagb 

Eneas Kinselagb 

Bryan Morcboe 

Teige Morcboe* 

James Morcboe 

Tburlogb Morcboe 

Edm. Morcboe 

Hugb Morcboe 

Robt. Masterson 

Owen Morcboe 

(No addresses given in 

Total : 52 Confiscations 



Alexander Morcboe 

Edmond Morcbo 

Turlogb Morcbo 

Oliver Morcboe 

Patr. Masterson 

Brauu Morcboe 

Owen McCabir Redmond 

Oliver McGarrett Redmond 

Jobn Redmond 

Alexander Redmond 

Cbarles Redmond 

Art. McLinue Redmond 

Redmond Rocb 

David Sinnott 

Edward Siunott 

Jam. Stafford 

Pierce Sinnott 

Melzer Sinnott 

Ricb. Siunott 

Edm. Sinnott 

Artbur Siunott 

Mattbew Siunott 

Jobn Sinnott 

George Turner 

Jobn Ffagan 

tbe Return for tbis Barony.) 

in tbe Barony of Ballagbkeen. 



Morchoe : See No. 127 on the " Murphy " Genealogy, p. 11,3 of this Vohime. 



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Baron !i of Scarawalsh. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Bartholomew O'Bryne 

Pierce Buttler 

Willm. Boy 

Gerrald O'Breine 

Turlogh O'Breine 

Lewis O'Breine 

Hugh O'Breine 

Callagh McWillm. O'Breine 

Breine McDaniell O'Breine 

Lisagh McMorrogh O'Breine 

Edwd. McHugh O'Breine 

Morris McDaniell O'Breine 

Turlogh McDaniell O'Bryen 

Donogli O'Bryan 

Gerrald O'Bryne 

Dudley Colclough 

Daniell Doyle 

Rich. Ellward 

Joseph Ffarrell 

Nicholas Ffarrell 

Hugh McMorris Ffarrell 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Edmd. Hyre 

Willm. Jordan 

Teige McDonogh Jordan 

Daniell Jordan 

Art Jordan 

Art McMorrogh Jordan 

Murtogh McCahir Jordan 

George McMorrogh Jordan 

Knogher McTeige Jordan 

Morrish Kavanagh 

Daniell Kavanagh 

Sir Morgan Kavanagh 

Derby Kavanagh 

Edw. Fitz Rowland Masterson 

Edw. FitzRobert Masterson 

Edw. Masterson 

Rich. Shortall 

Edw. Sinnott 

David Sinnott 

Edward Synnott 

Willm. Turner 



(No addresses given in the Return for this Barony.) 
Total : 42 Confiscations in the Barony of Scarawalsh. 



Town and Liberties of Ross. 



Peter Archer 
Michaell Archer 
James Archer 
Michael Archer 
James Archer 
Ffrances Abby 
Willm. Bennett 
Marcus Blake 
Willm, Bennett 
Marcus Blake 
Andrew Barrick 
Edmd. Berne 
Math. Bennett 
Willm. Barker 
Willm, Barrick 
Anth. Barrick 
John Dormor 
Barnaby Dormer 
Paul Duffes Heires 
James Dellahide 



Nicholas Dormer 

Jam. Duffe 

Thomas Duffe 

Ffrances Dormer 

Thomas Duffe 

Nich. Duffe 

George Dormer 

Patrick Doyle 

Ffrancis Dermer 

James Dellahide 

James Dormer 

George Dormer 

Richard Delahide 

Paul Duff 

Mathew Dormer 

Nich. (FfitzGeorge) Dormer 

Patrick Doyle 

Daniell Duff 

Anthony Doyle 

Nicholas Dormer 



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APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

James Duff 
Seicily Dormer 
James Cromwell 
Edward Comerford 
Thomas Costelly 
Thomas Costollogh 
Edw. Comerford 
Walter Cottle 
John English 
Edwd. FfitzHarris 
Mathew FfitzHarris 
John Fferry 
Willm. FfitzHarris 
Edw. FfitzHarris 
Laurence Fferry 
Mathew FfitzHarris 
Clement Gough 
Clement Gough 
Michaell Hore 
Edw. Harres 
Jasper Hore 
Philipp Kenedy 
Ffrancis Knowles 
Thomas Kenedy 
Thomas Knowles 
P'francis Knowles 
Willm. Kealy 
Thomas Leiry 
Nich. Lynch 
Lord Mountgarrett 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Willm. Mottly 

John Mottly 

Richard, Lord Mountgarrett 

Nich. Mayler 

Mary Nevell 

James Nassy 

Morris Nevill 

Patr. Nevill 

Morrish Neale 

Mary Nevell 

Edmd. Fendergast 

Kichard Phelan 

Peter Phelan 

Jam. Rooth 

John Rooth 

Jam. Rooth 

John Rooth 

Edw. FfitzHarris (FfitzEichard) 

Edw. Rooth 

Eohert Shea 

Jane Sutton, Widow 

Jerom Stanton 

Marcus Shea 

Margarett Shickeins 

Thomas White 

Willm. White 

Anstas White 

Clement White 

Joane White 

Thomas White 



Total : 100 Confiscations in the Town and Liberties of Eoss. 



Bislioji's Lands. 



Thomas Harper 
James Wickein 
Nich. Rotchfort 
Nich. Nangle 
Giles Rotchfort 
Margarett Stafford 
Marcus Devereux 
Gerrott Hay 
Rich. Wadding 
Simon Sinnott 
Marcus Cheevers 
John Devereux 
George Dormor 
Thomas Roch 



James Codd 
Math. Codd 
Richard Whitty 
Willm. Rossiter 
Alexander Devereux 
Nichol. Bolger 
John Cheevers 
Nicholas Sutton 
John Roch 
John O'Quin 
Walter Nevill 
Willm. Sutton 
Willm. Hore 
Thomas Roch 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Walter Eossiter 
Eobert Euslier 
James Rotcbfort 
George Cheevers 
Willm. Hore 

Sir Samuel Smyth's Lady 
Sir Arthur Savage 
Thomas FfitzHarris 
Sir Andrew Aylmer 
Sir Eich. Masterson 
Dudly Colclough 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



John Ffurlong 
James Duff 
Marcus Ffurlong 
Pierce Sinnott 
Mr. John Allen 
Mr. Walter Cottle 
Thomas Briskett 
Mr. Plunkett 
Mich. Devereux 
John Synnott 
Patrick Hill 



Total : 50 Confiscations, of the Bishop's Lands. 



County Cork. 

"A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Cork, as 
they are returned in the severall Surveys of the said County." 



Barony of 

John Archdeacon, Munkstown 
Daniell McArt 
Richard Barry, Killrussane 
Richard Barry, Moydonilly 
Richard Barry, Ardra 
Thomas Barry, Southould Court 
Teige O'Bryen, Killnacorra 
Thomas Barry, Ballygarbery 
Teige O'Bryen, Killcurry 
Garrett Barry, Dongorny 
Garrett Barry, Ballyrediue 
Garrett Barry, Ballynaclasny 
Garrett Barry, Leamlary 
Garrett Barry, The Great Island 
Garrett Barry, Ballybrasna 
Thomas Barry, Ballyvolhane 
David Barry, Ballybrasnah 
David Oge Barry, Ballymore 
David Oge Barry, Killvillane 
David Barry, Ballingohig 
John Barry, Garranevage 
John Barry, Walstownemore 
John Barry, Elfortstowu 
John FitzJames Barry, Garrane 

kinefoake 
John Barry, Dongorney 
Edmond O'Bryen, Ballymealagh 
Edm. Barry, Ballincurrig I 

Total : 68 Confiscations in 



Barrymorc. 

David Barry, Bailingown 

Kenedy O'Bryen 

James Barry, Ballynashaneree 

James Barry, Ballybrittig 

John Barry 

Rich. Roch, Cork 

Robert Royce 

Francis Roch, Cork 

Morrish Roch, Great Island 

Dominick Roch, Cork 

James Roynayne, Cork 

Rich. Sinick 

Thomas Shiddy, Cork 

Thomas Sarsfield, Sarsfield's Court, 

Alderman of Cork 
Thomas Sarsfield, Cork 
Dominick Sarsfield, Cork 
James Sarsfield, Cork 
Willm. Sarsfield, Lord Viscount 

Killmallock 
Patrick Sarsfield, Cork 
Willm. Tirry FfitzGeorge, Cork 
Willm. Tirry, Cork 
Christopher Walter, Cork 
Eichard Walter, Bailybrasill 
Jam. Wall, Burgess, Killmallock 
Willm. Walter, Ballyknockan 

the Barony of Barrymore. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Imokilli/. 



XAME AND ADDRESS. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Mary Bourke 

Edm. Barry, Ballyrosiue 

Morrish Bronagli, Cloyue 

John Carew, Garrivoe 

John Carew 

Willm. Catter, Gearigh 

Garrett Canton 

Garrett Condon 

Sir Eobt. Copinger, Knt., Cork 

John Coleman, Cork 

Nich. Dalton, Ballyronahane 

John O'Dwyle, Cloyne 

Thomas Dexter, Cloyne 

Edm. FitzGerald, Esq., Ballymalof 

Edm. FfitzGeraki, alias McRobert- 

stone, Ballymacoda 
Eich. Galwan, Aldm., Youghal 
Edm. FfitzGerrald, late of Kill 
Rich. FitzGerald, late of Rosbillan 
Lady Ellen FfitzGerrald 
Widow FfitzGerrald, Rosbillane 
Morrish FfitzGerrald 
Morrish FfitzGerrald 
John FfitzGerrald, alias Gangogh 
Edm. FfitzGerrald, Ballymartin 
Gerrald FfitzJames Gerrald 
John FfitzRedmond Gerrald 
Morrish FfitzGerrald 
Garrett FfitzGerald 
Jam. FfitzGerald, Ball,yree 
Morrish FfitzGerrald, Kilbree 
James Galwaye, Cork 
John FfitzThomas Gerrald, Ardra 
Sir John FfitzGerrald 
James Gough 

Thomas FfitzJohn Gerrald, Cork 
Thomas FfitzGerrald,Ballylavecane 
Morrish FfitzGerald, Balliuvillin 
Willm. FfitzJames Gerrald, Cloyne 
Doctor Dominick Gough, Cork 
James FfitzJohn Gerrald 
Andrew Gallwaye 
Mary FfitzGerald, ahas Bom'ke 
John Glarin, Cloyne 
Willm. McDavid Head 
James Lombard, Cork 
Nich. Meagh, Youghal 

* Ballymalo : See Edmund, of Ballymalow, son of [8ir John, of Cloyne, who is 
Ko. 15 on the " Fitzgerald " Genealogy, p. 77 of this Volume. 



Jam. Magner 

Nich. Meagh 

Jam. Mathews, Cork 

Philipp Martell, Cork 

Willm. Poer, Shangarry 

Edm. Poer, Inchy 

Edm. Poer, Shangarry 

David Poer, Esq., Shangarry 

Teige MacCormick Carthy, Carrig- 

nemuck 
Daniell McCarthy, Carrignevar 
Cormuck McDonogh Carthy, Court- 
brack 
Boelagh McEgane, Coolequosane 
Owen McEgane, Rosnyscalp 
Piers Gould, Mercht., Cork 
David Gould 
Robert Gould 

Thomas O'Hierlihy, Kippagh 
David McTeige Hierlihy, Kippagh 
Daniell Oge Hierlihy, Kippagh 
Willm. O'Hierlihy, Inchinagughlin 
Daniell McShane Oge Healihy, 

Killcullin 
Oliver Healihy, Fforneght 
John Healihy FfitzPhilipp, Kilclogh 
Morrish McThomas Healihy, Lower 

Kilmatrane 
Dermott O'Healihy, Lower Kilmar- 

terane 
Donogh McThomas Healihy, Mony- 

tagirt 
Thomas Healihy, Barecarhine 
Thomas McDennis Healihy, Gow- 

lane 
Daniell McShane Healihy, Coole- 

mony 
John Long, alias O'Long 
John Long, alias O'Long, Kunavoy 
John Long, Mountlong 
Art O'Leary, Tiregea 
Cnogher McAuliff Leary, Gortin- 

callig 
Teige McDermott O'Leary, Tire- 

nespiddogg 
Daniell McArt O'Leary, Carrig- 

neleagh 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Auliff McDonogh O'Leary, Drum- 

carrig 
Lissagb O'Leary, Incbinaneane 
Donogh McA.uliff O'Learby, alias 

Garby, Clonesbarby 
Fferdinand O'Leary, Ragasgy 
Connor McDonogb O'Leary, East 

Grage 
Teige McDermott O'Leary, Derri- 

vane 
Dermod O'Leary, Tyrenelabard 
Ffynin McDermott O'Leary, Dir- 

renecossy 
Donogb McConuor O'Leary, Gear- 

inepeaky 
Connor McDermott O'Leary, lu- 

cbirninggwogane 
Dermott Oge Buy O'Leary, Drom- 

cotty 
Teige McDermott O'Leary, Coor- 

enebilly 
Cnogher Merygagb O'Leary, Carig- 

nacara 
Ffynin McDaniell O'Leary, Gurten- 

eadin 
Donnogb McAuHff O'Leary, Toriu- 

duff 
Laurence O'Leary, Incbinossig 
Teige McDermott Roe O'Leary, 

Glassinacolgan 
Connor McArt O'Leary, Gortindro- 

laue 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Dermott McFfynin O'Leary, Gourt- 

naloure 
Donogb McDermott O'Leary, Mon- 

nivadrogb 
Dermott Oge O'Leary, Tirrinasog 
Connor McAuliff O'Leary, Gortin- 

skullogb 
Daniell McTeige McDermod Buy 

(O'Leary) Gortnerva 
Cnogber McDermod Connor O'Leary, 

Curryangreuane 
Ffynin McTeige O'Leary, West 

Moinvadi-agb 
Donogb McCounor Oge O'Leary, 

Kealerebin 
Dermod McConnor O'Leary, Cool- 

erwo 
Ffynin McTeig O'Leary, Ratbtabiff 
Danll. McTeige O'Leary, Ratbtabiff 
Daniell McDonogb O'Leary, alias 

Duliogb, Lower Gortnelewre 
Donnogb McSbane O'Leary, Cap- 

panclarig 
James Oge Lombard, Mercbant, 

Cork 
Donogb Lord Visct. Muskry 
Donogb 0' M abowny, Knockcowr-ane 
Connor McFfynnin Mabony, Bally- 

mibill 
Nicb. Skiddy, Cork 
Owen McSweeny, Mussbanagiassy 



Total : 119 Confiscations in tbe Barony of Imokilly. 

Barony of Barretts. 



Ricbard Ffitz James Barrett, Gortyne 
James FfitsEdm. Barrett, Curry- 

leigb 
Willm. Barrett FfitzCoulogb, Cork, 

Gent. 
Ulick Barrett 
Jobn Barrett FfitzJames, West 

Pluckano 
Jam. Barrett FfitzEdmd. 
Ricbard Barrett, Gortyne 
Ellinor Barry, aZmsButtler, Widow 
Tbomas Bui-den, Knockaneburdoo- 

nagb 



alias 



James Coppinger, Cork 
Daniell McTeige Cartby, 

McDaniell 
Cbarles McDaniell Cartby 
Teige McDaniell Cartby, Kilblafurr 
wen McPbelim Cartby, Eegrealagb 
Cbarles Oge McCarty 
Plielim McDonogb Carty 
Owen McDaniell Carty 
Daniell McCartby 
Owen McDaniell Carty, Cornody- 

\)Q,crcf 

Danll.'' McTeige Carty 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

James Coppiuger, Esq. 

McDaniell 

Katlieriue Gould 
Joane Gould 
Nich. Gould, Cork 
James Gould, Cork 
Ffrancis Gould, Cork 
Thomas Ffitzgerrald, Cork 
Thomas Gould, Alderm,, Cork 
Richard Haly, Cork 
Willm. Healihy 
John Healihy 

Total : 42 Confiscations 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Willm. Lord of Kilmallock 
Thomas Martle, Alderm., Cork 
Stephen Meade, Cork 
James Eoch (FfitzDominick) and 

his (son) Steph. Roch, a Minor, 

Cork 
Morrish Roch, Alder., Cork 
Willm. Tirry, Dallingarry 
George Tirry, Cork 
Patrick Tirry, Cork 
Willm. Tirry (FfitzOliver), Cork 

in the Barony of Barretts. 



Barony of Bear e and Bantrtj. 



Danll. O'Sullivane Beare, Beare 

Cahil O'Sullivane Beare 

Owen Mc&hane Boy 

Thomas Browne 

Teige Buy 

Owen McDooling 

Owen McFynin Duff 

Teige McDaniell 

Ffynin McDermott 

Donogh McKnogher O'Donogane 



Mortogh McDaniell 

Owen McFfynin 

Eory McFfynin 

Dermod McFfyin 

Eandolphe Linchighane 

Dermott O'Liney, alias The O'Liney 

Owen Eiegh 

Murtagh McDaniell SuUivane 

Owen McTeige Sullivane 

Owen McTeige McDaniell Sullivane 



Total : 20 Confiscations in the Barony of Beare and Bantry. 



Xorth Liberties of Cork. 



Murtogh O'Bryue 
David Barry, BallyEoberts 
Katherine Creagh, Cork 
Daniell McCarthy 
Thomas Gould, Esq., Cork 
David Gould, Cork 
Anstace Gold, Cork 



James Gallway, Cork 
Anstace Tirry, alias Gold, Cork 
John Long, Siountlong 
David Lombard, Cork 
John Lombard, Cork 
George Meagh, Cork 
Eobert Verdon 



Total: 14 Confiscations in the North Liberties of Cork. 



South Liberties of Cork. 



Stephen Coppinger, Cork 

Edmd. Coppinger, Cork 

Domiuick Coppiuger, Esq., Cork 

John Dromy 

Edw. Gallwaye Ffitz Willm., Cork 

Willm. Gould, Cork 

John Gallway, Ballypheghane 



Thomas Gould, Esq., Cork 
Piers Gogau 
Willm. Gogan 
Patrick Gould, Cork 
George Gould, Cork 
David Gould, Cork 
Willm. Hore, Esq., Cork 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Robert Haly, Cork 
John Kent 
Guly O'Leaby 
James Lavallin 
Patrick Meade, Cork 
Richd. Eocb, Alderm., Cork 
John Eocb FfitzJames, Cork 
James Eocb, Cork 
Patrick Eocb, Cork 
James Eonane 

Total : 34 Confiscations 



m 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Jobn Eocb FfitzMorrisb 

Dominick Eocb, Cork 

James Rocb, Cork 

Willm. Eonane, Cork 

James Eocb, Cork 

Eicb. Eocb, Cork 

James Eocb Ffitzjobn, Cork 

James Eonane, Cork 

Jobn Eocb FfitzEdmd., Cork 

Edward FfitzTbomas Sarsfield,Cork 

the Soutb Liberties of Cork. 



Barony of Ibane 

Garrett Arundell 
Garrett Arundell, Acbidullane 
Andrew Aruadell 
Jobn FfitzEdmond Barry 
Tbomas Burgatt, county Limerick 
Willm. Barry 
Dermott Conly 

Dermott Cullenane, Clogbanerullin 
Dermott Canty 

Jobn McTeige Oge Cruoly (Crowley) 
Donnogb Cullin, Ballynecursy 
Teige McSbane Cruoly 
Daniell McCormick Carty 
Cabir Merigy Cartby 
Teige McFfyniu Carty 
Ffynin McDermott Carty 
Tbomas Cullinane 
Dermott Cartby 
Teige O'Donovane 
Daniell O'Donovane 
Daniell McEnesles O'Donovane, 
alias O'Enesles, Garry McEnesles 
Tbomas and Daniell O'Hea 
Willm. and Danll. O'Hea 



and Barryroe. 

Jobn O'Hea, Cruary 
Jobn Oge O'Hea, Timoleague 
Edm. O'Hea 

David McEobert Hodnett 
Jobn Oge O'Hea 
Edm. Hodnett 
Willm. O'Hea, Carrigroe 
Daniell O'Hea, Killine 
Edm. O'Hea and bis Brothers 
Ellen Ny Hart,''' widow 
Jobn O'Hea 

Daniell McCnogber O'Hea, Car- 
rigroe 
Teige O'Hart, Kuockpbonery 
Tbomas O'Hea 
Teige O'Hea 
William Hurley 
Dermod O'Hea 
Dermott O'Mabony 
Dominick Rocb, Kinsale 
Lady Sbagbnesb (Sbagnessy) 
Dermott O'Sbagnesb. 
Tbomas Walsb,f Esq. 



Total : 38 Confiscations in tbe Barony of Ibane and Barryroe. 



Jobn Browne, Kinsale. 
Bary Oge 



Liberties of Kinsale. 

I Sir Jeffery Gallway, Knt., Limerick 
I Edm. Gallway, Cork 



* Ny Hart : The prefix Ny to an Irish sirname is the term by which the dauyhter 
in a family is distinguished from the son : the prefix in whose case is Mac or 0. — See 
Note, p. 246. 

■^ Walsh: This Thomas was "Admitted to compound for his Estate (as a 
Protestant), by Order from his Highness, of ye 15th July, 1656." 



278 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Willm. Gould, Burgess, Kinsale 
Patr. Gallway, Burgfiss, Kinsale 
Edward Gallway, Kingsaile 
Robert Meagli, Kinsale 
Robert Meagb, Trogbsaxon 
David Mallefont, Nortb Watersland 
James Mallefont, Waterland 
Patrick Meagb Ffitzjames, Kinsale 
James Mallefont, Soutb Watersland 
Patrick Meagb, Burgess, Kinsale 
David Mallefont 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Ricb. Eocb, Alderm., of Cork 
Jobn Young FfitzWillm. 
Joane Rocb, widow, Kinsale 
Joane Eocb, widow, Ardcloyne 
Eicb. Rocb, Wbincb Island 
Pbilipp Eocb FfitzRicbard, Esq., 

Kinsale 
Cbristopber Walters, Cork 
Jolm Yong FfitzJames 
Eobert Meagb, Kingsaile 



Total : 24 Confiscations in tlie Liberties of Kinsale. 



Kinsale Suburbs. 



Jobn Browne 
Patr. Gallwaye, Kinsale 
Edw. Gallway 
Jobn Gallway 
Willm. Gallway 
Patr. Meagb 
Eobert Martell 
Pbilip Buy Eocb 
Eicb. Eocb FfitzGeorge 

Total : 17 Confiscations in tbe Suburbs of Kinsale 



James Eonane 

Jobn Yong FfitzWillm. 

Eicbard Yong 

Jobn Yong FfitzJames 

Sir Jeffery Gallway, Knt. 

Pbilipp Rocb 

Patrick Eocb, Kinsale 

Joane Eocb, Widow 



Barony of Courcey. 



Jobn Browne, Kinsale 

Gerrard, Lord Coursy, Baron of 

Kinsale 
Patrick, Lord Coursy 
Dermott O'Cullane, Gent., Clonn- 

course 
Donogb McDaniell Cartby, Ballin- 

garragb 
Daniell O'Donovane, Gent., Kill- 

colman 
Margaret Gallway, "Widow 



Jeffery Gallway, Kinsale 
Dominick Gallway, Kinsale 
James Kearny, Gent.,Garrettstowne 
Dominick Eocb, Gent., Kinsale 
Patrick Eocb, Kinsale 
Pbilipp Eocb, Kinsale 
Eicb. Eocb, Gliny 
Walter Yong 
Tbomas Yong 
Jobn Yong, Kinsale 



Total : 17 Confiscations in tbe Barony of Courcey. 



Youghal Liberties. 



Nicbolas Artbur 
Patrick Collins 
Tbomas Comyn, Limerick 
Jobn Coppinger, Yougbal 
Jasper Collins 



Tbomas Fitzgerald, Eostillau 
Edmd. Gougb, Yougbal 
James Gorman 
Ricb. Gougb 
Nich. Gallwau 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Gerrald FfitzgerraM, Dromany 
Richard Nagle 
Willm. Portungale, Youghal 
Thomas Prendergast 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Theohald Ronane 
James Eonane 
Widow Viuacks 
David Walsh 



Total : 18 Confiscations in the Liberties of Youghal. 



Barony of Carhery. 



John Burgatt 

Daniell Boig (now Bogne) 

Dermott O'Boig 

Dermott Ua (0') Buolly 

Dermott Buy 

Donogh O'Boig, Seur. 

Donogh O'Boig, Junr. 

Donogh Buy 

AuliffO'Crowly 

Bryan Crowly 

Callaghane McTeige Carthy 

Callaghane McCnogher Carthy 

Callaghane McOwen Carthy 

Callaghane McDonogh Carthy 

Chai'les McCarty Keagh 

Charles McCarty, alias McCarty 

Eeagh 
Charles McDermody Carty 
Cnogher McDermod Carty 
Charles McCarty 
Cnogherane Cnock" 
Cnogher McDermod Carty 
Cnogher O'Crowly 
Cnogher Crowly 
Cnogher McDaniell Carty 
Cnogher McFfynin Carty 
Cormuck McFfynin Carty 
Cormuck McDaniell Carty 
Cormuck McOwen Carty 
Cormuck McFfynin Carty 
Cormuck McDermod Carty 
Cormuck McDavid Crowly 
Cormuck McDaniell Carty 
Cormuck Gullane 
Cormuck McFfynin Carty 
Cormuck McOwen Carthy 
Cormuck McDermod Carty 
Cormuck McCarty 



Cormuck McOwen Carty 

Daniell M' Carty, alias McCarty Mor 

Daniell Carty 

Daniell McCormuck Carty 

Daniell McOwen Carty 

Daniell McCarty 

Daniell McOwen Carty 

Daniell McDonogh Carty 

Daniell McFfynin Carty 

Daniell McDonogh Carty 

Daniell O'Dowrane, alias Cullane 

Daniell McCormuck Carty 

Daniell McEanell Crowly 

Daniell McCarty 

Daniell McTeige Carty 

Daniell Cullane 

Daniell McOwen Carty 

Daniell McKnogher 

Daniell McOwen McDermody Carty 

Daniell McCormuck Carty 

Daniell McTeige Crowly 

David McDermott Crowly 

David Oge Crowly 

David O'Crowly 

Daniell McCnoghone 

Dermod Carty 

Dermod McCormuck Carty 

Dermod McDaniell Carty 

Dermod McDaniell Carty (2) 

Dermod McOwen Callanane 

Dermod McDaniell Carty, alias 

Crimiun 
Dermod McDonogh Carty 
Dermod Oge Crowly 
Dermod O'Crowly 
Dermod McFfynin Carty 
Dermott McTeige Carty 
Dermott McConnelly 



Cnock : This Irish sirname is uow anglicised HilL 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Dermod Oge McConn 

Dermod McCnoglier* 

Dermod Carty 

Dermod McCormuck 

Dermott McTeige Carty 

Dermod McDonogli Carty 

Dominick Coppinger 

Donogh Carty 

Donnogli O'Crowly 

Donnogh McDaniell Carty 

Donogh McTeige Connelly 

Donogh McTeige Carty 

Donogh MeOwen Carty 

Donogh McCnogher 

Donogh McDaniell Carty 

Donogh McDermod Carty 

Donogh McDaniell Carty 

Donogh McCarty 

Donogh McDaniell Carty 

Donogh Canty 

Donogh McOwen Canty 

Donogh McDaniell Carty 

Donogh McMwealmurry Canty 

Donagh McGillagh Canty 

Ffelemy McCormuck Carty 

Ffynin McCormuck Carty 

Ffynin McOwen Carty 

Ffynin McCormuck Carty 

Ffynin McCarty 

Ffynin McOwen Carty 

Ffynin McDermod Carty 

Ffynin McCormuck Carty 

Ffynin McDavid Crowly 

Ffynin McDermod Carty 

Ffynin McDaniel Carty 

Ffynin McOwen Carty 

Ffynin Oge Carty 

Ffynin McDermott 

Ffynin McCnogher 

Ffynin McCormuck Carty 

Ffynin Carty 

Fflorence McCarty 

Fflorence McCarty (2) Beudu£f,Earl 

of Castlehaven 
Fflorence McOwen Carty, Rebarry 
Fflorence Carty 
Gillagh Canty 

* McCnogher : This Irish nanae is now anglicised Hillyer, HiUer, HiUn-x, and 
HilUard. See Note. p. 279, where "cnoc" or "cnock" whicli is the Irish for /r^V/, 
has been anglicised Hill, 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Hugh McCnogher 

James Copinger 

John McFfynin Callanane 

John McDaniell Carty 

Owen McCnogher Carty 

Owen McDonogh Carty 

Owen McFfynin Carty 

Owen McCormuck 

Owen McDonogh Carty 

Owen McCallaghane Carty 

Owen McDonogh Carty 

Owen Sweny, alias Carty 

Owen McCormuck Carty 

Owen McDonogh Carty 

Owen McDonogh Callanane 

Owen McCallaghan Carty 

Owen McTeige Carty 

Owen McDaniell Carty 

Owen Carty 

Owen McCormuck Carty 

Owen MacDaniell Carty 

Eandall Oge Crowly 

Owen MacTeige Carty 

Widow Donovane, alias Carty 

Eannell McCnogher 

Richard Coppinger 

Eichard McCnogher 

Teige McDonogh Carty 

Teige McFfynin Carty 

Teige Oge Crowley 

Teig McDermott Crowly 

Teig OCrowIy, alias The O'Crowly 

Teig Oge OCrowly 

Teig McFfynin Carty 

Teig Crowly 

Teig McCormack 

Teig McDermod Crowly 

Teig Crone 

Teig Oge Crowly 

Teig Carty 

Teig Oge O'Crowly 

Teig McAulifi' Crowly 

Teige McDavid Crowly 

Teig McEny Carty 

Teig Downy, alias Carty 

Teig McCarthy 

Teig O'Driscoll, alias Carragh 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Teig McCnoglier 

Teig McFfynin Carty 

Teige Carty 

Thomas Callanane 

Thomas Coppiuger 

WilHam Canty 

Browne McDermod 

Callaghane McDonogh 

Cnoghor McDaniell 

Cnogher McRannell O'Donovane 

Cuogher McDermod Douovane 

Cnogher McEanell Doncvane 

Willm. Canty 

Cnogher McRanell O'Donovane 

Cnogher McTeige Donovane 

Cnoghor O'Briscoll, alias Crone 

Cnoghor O'Donovane 

Cnogher Oge Briscoll 

Cnogher McMurtogh Briscoll 

Cnogher O'Briscoll alias Crone 

Cnogher McFfynin DriscoU 

Crogher McEnrevane Driscoll 

Cnogher Oge McErsevane Driscoil 

Cnogher Oge Douovane 

Cnogher McDonogh 

Cormack M'Donnogh Driscoll 

Cormack O'Daly 

Daniell O'Donovane, alias The 

O'Donovane 
Daniell Oge Donovane 
Daniell O'Donovane 
Daniell McCnogher Donovane 
Daniell M'Cnogher McDermody 

Donovane" 
Daniell McDermod Driscoll 
Daniell McDaniell 
Daniell Oge Donovane 
Daniell McDonogh (Donovane) 
Daniell (2) McDonogh (Donovane) 
Daniell O'Donovane 
Daniell McDermody 
Dermod McTeige Donovane 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Dermod Oge Donovane 
Dermod O'Driscoll 
Dermod Buy Donovane 
Dermod M'Daniell Donovane 
Dermod M'Teige Donovane 
Dermod MacEnnesles Donovane 
Dermod McConn Driscoll 
Dermod Oge Driscoll 
Dermod Driscoll 
Dermod McCnogher Driscoll 
Dermod McFfynin Driscoll 
Dermod Donovane 
Dermod McDonogh 
Dermott Daly 

Donogh McTeige Donovane 
Donogli Oge Donovane 
Donogh MacMurtogh Donovane 
Donogh McCnogher Donovane 
Donogh O'Donovane 
Donogh McDermody 
Donogh O'Driscoll, alias Carsa 
Donogh O'Driscoll 
Donogh O'Driscoll 
Donogh O'Driscoll (2) 
Donogh McFfynin Driscoll 
Donogh McCn-^gher Driscoll 
Donogh Carragh O'Driscoll 
Donogh M'Fynin Driscoll 
Donogh M 'Dermod 
Donogh O'Driscoll, a/msCarragh 
Donogh McDaniell (O'Driscoll if 
Donogh Carragh O'Driscoll 
Donogh McDermody 
Donogh O'Donovane 
Donogh Oge O'Donovane 
Donogh McDermod (Donovane) 
Donoch O'Daly 
Enis O'Daly 

Ersevan McDermod Driscoll 
Ersevan Oge Driscoll 
Ffynin McDermod (Driscoll) 
Ffynin McDermott Driscoll 



* Donovane: This name Daniel McCnogher McDermody Donovane means : "Daniel 
Donovane, son of Cnogher, son of Dermody." 

f O'Driscoll : The names above and below this Donogh have the sirname 
" O'Driscoll " expressed therein. We are therefore of opinion that this name should 
read " Donogh McDaniel O'Driscoll " or " Donogh O'Driscoll, son of Daniel." Hence 
have we here and in several places, in/ra, in similar cases placed the sirname in s, 
parenthesis, 



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APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Ffynin O'Driscoll 

Ffynin McCnogher Driscoll 

Ffynin Oge McConn Driscoll 

Ffynin McConn Driscoll 

Ffynin Oge na Park Driscoll 

Fflorence O'Driscoll 

Hugh McCnogber Donovane 

Hugh McDonell 

Hugh McErrevan Driscoll 

M'Conn McDonogh Driscoll 

McGillagh Dufi:' (Driscoll) 

Morogh O'Donovane 

Morragh McTeige Donovane 

Morrogh McDaniell Donovane 

Murtogh McDermod Donovane 

Murtogh O'Donovane 

Murtogh McDaniell Donovane 

Morrogh McCnogher Driscoll 

Murtogh McTeige Donovane 

Morrogh O'Donovane 

Owen Daly 

Owen Daly (2) 

Owen McDaniell Dal}^ Dallyronane 

Owen O'Dally 

Eannell McCnogher Donovane 

Eannell McDaniell Donovane 

Eannell McDermody 

Eich. McTeige O'Donovane 

Eich. M'Teige O'Donovane (2) 

Rich. Donovane 

Teig Carty, alias Downe* 

Teig O'Downe 

Teig McDonogh O'Downe 

Teig McDermod Donovane 

Teige Donovane 

Rich. O'Donovane 

Teig O'Donovane 

Teig McDaniell Donovane 

Teig McDonough Donovane, alias 

Liegh 
Teig McDonogh Driscoll 
TeigO',Driscoll, alias The O'Driscoll 
Teig Donovane 

Teig McCnogher, alia^ Roe Driscoll 
Teig McFfynin Driscoll 
Teig McDermody Donovane 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Teig (2) McDermody 

Teig McEich. Donovane 

Teig McDonogh 

Cnogher Oge McErrevane 

Daniell McEnesles 

Donogh O'Driscoll, alias Carragh 

Teige MacCnoghor Donovane 

Hugh McEnrevane 

Teig McEnesles 

Cnogher McFfyniu 

Cnogher McFfynin Oge 

Daniell MacFfynin 

Daniell (2) MacFfynin 

Daniell O'Mahowne (O'Mahony) 

Ffane 
Dermod McFfynin (O'Mahowne) 
Donogh McFfynin (O'Mahowne) 
Donogh McFfynin (O'Mahowne) 
Ffynin O'Mahowne Ffane 
Edm. Fitzgerrald 
Owen MacFfynin (Carty) 
Cnogher Oge MacGullyduff 
Teige Cnogher MacFfynin 
Teig MacFfynin 
Dermod MacFfynin Gagy 
Dermod Carty, alias Glask 
Teig Glaunton 
Owen Granagh 
Dermod (2) Carty alias Glask 
Owen na Gappull 
Teig McDermod Gearhy 
Teige na Glure 
Teig MacFfynin Ganka 
Teig MacDermod Gorhy 
Cnogher MacHugh 
David Hurly 
David MacWillm. Hurly 
Dermod McHugh 
Dermod na Harragh 
Dermod MacDonogh MacHugh 
Morrish McWillm. Hurly 
Randell Oge Hurly 
Eandell Hurly 
William Oge Hurly 
Willm. MacRanell Hurly 
Dermod na Kearcogh 



* Downe : Now rendered Downing and Downey. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Willm. Oge Hurly 
Donnogh MacDaniell Hurly 
Daniell MacTeige Kittagh (Hurly) 
Teige Kittagh (Hurly) 
Donogh Kittagh (Hurly) 
Cormuck MacDaniell Carty, alias 

Linagh 
Donogh Leagh 
Dermod na Lanne 
Cnogher Leagh 
Donogh Oge Leagh 
Cnogher O'Mahowny, aUas MacAdile 
Dermod Leagh 
Lady Dowager of Muskery 
Teig MacDonogh Leagh 
Cnogher O'Mahowny 
Cnogher MacFfynin O'Mahowny 
Cormack na Muck (O'Mahony) 
Daniell Oge O'Mehigan 
David O'Mahowne 
Dermod O'Mahowne 
Dermod na Muck (O'Mahony) 
Dermod Oge MacMortogh 
Dermod MacMortogh 
Dermod McMelaghlin 
Dermod O'Mahowne, alias Muskry 
Donnogh Oge Murphy 
Donnogh Merrigoe (? Murphy) 
Donogh MacMelaghlin 
Donogh O'Mahowne 
Donogh O'Mehigane 
Donogh Oge O'Mehigan 
Donogh Mahowny (now Mahony) 
Ffynin O'Mahowny 
Joane Ny Marhity 
John Merrigoe 

John Carty, alias Muckologh 
Melaghlin MacMurtogh 
Teige O'Crowly, alias Maddry 
Teige MacMurtogh 
Teige Nesig 
Daniell Oge 
Teige MacOwen 
Dermott Oge 
Teige Oge 
Dermott MacOwen (O'Crowly) 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Ffynin Nassig (O'Crowly) 

Donogh MacOwen (O'Crowly) 

Ffynin (Mac)Teige (O'Crowly) 

Dermod O'Quinelly (now G'KinneUy) 

Cnogher Roe (O'Quinelly) 

Dermod Brack Quinelly 

Daniell Oge Reagan 

Daniell MacRannell 

Daniell MacRannell Reagan 

Donogh MacRickard 

James Roch 

Joane Reagan 

Joane Roch 

Richard MacDanniell Eeagan 

Richard Rock 

Teig MacShaue Reagan 

Teig Rawre (Rawer) Reagan 

Thomas Roch 

Dermod MacShane 

Dermod MacShittery 

Donogh MacShittery 

Kenedy MacShittery 

Kenedy MacDermod Shittery 

Morrogh MacSheehy 

Philipp Sullivane 

Rannell Stoky 

Teige MacShittery 

Charles MacTeige 

Cnogher MacTeige 

Daniell MacTeige 

Daniell O'Sullivano 

John MacTeig, alias MacTeige 

Daniell MacTeige 

James Terry 

John MacDaniell, aVias MacTeige 

MacConn MacTeige 

Ffynin MacTeige 

Mortogh MacTeige 

Morris MacTeige 

Teig O'Tlea 

Teig O'Cullane, alias Tottane 

Dermod MacTeige 

Dermod (2) MacTeige 

Dermod (3) MacTeige 

Sir Nich. Walsh 



Total : 429 Confiscations in the Barony of Carbery. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Kerricurrihy. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

John Archdeacon 

John Barry 

David Barry 

Dermod MacTeig Carty 

Dermod MacTeig Carty (2) 

Sir Robert Coppinger 

Willm. Dally 

Philip Gogin 

Philip Gogin 

William Gogin 

James Goggin (Ffitz Philip) 

Helena Goggin, alias Barry 



NAMH AND ADDRESS. 



Willm. Goggin 
Willm. Gould, Cork 
James Healy 
John Meade 
James Nugent 
James Nugent (2) 
Thomas Nugent 
Philip Nougent 
Philip Roch 
Philip Roch (2) 
Patrick Roch 
James Ronane 



Total : 24 Confiscations in the Barony of Kerricurrihy. 



Barony of Kinalea. 



Thomas Artie 

Willm. Barry 

Philip Barry 

David Barry 

Philip Barry Oge, Esq., Riucurraue 

Rich. Barry, Bealfoyle 

Philip Barry (FfitzJames) 

Margaret Gassy 

Willm. Cassy 

Honora Ffitzgerrald 

Willm, Goggin, Barnehely 

Edm. Ffitzgerald 

Patrick Gallway, Kinsale 

Pierce Goggin 

John Long, Mountlong 

-Long, Mountlong 

John Long 
John O'Leah (O'Lee) 
John Loung 
Helena O'Leah 



James Long 

Auliff O'Leyn 

John Mead, Meadstown 

James Mellifont 

Rich. Roch, Ffortogh 

Rich. Roch (2) 

James Roch 

Catline Roch 

Rich. Roch FitzDavid 

Philipp Roch 

Philipp Roch FfitzRichard 

John Roch 

Dom. Roch, Kinsale 

David Oge Roch 

Patrick Roch 

Edm. Sarsfield, Cork 

Robert Oge, Tyrry 

Walter White 

Mathew White 

John Yong, Kinsale 



Total : 40 Confiscations in the Barony of Kinalea. 



Barony of Orrery and Kihnnre. 



John Barry 
Redmond Barry 
John Barry, alias 

Barry 
Morrish FfitzGerrald 



MacRobiston 



Morrish Gibbon 
Rich. Gibbon 
John Lumbard 
Nich. Lumbard 
Edmd. Maguire 



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NAME AND ADDKES:^. 



Robert Maguir 
David Power 
Lord Roch 
Henry Slingsby, Esq. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Hugoly Spencer 
David Stapleton 
Garrett Supple 
Henry Wall 



Total : 17 Confiscations in the Barony of Orrery and Kilmore. 



Donogli O'Callabaue 
Callabane O'Callahane 
Owen O'Callahane 
Dermod MacSbane O'Callahane 
Dermod MacTeige O'Callahane 
Donnogh MacDermod O'Callahane 
Donogli O'Callahane 
Cahir O'Callahane 
Lehland O'Callahane 
Dermod O'Callahane 
Teige Roe O'Callahane 
Donnogh Charty 
Dermod MacCarty 
Dermod Carty 
Teige Oge Charty 
Total : 



Barony of Duhallow. 

Sir James Cragg, Knt. 

Eneas O'Daly 

Dermod MacDavid Hunane 

Donnogh MacEdm. Hunane 

Dermod Oge O'Hunane 

Teige Oge O'Hunane 

Teig MacPatrick O'Hunane 

Morrish MacRichard O'Hanane 

DaniellO'Kieffe 

Wm. Lumbard 

Robert Magwir 

John O'Molane 

Fflorence McAuliff 

Dominick Tyrry 



Doctor Anthony 

Cosny Clancy 

Thomas Coppinger 

Garrett Cusheen 

John Dounane 

Edmd. Fitzgerald, son of John, Esq. 

Thomas Ffitzgerrald, Cork 

Thomas MacGrath 

Donogh Henesy 

John Henesy 

Thomas Henesy 

Willm, Henesy 

Hugh Hide 

James Lavallin 

John Lavallin, Cork 

Melchior Lavallin 

James Leach 

"Widdow Morris 

James Naigle 

Pyers Naigle 

Edm. Naigle 

Edmd. Ffeene (Fionn) Roch 

Edmd. Roch 



29 Confiscations in the Barony of Duhallow. 
Barony of Fermoy. 

James Roch (FfitzWilliam) 

James Roch (FfitzDominick) 

John Roch Ballynemona 

John Roch 

John Roch (FfitzUlick) 

Morrish, Lord Visct. Roch 

Morrish Roch 

Morrish Roch, late Mayor of Cork 

James Roch (FfitzHenry) 

Pyerco Roch 

Redmond Roch, Esq. 

Redmond Koch (FfitzJames) 

Theobald Eoch 

Theobald Eoch (FfitzUhck) 

Ulick Eoch, Ballindangin 

Theobald FitzJohn Roch 

Ulick Eoch, late deceased 

Ulick Eoch, Castlekevin 

Ulick Eoch (FfitzJohn) 

Wiliam Eoch 

William Spencer 

Eobert Wall 

William Wall 



Total : 46 Confiscations in the Barony of Fermoy. 



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Barony of Condons (and (Uanglbhon). 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

David Canton 

Roger Carter 

Richard Condon, Esq. 

Edm. Canton 

Garrett Canton 

James Canton 

John Canton, Eahely 

John Condon, Heir of Richard 

Condon, deceased 
John (2) Condon 
Luke Carew, " Rebell " 
Patrick Canton's Heirs 
Garrett Condon 
Edmd. Condon 
Richard Canton 
Rich. Condon 
Thomas Canton and Sheela his 

Mother 
Sir Richard Everard, Knt. 



>'AMK AND ADDRESS. 

Sir Edmd. FfitzHarris 

Lady FfitzHarris 

James Henly 

Oliver FfitzHarris 

Hugh Hyde 

Donogh MacGrath 

Thomas MacGrath's Relict 

Patrick Mead 

Redmd. Roch 

James (FfitzWillm.) Roch 

Willm. Roch, Killeagh 

David Barsfield, Lord Visct. Kil- 

mallock 
John Sherlock 
Pyers Sherlock 
Ellen Canton, alias Stanton 
Owen MacTerlogh 
Michael Waters 
Robert Walsh, Esq., and his Wife 



Total : 35 Confiscations in the Barony of Condons (and Clangibbon). 



County Kerry. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors' names in the county of Kerry, as 
they are returned in the Civill Survey of the said. County." 

Barony of Corkaguiny. 



James Ase (? '' Ashe ") 

Edward Barry 

John Bowler 

Sir Valentine Browne 

Thomas Browne 

Daniel MacBryen 

John MacCoig 

Teig Croghan 

Charles MacDuill (now MacDoicell ) 

Teig MacDavid Oge 

William Daniell 

Owen Dooney 

Perse Fferitter 

Thomas Fferitter 

Gerrott Fitzgerrald, alias Mac- 

E dmond 
Donnogh Grady 
Edmond Fitz(John)Gerrald, Tire- 

brin 



Ellen Ny Gragh alias Bryan 

Gerrott (MacNicliollas)Gerrald and 
his Heirs 

Morris Fitzgerrald, Gallaris 

Morris Fitzgerrald, Esq., Castleis- 
shane 

Edmond FitzJohn Gerald 

John MacRobert Gerrald 

James MacThomas Gerrald 

John Goulding 

John Grifi'en 

James MacGerrald 

John Fitzgerrald, Esq., alias Knight 
of Kerry : " His Estate at present 
suspended from disposall, by an 
order from the Councell." 

Lawrence Griffin 

Richard Goulding 

Thomas MacMorris Gerrald 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Morris Ffitzgerrald, Glandine 

Morris Hussey 

Walter Hussey, Moyle Hussey, in 
the County of East Meatli 

Capt. Walter Hussey 

Nicholas Hussey 

Owen Kealligh (Kielly) 

Eoger Kennedy 

John Kennedy 

Daniell Moriarty 

Garrett Maw 

Henry Moore 

John MacWilliam Moore 

Mortagh MacTeig Moriarty 

Morris Moore 

Nicholas Madgett 

Nicholas Morris 

Teig Moriarty 

Teig MacEdmond MacDonnogh 
Moriarty 

Edward Nagle 

Owen MacMorrish 

John Nagle, Deceased 

James Nagle 

John Nagle (FfitzJohn) 

John Nagle 

Nicholas Nagle 

Petter Nagle 

Richard Nagle 

Nicholas Nagle 

Morris MacPatrick (Nagle),deceased 

Thomas MacPhillipp (Nagle) 

Andi'ew Rice FitzJames 

Andrew Rice 

James Kice FitzPeirse 

Dominick Eice FitzRichard; de- 
ceased 

Peirse Eice 

Dominick Eice FitzPeirse 

Edward Eice FitzDominick 

Ellenor Eice 

James Eice 

James Eice FitzPeirse 

Joane Eice, alias Hussey 

Peirse Eice, a child 

Katherine Ny Eedmond 

Patricke Eice FitzTliomas 

Eichard Eice 

Rowland Eice 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Stephen Eice FitzDominick 

Edward Eice FitzEichard 

Edward Eice FitzEdmond 

Edward Eice FitzJames 

Andrew Rice 

Andrew Eice 

Dominick Eice FitzJames 

Pattrick Rice FitzRichard 

Patrick Rice FitzTliomas 

Andrew Skiddy, Dingle 

Christian Skiddy 

Thomasin Spring 

Edward Spring, Esq., "A Protes- 
tant since ye first of November, 
1654." 

Teig MacDaniel Shea 

John MacDaniell Shea 

Morrogh O'Shea 

Morris Trant 

Christian Trant, alias Skiddy 

Christian Trant 

David Trant FitzWilham 

Dominick Trant 

Garrott Trant FitzThomas 

James Trant FitzJohn 

James Trant FitzEdward 

James Trant ; deceased 

Morris Trant, " the Sonne of James 
Trant " 

James Trant FitzPatrick 

John Trassy 

James Trant FitzNicholas 

James Oge Trant and his Heirs 

Morris Trant, the Sonne of Eichard 
Trant, deceased 

Morrish Trant 

Richard Trant, Resident in France 
those 18 years 

The Heirs of Richard Trant, the 
Elder 

Thomas Trant FitzGilbert 

Thomas Trant and his Son Garrett 
Trant 

John Mac Teig (Trant) 

Garrott Trant FitzJames, deceased, 
and his Heir Edward Trant, 
" Protestant six years before the 
taking this Survey, which was 
in March, 1654." 



288 



NAME AND ADDKES3. 



Morris Trant John Walsh 

James Trant Dominick Rice 

James Trant, deceased 1 ceased 

Gerrott Trant, his son/ 

Total : 123 Confiscations in the Barony of Corkagaiiny. 

Barony of Clcumoroght. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



FitzStephen, de- 



Daniell MacTeig O'Duffe 
Ffinin MacDermot 

MacFinin Duffe 

Sheely Ni Dauiell, widow 

Teig MacDaniell 

Coll. Donnogh MacFfinnine, Ard- 

tully 
Dermott MacFfiuine 
Elizabeth (Ni) Ffinine, widowe 
Koger MacFfinine 
David Meagh 
Edmond MacMoyle Murrey 

Total : 21 Confiscations iu 



Dermott MacOwen (Murrey) 
Mortagh MacRyry Murrey 
Doctor Morris Eoch, Cork 
Cnogher Suilivane, alias Capt. 

Clamper 
Eleene Suilivane, widow 
Ellinor Suilivane, widdow 
Eoger MacDaniell Suilivane 
Daniell MacOwen Suilivane, Glan: 

Inchiquine 
Roger MacTeig 
Daniell MacTeige 

the Barony of Clannoroght. 



Barony 

Dermott Oge MacBuoge 

Owen MacDermott MacBuoge 

Owen MacTeig MacBuoge 

Capt. Thomas Browne 

Daniell MacDermott MacBuoge 

Owen MacTeig MacBuoge 

Donogli Croghon 

Daniell MacCnogher 

Ffinine MacDermott Carty 

John Carew 

Owen MacCnogher 

Owen MacCragh 

Teig an Collin (MacCragh) 

Owen MacCarty 

Teig MacCnogher 

Cnogher MacDaniell 

Cnogher MacTeig DulluUiefi'e 

Daniell an Drughta 

Ffinyne an Downey 

Owen MacDermott Oge 

Owen MacDermott 

Owen MacCnogher MacDermott 

Teig Oge an Droughty 

Teig MacDermott MacDonnogh 

Ffynyne MacTeig Dulhefe 



of Dunkerron. 

Cnogher MacFfynyne 

Dermott MacTeige MacGillycuddy 

Fynyne 
John Ferres 
John Ferres 

Lieut. Col. MacGuillycuddy (now 
MacGillicuddy), of Castle Caragh 
Dermott MacDonough MacGilly- 
cuddy 
Daniell an Gluna 
Ffynyne MacCnogher Mac Gulli- 

cuddy 
Sir Jeffrey Gallway, Knt., late of 

Limerick 
John Hussey 
Dermott O'Lyne," Junior 
Dermott MacMorrice (O'Lyne) 
Teig MacMortagh (O'Lyne) 
Cnogher MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Daniell MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Dermott MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Teig MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Teig (1) MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Teig Oge (0 Lyne) 
Daniell MacOwen (O'Lyne) 



* O'Lyne : This siniame is now rendered Lyons. 



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NAMB AXD ADDRESS. 

Daniell (2) MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Teig MacOwen (O'Lyne) 
Buogli MacTeig Sullivane 
Cnogher MacTeig Sullivane 
Cnogher MacDaniell Sullivane 
Daniell MacOwen Sullivane 
Dermott MacDaniell Sullivane 
Daniell 0' Sullivane 
Dermott MacOwen Sullivane 
Daniell Oge 0' Sullivane 
Joane Sullivane, widow 
Owen 0' Sullivane More, alias 

The 0' Sullivane, Dunkeron 

Castle. 

Total : 70 Confiscations in 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Owen O'SuUivaae, uncle to 0' Sulli- 
vane More 
Dermott MacOwen Sullivane 
Teig MacDermott Sullivane 
Teig MacCnogher Sullivane 
Owen MacSwidy 
Cnogher MacTeig 
Daniell an Trughy 
Donnogh MacTeig 
Gullycuddy MacTeig 
Owen MacTeig 
Owen (2) MacTeig 
Teig MacCnogher MacTeig 
Dermott MacTeig 
the Barony of Dunkerron. 



Nicholas Browne, Cagharagh 
Nicholas Browne, Cagharagh, de- 
ceased 
Sir Valentine Browne, Knt. and 

Baronet, of Ross and MoUohaffe 
Charles Reagh Carthy, Lisnagowue 
Charles Carthy, Clonneniellane 
Daniell MacCarthy More alias The 

MacCarthy More, Pallice and 

Castle Lough 
Coll. Daniell Oge MacCarthy, 

Ballincarrig 
Daniell MacCormock Carthy, Junior 
Daniell (2) MacCormock Carthy, 

a Minor, Fferanimduagh 
Daniell (3) MacCormock Carthy, 

Ballyverane 
Daniell (4) MacCormock Carthy 
Dermott MacFfinyne Carthy, Kil- 

lone 
Daniell MacOwen Carthy 
Daniell MacDermott Carthy 
Donogh MacTeige Carthy 
Donough MacCormock Carthy 
Dermot MacOwen Carthy 
Dermod O'Cullane (now " Ctdlen "), 

Doonesbine 
Daniell Oge Carthy, Doongule 
Ellen Connell, widow 
John Cluvane 
Walter Carew 



Barony of Magunihij. 



Fflorence MacDermod Carthy, 

deceased 
Ffynine MacDaniel Carthy 
Mortagh MacTeig Carthy 
Owen MacCarthy 
Owen Beg Carthy 
Owen MacCarthy, Eastfagha 
Owen Oge Carthy 
Owen MacMortagh Carthy 
Owen MacDaniell Carthy 
Teig MacShane Groghin 
Teig MacDaniell Oge Carthy, 

Corbally 
Daniell Oge Carthy, Ballincarige 
Owen Oge Carthy 
Cormock O'Dally, Ballydaly 
Eneas O'Dally, Ballydally 
Geoffery O'Donnoghue, alias The 

O'Donnoghue of the GHne,Killagh 
Cosneegh MacEgan 
Elizabeth Fynyn, alias Stephenson, 

widow 
Murrough MacOwen Fferres 
Murriagh MacOwen Ferres, Bally- 

malis 
John Heally 

Daniell na Launie (Heally) 
Dermod MacFfynyne Maghony 
Fferres MacOwen (Maghony) 
Muriagh MacOwen (Maghony) 
David Power, Esq.Kilbolaue,co. Cork 



Total : 48 Confiscations in the Barony of Magunihy. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Clanmaurict. 



NAME AXD ADDRESS. 

David Andrews, " A Papist till 

May, 1G54 " 
Kobert Andrew, deceased 
Gerrott Brennagh (now "Walsh") 
Thomas Brenagh 
John Browne, Clasmolton 
Roe Browne 
Willm. Browne 
Sir David Bourk 
Donnogh O'Karuy 
Ellen Cantillon 
Eichard Cantillon, deceased 
Thomas MacShane Cantillon 
Thomas Cantillon, alias Cantillon, 

Ballyronane 
Sir John Crosbey, Knt. 
Patrick Coursey 
Phillip Coridou 
John Oge ODrea, Dromichea 
Morris MacDaniell, alias The Mac- 

Daniell, Rathwoe 
Morris O'Dinaghan 
Eobert O'Dooney 
Cormocke Ffarrell 
Joane Hussey, alias Pearsey 
Morris Hussey 

Garrett FitzJohn (Hussey), Leeke 
Thomas Joy, Esq., Ballinruder 
William Joy 

Giles, Lady Dowager of Kerry 
Donogh O'Lyne 
Richard Lucett 
Anly O'Lyne 
Edmond FfitzThomas FitzMorrice 

(now Fitzmaurice ) 
John FitzThomas FitzMorrice 
Robert FitzMorrice, Esq. 
Edmond FitzMorris, and his son,> 
Edmond FitzMorrice > 

Nicholas FitzMorrice, "A Protestant 

since July, 1652 " 
Coll. Edmond FitzMorrice, Tubbrid 
Gerrott MacRobert FitzMorrice 
Morrice FitzMorrice, Esq., and his 

son, Gerrald, deceased 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Margeret Ni James Morrice, de- 
ceased 

Thomas FitzMorrice, Ballykealy 

Robert Niall 

Gerrott Peirse (now Pearse) 

John MacMorrice Peirse 

Morrice Mac Richard Peirse 

John Peirse 

John MacJames Peirse, deceased 

Nicholas Peirse 

James Peirse 

John MacMorrice Peirse 

James Peirse, Ballymac Iquin 

Peirse FitzJames Peirse 

William Peirse 

John FitzJames Peirse, Ballymac- 
quine 

John MacMorrice Peirse 

Pattrick Peirse, Aghamore 

Thomas MacEdmond Peirse 

Thomas Prondivell 

Pattrick Peirse 

John FitzJames Peirse 

James Peirse 

Willm. Peirse 

Nicholas Peirse 

Andrew Rice, Dingle 

John Rice 

Dominick Rice, deceased, Ballin- 
goole 

Capt. Gerrott McShane, Leeke 

James Oge Stack, Gareenegory 

John Oge Stack, Aghacurhy 

James Oge Stack, Garribane 

Richard Stacke, deceased, and now 
his Sonne Wm.Stacke,Aghamiryne 

Richard Stacke, L-rymoore 

Richard Stacke, Cloghane 

Thomas Oge Stacke, Garrynea 

Richard Stacke, deceased 

Thomas Stacke, Esq. 

John MacJames Pyers 

Patrick Pyers 

Pyers FitzJames Pyers 

Thomas Stack, Garrynea ' 



Total : 81 Confiscations in the Barony of Clanmaurice, 



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Baronij of Iraghticonnor. 



NAME AND ADDRKSS. 

Dermott MacBryen 
Bryan O'Conner 
Connor O'Bryan, Esq. 
Donnogb O'Connor 
Teig O'Conner 
James Conner 
Murrogh Conner 
Thomas Conner 
Walter Crosby 
James Conner 
Bryan MacDonogh 
Margeret Edmonds 
Stephen Higgin, Merchant 
Stephen Higgin (2) 
Gerrott FitzJohn (Higgin) 
Capt. Gerrott FitzJohn (Higgin) 
Gerrott FitzJames (Higgin) 
John FitzJames (Higgin) 
Thomas Joy 
Gerrott FitzGerald 
John MacHugh Keneley 
Ellinor Mullaghane 
Edmond FitzMorrice 
Coll. Gerrott FitzMorrice, Droum- 
begg 

Total : 48 Confiscations in 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

John FitzEdmond FitzMorris and 
Edward FitzMorrice, his grand- 
child. 

Owen Madden 

Robert FitzMorrice, Esq. 

Thomas FitzMorrice, Esq. 

Thomas O'Mullaghan 

Thomas MacMurtagh (O'Mullaghan) 

Thomas FitzMorrice, Esq. 

Edmond MacThomas FitzMorrice 

Thomas Peirse 

Nicholas Dall Peirse 

Bryan MacRobert (Peirse) 

Gowrdan Koch, Esq. 

Dermot O'Skanlan (now Scanlan) 

Donogh O'Skanlan 

Daniell MacShane (O'Skanlan) 

Owen O'Skanlan 

Richard Stacke 

Dermot MacTeig 

Mahon MacThomas 

Murtagh MacTeig 

Thomas MacTeig 

Thomas (2) MacTeig 

Edmond O'Skanlane 

the Barony of Iraghticonnor. 



Baronii of 1 

John Ambrose 

Bryan Conner 

Dermod O'Connor 

Turlagh Connor 

Thomas O'Conner, "A Protestant 

since August, 1654 " 
Donogh MacCormock Carthy 
John MacFfynyne Carty 
Roger Cunny (now Cunniffc) 
Redmond O'Conner 
Thomas MacTurlagh Connor 
Thomas Cunny, " A Protestant 

since July, 1652 " 
Thomas Connor 
William Cunny 
Roger Cunny 
Richard Cunny 
Walter Carew 
Thomas MacTirlagh O'Connor 



riighanacnuj. 

Richard Carew 

Walter Carew 

Morrice MacEligott, alias The Mac- 

Eligott (now " Elliott ") 
Patrick MacElistrome 
Morrice Eligott 
Doctor John Ffield 
John Fferres 
Gerrott Fitzgerrald 
Walter Hussey 
Daniell MacOwen Moriarty 
Murtagh MacDaniell Moriarty 
Owen MacMorris Moriarty 
Owen MacDaniell Oge Moriarty 
Owen MacMorrice 
Mortagh MacDaniell Moriarty 
Daniell MacOwen 
Owen MacDaniel Oge 
John Peirse, deceased 



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APPENDIX. 



^AME AN'D ADDRESS. 

Patrick Peirse 

Garrott Peirse 

Andrew Rice 

Jordan Rocli, Esq., Limerick 

Domk. Roch, his son, " A Lieu- 
tenant of Horse in the Rebells' 
Army" 

Teig MacRory 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Edward Spring, Esq., *' A 
testant since the 5th of 
(September), 1654 " 

David Trant FitzWilHam 

Nicholas Walsh 

Morrish McRichard Eligott 

Owen MacDaniel 

Ellen Ny Daniel Moriarty 



Pro- 
7ber 



Total : 47 Confiscations in the Barony of Trughanacmy. 



Barony of Iverayh. 



Daniell MacMorris Brenean 

Honora Breneane 

Honora Brenane 

John Oge Brenane 

John MacDonogh Brenan 

John MacDonogh Brenane 

Thomas Browne, Ballyhalikey, in 

the County Cork 
Murrogh MacDonogh Brenane 
Teig MacDaniell Brenane 
Owen MacDaniell MacBuoige 
Owen MacMortagh MacBuoge, 

Kunuge 
Cnogher MacDermott Croghon, and 

the Executor of Edward Trant 
Cnogher MacCroghou, Litter 
Teig Croghon, Litter 
John Oge Croghon, Rynard 
Morris Connell 
Mortogh MacDonogh Carthy 
Owen MacFynine Carthy, Killy- 

callylagher 
Charles Connell 
John Connell, Ballyheirny 
Owen Oge Carthy, Killighterrow, 

in the Barony of Dunkerron 
John Connell 

Daniel MacCarthy, the Elder 
Daniel MacCarthy, the Younger 
Daniel MacCormock Carthy, and 

his mother Shilly Carthy 
Daniell MacCarthy, Srugreny 
Donogh MacTeig Carthy 
Teig MacOwen Carthy 
Owen MacCormock Carthy, Corra 
Daniell Oge Carthy 



Teig MacDermott Carthy 
Maurrice Connell, Cahir Brenagh 
The Heirs of Daniell MacFfynyne 

Carthy 
Daniell MacTeig Carthy 
Daniell (2) MacTeig Carthy, Heir 

to Teig MacDaniell Carthy, Lisse 
Daniell MacTeig O'Carthy, Lissaba 

Conihily 
The Heirs of Donogh O'Cluvane 
Daniell Oge Carthy, Curraghbegg 
Petter Connell, Cloghanemacquin 
Daniell MacJeoffery Connell 
Teig MacDaniell Carthj', Turomoile 
Ffynyne MacTeig Carthy,Turomoyle 
Ellin Connell, alias Lyne, Durrine- 

more 
John Oge Croghon 
John Connell, Dublyn, " Proved 

his good constant affection . . . 

20th Septem., 1655." 
Morrice Connell 
Morrogh Connell 
John Connell, Ballyheirny 
Mortagh MacTeig Croghon 
Morrice Connell 
Daniell MacDermott 
Dermott O'Doole 
Dermott MacDaniell 
John MacDonnogh 
Sheelly MacDermod, Ballyheirny 
Fflan MacEgan 
Carbery MacEgan 
Donnogh O'Pfalvey 
Dermott O'Ffalvey, Ardgill 
Teig Ffalvey 



t'ORFEITING PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



29S 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Donough Ffalvey, Allaghae 

Dermott MacGully 

T 1 TT r both of Kilmelyiie, 

John Hussey • .i / i 

-r, ,, XT -i lu the county oi 

Fetter Hussey-^j^ Eastmeath 

Petter Hussey, Coolmeileene 

John Hussey 

John Hurrigh 

Elleene Lyne 

Daniel O'Lyne 

Cnogher Maghony 

Mermod MacMortagh, Octo 

Dermocl (2) MacMortagh 

John Murphey 

John (2) Murphey 

Owen MacMurtagh 

Owen (2) MacMurtagh 

Dermod MacMortagh 

Manus O'Neale 

Cnogher MacOwen (O'Neale), Der- 

rmedo^vglasse 
Hoiiora Nyne* Owen 
Morogh MacOwen (O'Neale), Beal- 

laghmalis 
Morrigh MacOwen (O'Neale) 
Teig MacOwen (O'Neale), Rin- 

charagh 

Total : 109 Confiscations 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Teig (2) MacOwen O'Neale) 

Owen MacDaniell MacPhillip 

(O'Neale), Kilboning 
Dermott MacRyry (O'Neale), 

Cloghane 
Dermod (2) MacRyry (O'Neale) 
Dermod Roe (O'Neale) 
TeigMacDermod MacRyry (O'Neale) 
Daniell MacShane (O'Neale), Rinard 
Dermod Sullivane, Killaloge 
Dermod 0' Sullivane 
Dermod (2) O'Sullivane 
Owen O'Sullivane, " Killmare, in 

the Barony of Glannoroght " 
Owen (2) O'Sullivane, and his son, 

Dermod 0' Sullivan, both of 

BallymacGillinowlan 
Owen (3) O'Sulhvane 
Owen (4) O'Sullivane 
Phillip O'Sullivane, a Minor 
Christopher Segerson 
Owen MacTeig Sullivane 
Dermod MacShane (Sullivane) 
Connor MacTeig Sullivane 
Eleene MacTeig (Sullivane) 
Ffynyne MacTeig (Sullivane) 
Dermott Ffalvye 

in the Barony of Iveragh. 



County of Fermanagh. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Fermanagh, 
as they are returned in the Civill Surveys of the said County." 

Barony of Maglierastepliana. 

Conner, Lord MacGuier 

Total : 1 Confiscation in the Barony of Magherastephana. 



Redmond Mac Arte 
Teige Reogh O'Bryeu 
Phillemy Cassidy 
Philemy Cassidy 



Baroivj of Clanaaiey. 

Philemy (2) Cassidy 
Ellis Neef Clery 
Connor MacClery 
Connor Oge O'Corkeran 



*Nyne: Like the prefix Ny, "Nyne" means a daughter. See Note "N'y,"in 
page 246. 

t Nee : " Nee," " Ny," and "Nyne " are contractions of the Irish word "inghean," 
o daughter. 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Capt. Patrick MacDaniell 

Patrick MacMabon MonncU 

Cormick Barnogh MacDonnell 

Hugh O'Fflanigau 

Hugh (2) O'Fflauigan 

]>ryan MacGwire 

]>ryan MacGwire, Esq. 

Ffiealiartogh MacThomas O'Cocbo- 
iiogbt MacBryanCleve MacGwire 

Fileabar togb MacThomas MacGwire 

Bryan MacDunn MacGwire 

The Heirs of Bryau MacThomas 
MacGwire 

Thomas Oge MacBryan MacThomas 
MacBryan MacGwire 

Cobnoght MacBryan MacGwire 

Cobont. MacBryan MacDonogh 
MacGwire 

Thurlogh Gowlogb MacGwire 

Tburlogh Gowlogb MacGwire (2) 

Coll. Rory MacGwire 

Capt. Daniell MacGwire 

Donell MacGwire 

Rory Oge MacRory MacJames 
MacGwire 

Daniell Oge MacGwire 

Daniell Oge MacGwire (2) 

Phelim MacRory MacGwire 

Connor Modder MacGwire 

Edward MacGwire 

Redmond MacGwire 

Cobont. MacSbane MacEnobb Mac- 
Gwire 

Bryan MacRory MacGwire 

Conner MacThurlogb MacGuire 

Pbilipp MacThomas MacGwire 

Hugh Boy MacSbane Oge Mac- 
Gwire 

Capt. Hugh Boy MacGwire 

Total : 73 Confiscations in 



NAME AND ADDRES.S. 

Rory Oge MacGwire 

Edm. MacSbane Gortogh Mac- 
Gwire 

Donogh MacRedmond MacGwire 

Redmond MacSbane Gortogh Mac- 
Gwire 

Connor MacThurlogb Groome 
Maguire 

Cormuck MacCollo MacGwire 

Capt. Hugh Boy MacSbane Mac- 
Gwire 

Rory MacDonnell MacGwire 

Edm. MacDonnell MacGwire 

Edmond MacDonnell MacGwire 

Shane MacEnabb MacGwire 

Brian MacHugh O'Connor Mac- 
Thurlogb Groome MacGwire 

Redmond MacEdmd. MacGwire 

Shane Oge MacHugh 

Shane (2) Oge MacHugh 

Shane (3 Oge MacHugh 

Bryan MacHugh 

Mortogh MacHugh 

Fflertogh MacHugh 

Aghy O'Hose (now " Hosey") 

Redmond MacConner MacHugh 

Ternan Roe MacHugh 

Cobonoght Roe MacHugh 

Eneas O'Hosy 

Enis O'Hose 

Archibald Hamilton 

William Iseack 

Donogh MacOge MacCrevy 

Connor Oge O'Korkeran 

Shane MacDonell, Belloghscalan 

Bryan O'Scalan 

Richard Pockeridge 

Redmond MacGuier 

the Barony of Clanawley. 



County of Tyrone. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Tyrone, 
as they are returned in the Civill Survey of the said County." 

Barony of Duwjannon. 

William Mathew, "killed at j Lieut. - Coll. Robert Stuart, "A 
the siedge of Derry, as a be- | Scotch Protestant, and in Arms 
siedger " j agst. the State, in 1G4:9'" 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Robert Stuart, " A Scotch Protes- 
tant, and in Arms against the 
State, in 1649 " 

Capt. Robert Hannill, " Scotch 
Protestant, and a besiedger of 
Derry " 

WiUiam Richardson, " Eughsh 
Protestant, and a besiedger of 
Derry" 

Hugh MacTeig MacEmiu Oge 
O'Hogan (now O'Hagan) 

Towell MacPhellim O'Mellan 

Fferdoragh MacFfellemy O'Mellan 

Patrick O'Donally 

Neale MacHenry O'Neale 

Neale Oge O'Qnin 

George Dudall 

Cormock MacOwen Oge Jlugau 

Jonkin Divin 

Donnell MacOvven MacCaell O'Quin 

The Heirs of Neile O'Quin 

Patrick Groome O'Hagan 

Murtagh O'Quin, Knockneclog 

Phelemy Groome O'Neale 

Sir Phelemy O'Neale 

Total : 42 Confiscations in 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Terlagh Mac Art Oge O'Neale 
Donnell MacOwen MacCaell O'Quin 
The Heirs of Neile O'Quin MacQui 

MacCahall 
Terlagh MacArt Oge O'Neale 
The Heirs of Neile O'Quin 
The Heirs of Henry Ovinton, Bel- 

linetagh 
The Heirs of Cormick O'Neale 
Terlagh MacArt Oge O'Neale 
The Heirs of Neile O'Quin 
Con Buy O'Neale, his Heirs 
Donell O'Neale 
Katherin Ny Neale 
Toby Sheill 
The Heirs of Owen MacEdmond 

Oge O'Hagan 
Terlagh Groom O'Quin 
Shane Buy O'Donally 
Eanell MacConnell 
Shane MacHugh 
Terlagh MacArt Oge O'Neale 
The Heirs of Henry Ovinton 
Bryan MacArt O'Neale 
Thomas Hall 

the Barony of Dungannon. 



Barony of Clogher. 



Wm. Richardson, "A besiedger of 

Derry " 
Anne Eskin, widow of Archbald 

Edminsou 
Sir Alexander Stuart, Knt., "A 

Scotch Protestant, and a besiedger 

of Derry " 
Sir Wm. Demanes 
John MacCrory, "A besiedger of 

Derry " 

Total : 9 Confiscations in the Barony of Clogher 



John Birney, " A besiedger of 
Derry" 

James Eskin, " A Scotch Protes- 
tant, and a besiedger of Derry " 

Bryan O'Neale, " A besiedger of 
Derry " 

Wm. Moore, "A single horseman 
at the siedge of Derry " 



County of Cavan. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Cavan, as 
they are returned in the Civill Surveys of the said County." 

Baronij of Clanl'ee. 

Garrett Beatagh I The Heirs of Sir Hen. Pierce 

Garrett Ffleming I Lord of Slane 

Total : 4 Confiscations in the Barony of Clankee. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Clanmahon. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Hugh Brady 
Lord of Duusauy 
James Ffleming 
James (2) Ffleming 
James Nougent 
Oliver Nougent 
Ilngli O'Reilly 
Hugh MacFarry O'Rely 

Total : 15 Confiscations in tlie Barony of Clanmahon. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Philipp O'Rely 

Philipp MacEdmond O'Rely 

Miles Rely 

Miles Rely 

Philipp MacMuIlmore O'Rely 

Edmond O'Rely 

Lord of Westmeath 



Barony of Tidlyhaic. 



Cormock MacBryan 

Bryan Oge MacGowran (now " Mac- 
Govern ") 

Thomas MacGowran 

Ffarrell Mac Hugh MacMarcus Oge 
MacGowran 

Bryan Oge MacGowran 

Daniell MacGowran 

Philemy Oge MacGowran 

Gilderneve MacGowran 

Charles MacGowran 

Total : 20 Confiscations in 



Nicholas O'Gowean 
Wm. MacGreame, gent. 
Wm. Gryme 
Daniell MacGourke 
PhiHp MacMuIlmore O'Rely 
Charles O'Rely 
Shane Reagh O'Rely 
Hugh O'Rely 
Owny Sherridan 
Owny Sherridan 
James Talbott, Esq. 

the Barony of Tullyhaw. 



Barony of Loughtee. 



Henry Beatagh, " In Rebellion " 

John Brady 

Patrick Brady, " Irish Protestant, 

but found to be in Rebellion " 
Robert Brady 

Sir Willm. Hill, Knt.,"In Rebellion" 
John Dowdall 



Luke Dillon 

Luke Dillon, Esq. 

Gale O'Goen, » In Rebellion " 

Peter Hussey and Thomas Proctor 

Glisne O'Eely, " In RebeUion " 

Philipp O'Rely, Esq. 

Philipp O'Rely 



Total : 13 Confiscations in the Barony of Loughtee. 



Barony of TuUygarvey. 



James Aspole 

Hugh Brady 

Henry Beatagh 

Hugh O'Rely 

Philipp MacMulmore O'Rely 

Philipp MacHugh O'Rely 

Phihpp O'Rely 

Edmond O'Rely 



Walter Tirrell 

Walter Tirrell 

Neile Tally 

Shane Oge MacKernon 

Philipp MacMulmore O'Rely 

Patrick O'Sherriden 

Owny Sherriden 

James Talbott, Esq. 



Total : 16 Confiscations in the Barony of TuUygarvey, 



tORPElTING PROPRIETORS IN IRELAND. 



Barony of Castlerahan. 



SAUE AND ADDRES3. 

Patrick Brady, Esq. 

Patrick Brady 

Robert Brady 

James Beatagh 

John Dowdall 

Laurence Dowdall, Esq. 

Henry Elliott 

Garrett Fflemming 

Thomas O'Goue 

Thomas Goone 

James Nougent 

James (2) Nougent 

Luke Plunkett, Earl of Ffingall 

Philipp O'Rely 

Philipp (2) O'Rely 

Total : 30 Confiscations 



NAMR AND ADDRESS. 



Philipp (3) O'Rely 
James Rely 
James (2) Rely 
Hugh Rely 
Hugh (2) Rely 
Glisnea Rely 
Nicholas Rely 
John Rely 
John (2) Rely 
Thomas Rely 
John Rely 
Owny Rely 
Owen Rely 
Turlogh O'Rely 
Lawrence Dowdall 

in the Barony of Castlerahan. 



County of Donegal. 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Donegal, 
as they are returned in the Civill Surveys of the said County." 

Barony of RapJioe. 

Andrew Hambleton, " Besiedger of 
Derry " 

Capt. John Stewart, " Besiedger of 
Derry " 

George Knox, " Provost Marshall 
at Derry Leagure " 

George Cunningham, " was at Wor- 
cester fight " 

John Nesbitt, "Abettor of the 
Leagure at Derry" 

Eobert Hambleton, " Brittish Pro- 
testant, and besiedger of Derry " 



Edward Arnett 

Andrew Hambleton, Esq., "Brittish 

Protestant, and a besiedger of 

Derry " 
Lieut.-Col. Wm. Cunningham, 

" Besiedger of Derry " 
John Pits and Nicholas Parmintor 
James Cuningham, Esq., "Brittish 

Protestant, and a beseidger of 

Derry " 
Robert Galbieth, " Besiedger of 

Derry " 

Total : 12 Confiscations in the Barony of Raphoe. 

Barony of Tnishoiven. 

Richard Oge O'Dogherty ] Shane Crone MacDebit 

Daniell MacBryan Oge MacGlachliu | 

Total : 3 Confiscations in the Barony of Inishowen. 

Barony of Boylagh and Banagh. 

Lieut. Eichardson, " Besiedger of Derry " 

Total : 1 Confiscation in the Barony of Boylagh and Banagh. 



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APPENDIX. 



Barony of Tirhugh. 

NAME AND ADDRESS. | NAME AM) ADDRESS. 

James MacGragli 
Total : 1 Confiscatiou in the Barony of Tirhugh. 

Barony of Kilhnacrcnan. 



Thomas Stewart, Esq., " Scottish 

Protestant, and besiedger of 

Derry " 
Mulh-any O'Carroll 
Andrew Knox, "A besiedger of 

Derry" 
Turlogh Oge MacSwync 
Thomas Grone 
John Knox 
James Hambleton, Esq., deceased, 

"Scottish Protestant. Up on 

Duke Hambleton's Engagement ; 

and since came in upon IniskeeUn 

Articles " 
Ervin MacSwine 
Grany Ni Gallagher, Relict to 

Walter MacSwine 
Neale Mergagh MacSwyne, sou to 

Walter MacSwine 
Owen MacMurrogh MacSwine 
Ralph MacSwine 
Toriogh MacCuffer O'Donuell 
Owen MacMurroghy 
Daniell Oge MacSwyne MacDonell 

Garrow, Es(i. 
Daniell Gavrow MacSwyne, Esq. 
Mary MacSwyne, Relict of Walter 

MacSwyne 

Total : 34 Confiscations in 



Daniell Oge MacDaniell Garrow 

MacSwine 
Mullmury Oge MacMullmury Duffe 

MacSwine 
Daniell Oge MacDaniell Gorme 

MacSwine 
Ilonora MacSwine, Relict to Daniell 

Gorme, aforesaid 
Neale Meryagh MacSwyne 
Ralph MacSwyne 
Toriogh Roe MacManus Oge 

O'Donnell 
Donoghy MacManus MacSwin e 
Toriogh Roe O'Boyle, Esq. 
Toriogh Oge MacColl MacSwine 
Hugh Djnnogh O'Duugau 
Seely Oge MacSwyne 
Toriogh Oge MacOwen MacConnor 

Oge O'Gallogher 
Donnogh Oge DacSwine MacNeale 

Mergagh MacSwine 
Coll. Miles Swine 
I Elis MacCullogh, alias Patton 
Erwin MacSwine, son to Walter 

MacSwine 
Hugh Buoy MacSwine MacDaniell 

Garrow 

the Barony of Killmacrenan. 



County Monaghan. 

"A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the county of Monaghan, 
as they are returned in the Surveys of the said County." 

Barony of Monaghan. 



Patrick Ardell 

Patrick Barnewell 

John Burnett 

Edward Barnewell and his Heires 

John Burnett and his Heirs 

Mrs. Burnett 

Turlagh MacConelly 



Patrick MacCab (now MacCabe) 

Patrick Connell 

Art Connell and his Heirs 

Tirlagh Connell and his Heirs 

Shane MacCoddan 

John Dowdall 

Phillipp O'Duffe (now O'Duffy) 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patrick O'Duffe 

Concouagh O'Duffe 

Phillipp O'Duffe 

James Ffield and his Heirs 

James Ffleming 

Christopher Fleming 

Owen MacHugh 

Thomas Harris 

Patrick MacMaghan (MacMahon) 

and his Heirs 
Phellemy MacMaghan 
Cahill MacMaghan 
Koss Oge MacMahan and his Heirs 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Art MacMahan 

Owen MacMahan 

Patrick MacMahan 

Arte MacMahan and his Heirs 

Tirlogh O'Neale 

Edward Owens 

Colle MacMahan 

Bryan MacMahan 

Frances Wootton 

Nicholas Willowle 

Donnogh MacCab 

Bryan MacMahon 



Total: 88 Confiscations in the Barony of Monaghau. 



Barony of 

Pattrick Barnwell 

Patrick O'Carbery and his Heirs 

Robert Conlan 

Richard MacGill 

Hugh MacGonnell 

Robert Hunnelt 

Ardle MacKenna 

Bryan Oge MacKenna 

Donnogh MacKenna and his Heirs 

Donslevi Boy MacKenna 

Ffully MacKenna 

Gillgroome MacKenna 

Hugh MacKenna 

James MacKenna 

Laughlin MacKenna 

James Toole Oge MacKenna and 

his Heirs 
Patrick Buan MacKenna 
Patrick MacKenna 



Trough . 

Patrick Groome MacKenna 

Phellim MacEdmond MacKenna 

Don Sleny MacKenna 

Shane MacDonsleny Oge Mac- 
Kenna 

Toole MacKenna 

Toole MacPhelim MacKenna and 
his Heirs 

Torlagh MacKenna 

Hugh MacShane Gill MacMahon 

Bryan MacKedmoud MacMahon 

Aghy MacMahon 

Gerrott Eoony 

Gerrott (2) Roony 

Culne O'Shorraghan 

Shane MacTrever and his Heirs 

Bartholemew White 

Shane MacKenna 



Total : 34 Confiscations in the Barony of Trough. 



Barony 

Patrick Barnewell, Ballyleack 

Patrick Barnewell (2) 

Henry Detagh 

Thomas Burnett and his Heirs 

James MacCabe 

Philly MacCabe Chis) Heirs 

Neil 0"Connely's Heirs 

Laughlin MacDermott 

Hugh Boy O'Donoghy 

Bryan Ballack O'Donogh 



of Dartree. 

Collow MacDonnell 
Cormuck MacDonnell 
Edmund MacDonnell's Beirs 
Lawrence Dowdali's Heirs 
Thomas Fleming, Caberagh 
Patrick MacKeaghry's Heirs 
Ardeli MacMahon and his Heirs 
Art Oge MacMahon and his Heirs 
Art Gare MacMahon and his Heirs 
Coll. MacMahon and his Heirs 



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AtPfcNDlX. 



NAME AlfD ADDRESS. 

Evelin MacMahon's Heirs 
Edm. Eoe MacMahon's Heirs 
Hugh Groome MacMahon's Heirs 
Hugh MacEdmond MacMahon's 

Heirs 
PheUim MacMahon's Heirs 
James MacMahon 
Laughliu Oge MacMahon's Heirs 
Mahon MacMahou 
Patrick MacMahon 
Rory Oge MacMahon's Heirs 
Patrick Mac Art Oge MacMahon's 

Heirs 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patrick MacMahon's Heirs 
Phehm MacMahon 
PheHn (2) MacMahon (2) 
Owen Reagh MacMahon 
Shane Boy MacMahon's Heirs 
Owen MacRory MacMahon's Heirs 
Shane Boy MacMahon's Heirs 
Rory Oge MacRory MacMahon's 

Heirs 
Redmond MacRory MacMahon's 

Heirs 
Cahir MacPhillip 
Richard Barrett, Esq. 



Total : 42 Confiscations in the Barony of Dartree. 
Barony of Cremorne. 



Hugh MacMahon 

Rory MacMahon 

Col. MacMahon 

Col. MacBryan MacEver Mac- 
Maghan 

Hugh MacPatrick Duffe Mac- 
Maghan 

Col. MacBryan MacMaghan 

Patrick MacWard 

Patrick MacCoola MacEver Mac- 
Maghan 



Ardell MacEver MacCoola Mac- 
Maghan 

Hein-y Betagh 

Owen ]MacCol. MacMaghan 

Coll. Col MacBryan MacMaghan : 
"He fortified on Island, and 
kept it by horse and foote." 

James MacMahon 

Bryan MacShane O'Clerian 

Bryan Boy Clerian 

Patrick O'Clerian 



Total : 16 Confiscations in the Barony of Cremorne. 



County of Londonderry. 

*' A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of London- 
derry, as they are returned in the Civill Surveys of the said County." 

The Town, Liberties, and Barony of Coleraine. 



Patrick MacHenry 
Henry MacHenry 
James MacHenry 



James MacGorry MacHenry 

O'Cahir 

James MacHenry 



Total : 6 Confiscations in the Town, Liberties, and Barony of Coleraine. 
" Cittie " and Liberties of Londonderry. 



Shane O'Cahir, Esq., Campsonhi- 

tragh 
Shane O'Cahir 



Bryan O'Cahir 

Gilliglasse MacGorry O'Cahir 



Total : 4 Confiscations in the City and Liberties of Londonderry. 



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Barony of LoughinshoUn. 

NAME AND ADDRESS. | NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Phelomoy Groome O'Neale 
Total : 1 Confiscation in the Barony of Loughinsholin. 

Barony of Keenaght. 



Manus MacQuyvall MacRichard 

O'Cahan 
George MacShane O'Cahan 
Manus MacGilligan 
Shane MacGillyduffe O'Mullan 

Total : 6 Confiscations in the Barony of Keenaght, 



Sir Robert Maxwell, Knt. : " Scotch 
Protestant ; in Duke of Hamble- 
ton's Engagement in England," 

Daniell MacManus O'Mullane 



County of Sligo (" Slegoe "). 

" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Sleigo, as 
they are returned in the Surveys of the said County." 

Barony of Tirerill. 



Donell MacCallery 

Kedagh O'Bereghan 

Margarett Bewnaghan 

William Crean 

Dermott Crany 

Donell MacCaallery 

Owen MacCrany 

Andrew Crean 

Bryan Bualtogh 

Jeremy Duigan 

Melaghlin MacDonogh 

Lady Dunboyne 

Murtogh MacDonogh 

Cahell MacDonogh 

Hugh MacRory MacDonogh 

Connor MacDonogh 

Bryan MacDonoghy and his Heirs 

Owen MacDermott 

Cormuck MacDonogh 

Dualtagh MacDonogh 

Conner MacDonogh 

Roger MacDonogh 

Hugh MacDonogh 

Laughlin MacDonogh 

Teige MacDonogh 

Michael MacDonogh 

Mary Ny Donogh 

Morrish MacDonogh 

Total : 55 Confiscations 



Teige Duffe MacDonogh 
Cahill Duff MacDonogh 
Dermott MacDonogh 
Morrogh MacDonogh 
Hugh MacDonogh 
Murtogh MacDonogh 
Phelim MacDonogh 
Owen MacDonogh and his Heirs 
Cormuck Ballagh MacDonogh 
Willm. MacDonogh 
Owen MacDonogh and his Heirs 
Terlogh MacDonogh 
Patrick Ffrench 
Jasper Ffallon 
Jasper Ffallon (2) 
John Ffrench 
Jam. Ffrench 
John Ffagan 
Dominick Martin 
Bryan MacMurrogh 
Kedagh MacMurtogh Fin Mac- 
Murrogh 
Donell MacNogly 
Patrick Plunkett 
O'Connor Sleigo 
Lord Taaffe 
Patrick Ffrench 
Bryan MacNogly 

in the Barony of Tirerill, 



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APPENDIX, 



Barony of Corran. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Keadagh O'Benaglian 
Teige Conmy 
Elinor Conmy 
Bryan MacDonogb, Esq. 
Morris MacDonogb 
Connor MacDonogb 
Bryan MacDonogb 
Jobn MacDonogb 
Ffarrell MacDonogb 
Terlogb MacDonogb 
Edm. Buoy MacDonogb 
Henry Dowdall 
Roger MacDonogb 
Mullrony MacDonogb 
Grany Ny Donogb, Dowager 
Roger MacDonogb 
Carbry MacDonogb 
Kory MacDonogb 
Henry MacDonogb 
Garrett Dowdall 
Morrisb MacDonogb 
Teige Boy MacDonogb 
Dualtogb MacDonogb 
Kedagb MacDonogb 
WiUm. Dowdall 
Bryan DacDonogb 
Cogbell MacDonogb 

Total : 53 Confiscations 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Teige MacDonogb 

Patrick Ffrencb 

Patrick Ffrencb (2) 

Dermott Ffiagbny 

DerrQott O'Ffeagliny 

Jobn Ffrencb 

Jobn Ffagan 

Owen O'Gara 

Hugb O'Gara 

Agbruill MacGenan 

Owen Horchoy 

Koger Horcboy 

Owen O'Horcboy 

Carbry MacMurtogb Finn 

Terlogb MacMurtogb Finn 

Dominick Martin 

Tumultagb MacMullreni Fin 

Eicbard Martin 

Daniell, "^ 

Tumultogb, and [-O'Scanlan 

Murtogb J 

Alexander MacSwyne 

O'Connor Sleigo 

Ismay Taaffe, alias Donnogb, 

Dowager 
Cbristo. Taaffe, " Orpbant " 
Hugb MacMulrony Fin 
in tbe Barony of Corran. 



Andrew Crean 
Bryan O'Connor 
Bryan O'Hairt 
Cabell O'Connor 
Carbry O'Hely 
Donell O'Conner 
Garrett Baxter 
Don. O'Conner 
Garrett Baxter (2) 
Manus O'Conner 

Total: 19 

Jobn Bourke 
Owen O'Cloan 
Willm. Crean 
Hugb Dallagbane 
Patr. Ffrencb 
Erill O'Hara 



Barony of Carhury. 

Martin Darcy 

Owen O'Hairtt 

Pbelim O'Connor 

Lord of Clanrickard 

Roger Ballagb O'Connor 

Roger O'Connor 

Terlogb O'Connor 

Tbomas O'Connor 

Jam. Ffrencb and bis Heirs 

Confiscations in tbe Barony of Carbury. 
Baruny of Lcyny. 

\ Jobn O'Hara 
Oliver O'Hara 
Bryan O'Hara 
Donogb O'Hara 
Katberin Hairtt 
Roger Higgin 



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NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Eneas Higgin 
Paul Higgin 
Gillernew Higgin 
Donnell Crene Hara 
Donell Hara 
Dermott Hara 
Fferdoragli Hara 
Edm. Hara 
Hugh Hara 

Total 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Atin Albonagli 

Garrett Baxter 

John Boorke 

Helen Boorke, alias Dowd, Dowager 

Edw. Browne 

David O'Dowd 

Teige MacPhelim O'Dowde 

Donogh MacCosny Dowd, " Late 

a Souldier to Captain Thomas 

Harte " 
David MacJames O'Dowd 
Teige Keagh O'Dowd 
Teige MacPhilleme Dowde 
Eoger MacBryau Dowd 
Willm. Dowd 
Patrick Darcy 

Ffarragh Dowd and his Heirs 
Miles FitzErvan MacDonnell 
Jam. MacDonell 
Maloghlin MacDonogh 
Miles FitzEandoll MacDonell 



Jam. Lynch 
Donell MacEntully 
Manus MacLarray 
John MacCahillery 
Dualtagh MacSwyne 
Roger MacSwyne 
Donell Quillinan 

Gabriell Ultogh (? "Mac an Ultogh" 
or MacNulty) 

29 Confiscations in the Barony of Leyny. 
Barony of Tireragh. 

I Colla MacDonell 

I Willm. FitzCalvagh Dowd 

Sara Dowd, Dowager 

David Dowd 

John Ffrench 

Patr. Ffrench 

And. Ffrench 

Mary Jordan 

Edmd. Kerwan 

Willm. Linch 

George Linch 

Peter Linch 

John Nolan 

Dualtogh MacSwine 

Eoger MacSwine 

Mary MacSwine 

Donogh MacSwine 

Daniell Grome MacSwine 

Eory MacSwine 

Daniell MacSwine 

Martin Kerwin 



Total : 40 Confiscations in the Barony of Tireragh. 



County of Mayo. 
" A List of the Papist Proprietors names in the County of Mayo, 
as they are returned in the Surveys of the said County." 

Barony 
Eichard Crone MacAndrew 
William MacAndrew 
Eichard MacAndrew 
Sept of the MacAndrews 
Eichard MacEdm. MacAndrew 
Eichard Duffe MacAndrew 
David Bourke 
John Bourke 

Willm. FitzEdmond Boy Bourke 
William Bourke 



of Tyraidey. 

Willm. MacEdmond Bourke 
Edmd. Bourke 
Edmond Buoy Bourke 
Thomas Eeagh Bourke 
Patrick Branagh (or Walsh) 
Theobald FitzEichard Bourke 
Theobald Bourke 
Walter Kittagh Bourke 
Theobald Reagh Bourke 
Theobald Bourk 



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APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Bourke 

Sept of the Barretts 

Moyler Barrett 

Moyler Barrett 

Richard Barrett 

William Barrett 

Theobald Bourke 

Oliver Barrett 

Edm. MacMayo Barrett 

Edmond Barrett 

Ulick Bourke 

Robert Barrett 

James Barrett 

Thomas MacRichard Bourke 

Thomas Barrett 

Sir Richard Blake 

Dominick Browne 

John Browne 

Ulick Bourke 

Walter Bourke 

Mayo Barrett 

Charles Bourke 

John Bourke 

John Buoy Bourke 

Thomas Barrett 

Edw. Browne 

Ulick Buoy Bourke 

Walter Blake 

Sir Valentine Blake 

John FfitzRichard Roe Bourke 

Richard Bourke 

Katherine Bourke 

Bridgett Barrett 

Cahill O'Clogherty 

Ulick Carrowne 

Miles Carrowne 

Sept of the Clankeales 

Cahill O'Connor 

Andrew Cormick 

Martin Darcy 

Richard Darcy 

Ffarragh MacDonell 

Ffarragh MacDonell (2) 

Jam. MacDonell 

Steph. Dexter 

Willm. Dexter 



NAME AND ADDRISS. 

Anna Ny Dornin 

Donell MacHugh Buoy MacDonell 

Francis MacDonell 

Bryan Dorragh (MacDonell) 

Rich. MacEwir MacDonell 

Rich. MacEwir MacDonell (2) 

Solomon Egan 

John Fflanelly 

Rich. Ffleming 

David MacHeale 

Hubbert MacHeale 

Moyler MacHeale 

Manus Huban 

Thomas Huban 

Phelim Hart 

Phelem O'Hart 

Edmond MacJordan 

Patrick Kirwan 

Conner Kelly 

Walter Kelly 

David Kelly 

Edm. Kelly 

Donogh O'Loghnan 

Hubert Lynott 

William Lynott 

Wm. Linch 

Lord Mayo 

Willm. Merrick 

Willm. Mayo 

Willm. MacMayo 

Richard Moyler 

Richard Markhall 

John Nolan 

Willm. Padin 

Edm. Philbin 

Richard Mac Philbin 

Richard Philbin 

Henry Philbin 

Edm. Padin 

Hen. MacPhilbin 

Hubert MacPadin 

Stephen Ruttlidge 

Thomas MacRobert (Ruttlidge) 

Sept of the Tomlins (now Timlin) 

Ffardoragh Tomlin 

Dualtagh Tomlin 



Sowny Dornin 

Total : 113 Confiscations in the Barony of Tyrawley. 

End of the " Forfeiting Proprietors in Ireland, under the Cromwellian 

Settlement," 



INEOLMENTS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



805 



7.— INEOLMENTS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS, 

Under the Comvion wealth Rule, in Ireland. 

According to the "Records of Ireland" (Marked " 1821-1825 "), com- 
mencing at p. 526, the following are the names mentioned in those 
Inrolments : 



Aileward, John 
Allen, Edward 

James 

John 

Lawrence 

■ Widow Dame Mary 

Mathew 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Ralph 

Robert 

Serjant 

Thomas 

Aid" Thos. 

Sir Thos., Knt. 

William 

Allon, Robert 
Alnen, William 
Alworth, Richard 
Anglesy, Arthur, Earl of 
Ankers, Deaue John 

• John 

Oliver 

Anne's Guild, Dublin 
Anslow, George 
Antrim, Count*'' Dow^' 
of 

Earl of 

Dame Ellis 

• Marquise of 

■ ^^ Randall, Ld. 

Marquise 
■ Rose, Lady, 

Mach''' 
Archbold, Gerrard 

Maurice 

Nicholas 

Piers 

Richard 

William 

Archdacon, David 



Archdeacon, Mr. 
Archer, Tliomas 

Walter 

Ardagh, James 

Lord Bishop of 

Armagh, James,Ld.Abp. 

John, Ld. Abp. 

Arthur, Benedict 
Edward 

Patrick 

Arthure, Elizabeth 

Aid" Rob* 

Robert 

Thomas 

Ash, Edward 

Henry 

Henry Fitz-Rich'^ 

John 

Katherine 

Richard 

Thomas 

William 



Ashiuhurst, Mr. 
Aston, Alexander 

Lettice 

Athenry, Corp*" of 
Atkins, Alexander 
Atwell, Joseph 
Audlev, Lady, Eliza- 
beth 
■ Lord George 



Aungier, Sir Francis 
Aylemar, Thomas 
Aylemer, George 

■ Mabell 

Mathew 

Sir Christopher 



Aylmer, George 

Gerald 

SirGerraldjKut. 

James 

Jane 

John 

Margaret 



Aylmer, Richard 
Aylward, Sir Peter 
Ayros, William 
[ ] , Anthony 

B 

Babe, James 

John 

Patrick 

Backer, Thomas 
Bacon, William 
Baegly, Robert 
Baeteehford, Aid" John 
Baggot, David 

Edmond 

James 

John 

Laurence 

Morisho 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

William 

Bagnall,Mrs. Magdalene 
Bagnell, George 
Walter 



Bagott, Patrick 
Baker, Sir James 
Balfe, Oliver 

Richard 

Robert 

Ball, Bartholomew 
Daniel 

Aid" Rob* 

Robert 

Thomas 



Balsai', Agnes 
Baltinglas, Ld. Vis. 
Bamber, John 

Richard 

Barnell, Thomas 
Barnes, Edward 
Barnewall, Alexander 
Amanet 



306 



APPENDIX. 



Baruewall, Anne 

Bartholomew 

Bridget 

Cecilia 

Christopher 

Edmond 

James 

Jane 

John 

Mabell 

Margaret 

Mary 

Mathevv 

Mathias 

Nicholas (1) 

Nicholas Lord 

Patrick 

Peter 

Piichard 

. Robert 

Sir Eich'' 

Nicholas (2) 

Michael 

— Simon 

Thomas 

Valentine 



Barnewell, Christopher 

Jane 

Peter 

Piichard 

Barnwell, Christopher 

Jeue 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Aid'' Rich'^ 

Robert 

Barny, Elinor 
Baron, Mary 
Barr, Mr. 
Barrens, Edmond 
Barrett, Edmond 

Elinor 

John 

William 

Barrington, Cap. Tlios. 
Bar wall, Simon 
Barry, Alderman 

An 

David 

Edmond 



Barry, Garrett 

James 

Sir James, Knt. 

John 

Onor 

Philip 

Redmond 

Red'^'-i Fitz-Johu 

Richard 

Rich'^ Fitz-Ed™'' 

Thomas 

William 

Barrymore, David, Earl 

Earl of 

Bary, John 
Basil, William 
Bastavick, Widow 
Bath, Catherine 

Catharine 

■ Aid" Christopher 

Christopher 

Aid" Edward 

Gannett 

James 

Luke 

Margaret 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peter 

Robert 

Bathe, James 

Luke 

Margaret 

Patrick 

Robert 

Batsford, John 
Bawling, Walter 
Bayley, John 
Bealing, Barnaby 

Thomas 

Bedlow, John 
Bee, Thomas 
Beecher, Mr. 
Beg, Aid" David 

John 

Begg, Thomas 
Begge, David 
Begges, Richard 
Belew, Patrick 



Bell, Robert 
Bellew, Alson 

Amanet 

Sir Christ'"", Knt. 

Edward 



Lienor 

Dames Frances 

Widow Jane 



John 

Widow Juan 

Sir John, Knt. 



Nicholas 

Patrick 

Walter 



Belle we, Anne 
Bellingham, Sir Dan' 
Bellyng, Laurence 
Bennett, Christopher- 

Edward 

Marcus 

Berenand, William 
Berford, Adam 

Elizabeth 

Widow Frances 



John 

Michael 

Nicholas 

Richard 

Valentine 

Berkeley, Lord John 
Bermingham, Elinor 

Garrett 

James 

Jane 

— John 

Moyler 

— Patrick 

Peirce 

Robert 

William 



Berry, Thomas 
Betagh, Christopher 

Edward 

Ellenor 

Henry 

Jane 

Margaret 

Mary 

Patrick 

Betson, John 



INROLMENTS OF THE DECEEES OF INNOCENTS. 



807 



Bingley, Cap. George 

Jane 

Sarah 

Birch, John 
Birne, Douuogh 

Hohbart 

— • — James 

John 

Wilham 

Bisse, Margret 

Robert 

Blachford, Samuel 
Blackney, Amy 

Christopher 

George 

Katherine 

• Major Rob'' 

Wilham 

Blackwell, Thomas 
Blake, Auable 

Dame Elinor 

Francis 

George 

Henry 

John 

Eichard 

Sir Eich"^* 

Eobert 

Thomas 

SirValeutine,Bart. 



Blakney, P"'raucis 
Blaney, Eichard 

]\Iary 

Bledwine, Lieut. 
Blewett, John 

William 

Blunt, Edward 
Boddie, John 
Boddy, John 
Boderington, William 
Bodkin, James 
Bolton, Carroll 

Hon. Sir Eich", 

Knt. 
Boolger, Martin 
Bor, Gerrard 

John 

Borr, Widow Bagnet 

Christian 

John 



Boswell, John 
Bourk, Bryan 
Bourke, Widow Elis 

Evetire 

He my 

John 

Sir John 

John M'^Jonack 

Lettis 

Mayler Oge 

Miles 

Oliver 

Onora 

Eichard 

Eedmond 

Thomas 

UlHcke 

Ulick Ld. Dun- 

kellin 

Ulik 

Walter 



Wilham 

W^ M-^Edm'^ 

Bourn, David 
Bowdron, Maurice 

Walter 

Bowen, William 
Bowes, George 
Bowler, James 
Boy, James 
Boyd, Hugh 
Boyde, Thomas 
Boyland, James 
Boyle, Martha 

Eobert 

Bradborue, John 
Bradwith, Samuel 
Brady, Margery 

Philip 

Robert 



Bramhall,SirThos.,Bart. 
Brandon, Edward 

• John 

Eowland 

Thomas 

Margaret 



Brenan, Mr. 
Brenon, Eichard 
Brereton, Robert 
Breston, Eobert 
Brett, Eichard 
Br ey vers, Jas. 

James 
Brice, Eichard 
Christopher 



Fitz- 



Brangan, Aid" Ed'*' 
Brannan, John 
Breahan, Henry 
Breuagh, John 



Jane 

John 

Katherine 

Eichard 

Walter 

Bridges, Widow Joane 

Nicholas 

Brien, Margaret 

Mary Ny 

More 

Onora Ny 

— — Slany 
Brigham, Sebastian 
Brimmghm, Patrick 
Briscoe, Alson 
Britton, Thaws 
Briver, Francis 

James 

Katherine 

Brookeman, Bartholo- 
mew 
Browne, Edward 

Jeflrey 

Godfrey 

Henry 

James 

John 

Sir John 

Ismay 

Mable 

Mary 

Michael 

Samuel 



Thomas 

Sir Valentine 

Knt. 
William 



Brownes, Sir Dcminick 
Brownlow, Arthur 

Sir W", Knt. 

Bruan, Owen 



306 



APPENDIX. 



Brungliam, Patrick 
Bryan, Amy 

Bartholomew 

Aid" James 

John 

Widow Mary 

Michael 

Bryen, Ellen 
Bryer, Alexander 
Bryn, Slany Ny 
Brynan, Owen 
Bryner, Catherine 
Bryttire, Walter 
Bulton, Sir Edward 
Burdley, Widow 
Burk, Henry 
Burke, Henry 

John M^rhos. Rick" 

Jonack M'Mayler 

Miles Ld. Vis. 

Onora 

Sir Rich'' 

Thomas 

Ulhcke 

Burnell, Henry 
Bm-nett, Christopher 
Burniston, John 
Bushop, Sir W" 
Busshop, James 
Butler, Lady Anne 

■ — Dame Anne 

Catherine 

■ Edmond 

Edward 

Sir Edw^ Knt. 

Elinor 

Elizabeth 

Ellin 

Elliuor 

Widow Ellis 

James 

Jas. Fitz-Edm'^ 

• = Jane 

John 

Joan 

Katheriue 

WidowMargaret 

— Mary 

Pierce 

Richard 



Butler, Theobald 

Theo'' Fitz-Thos. 

Sir Walter, Bart. 

William 

W" Fitz-Thos. 

Butterton, Jonathan 
Butts, Occar 
Byfeild, Samuel 
Byrne, Daniel 

Hugh 

Byse, John 

C 

Caddell, James 

Jas. Fitz-Rob' 

Richard 



Carroll, Amy 

Anthony 

Elizabeth 

James 

Sir James 

Jane 



Cahelleri, Manus 
Cahir, Elizabeth 

John 

PeiresLd. Baron of 

Thos.Ld. Baron of 

Calf, Isack 
Callaghane, Teige 
Camell, Catherine 
Campden, Ld. Vis. 
Canon, Laurence 
Cantwcll, Widow Anne 
Jeofry 



Cautwell, John 

William 

Canwell, Widow 
Canyn, John 
Cappagh, Margaret 
Carau, Cap. John 
Carbery, Aid. John 

Nicholas 

Philip 

Richard 

Caren, Roger 
Carey, Cap. Peter 

Sir Thomas 

Carine, John Fitz-Jas. 
Carleton, Mary 

Thomas 

Carlingford, Earl of 
Carr, Robert 
Carran, Teig 
Carricke, Margaret 
Simon 



John 

Sarah 

Thomas 



Carron, Connor 
Carthy, Callaghan 

M^-Dan^ 

Charles 

Daniel 

Callaghan 

M-^-Daniel 
Dan' M-^Cor- 

mack 

M'Donogh Oge 

Donagh 

Elen 

— Gennett 

Katherine 

— Margaret 

Mary 

Dame Sarah 

Stephen 

Teige 

Carty,CormacM''Donogh 

Dermot M'^Owen 

Carrue, Patrick 
Carue, Connor 

Thos. Dickes 

Gary, Patrick 

Sir Thomas 

Casey, Robert 
Cashell, Bartholomew 
Casshell, Archbold, Ld. 

Abp. 
Castlehaveu, Co"'' Dow- 
ager of 

— — Earl of 

Cavanagh, Hugh 
Cawell, Catherine 

Fitz- John Peter 

Ceeley, Beale 

Thomas 

Chamberlayne, Roger 
Chamberlin, Arthure 
Aid" Michael 



INROLMENTS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



300 



Cbamberliu, Patrick 
Chamberline, Christo- 
plier 

Michael 

Patrick 

Tomacine 

Chambers, William 
Chancellor, Leonard 
Charty, Donagh Oge 
Chayne, Patrick 
Cheevers, Christopher 

Henry 

Francis 

Jerom 

John 

William 

Chillam, Catherine 

Katherine 

Christ Church, Deane, 

etc., of 
Christ Church, Dean 

and Chapter of 
Clancarty, Earl of 
Clonmorrish, Ld. Vis. 
Clanrickard, Anne, 
March'''^ of 

Earl of 

Marquis of 

Ld. Marquis of 

Eich'* Earl of 

Ulick, Earl 

Ulicke, Ld. of 

Ullicke,Marq. 

Ullicke, Ld. 

Marq. 

Marquise of 

Clare, Thomas 
Clarke, Andrew 

George 

John 

Mary 

Aid" Thos. 

Thomas 

Clayton, Laurence 

Sir Randal, Knt. 

Cleare, James 
Gleere, James 

Patrick 

Clinton, Beale 



Clinton, Elizabeth 

Laurence 

Mary 

Peter 

Stephen 

Clonerane, [ ] 

Clonmell, Burgess of 
Clonve, Stephen 
Clowde, Richard 
Cluney, Dermot 
Cobb, John 
Cock, William 
Code, Francis 
Coffie, Teige 
Coffy, Hugh 

Owen 

Cogan, Thomas 
Cogane, William 
Coggie, Donald 
Coghlan, Constantine 

Francis 

John 

Onora 

Coghlane, Francis 

James 

Mary 

• Terence 

Coghlon,.Lady Mary 
Colclough, Sir Adam, 
Bart. 

Anthony 

SirCesar, Bart. 

Is may 

Oliver 

Sir Thos., Knt. 



Colden, Richard 
Coleman, Andrew 

John 



Mary 

Thomas 

Collett, John 
Collins, Edward 

Francis 

Miles 

Col man, John 
Colmin, George 

John 

Colooney, Rich'*, Ld, 
Baron 



Colvill, Dr. Alexander 
Comaford, Ann 

George 

Nicholas 

Comb, Whott 
Comba, Cnogher 
Comerford, Beale 

^ Garrett 

John 

— Patrick 

Rich'* Fitz- 

Edw'* 
Comesford, Elizabeth 
Comin, John 
Mary 



Compton, Lord Spencer 

Comyn, Dame Kath- 
erine 

Sir Nicholas. 

Knt. 

Condon, Edmond 

Ellen 

John 

M'^Mawe 

Patrick 

Richard 

Connauglit, Ld. Presi- 
dent of 

Connell, John 

Connoly, John 

Connor, Charles 

Patrick 

Connor}', Teige 

Conou, John 

Conran, Bartholomew 

Darby 

Elinor 

Jonan 

Mary 

Thomas 



Conrane, Philip 
Conron, Walter 
Conway, Rt. Hon. Edw"*, 

Lord Viscount 
Cooke, Allen 

Dr. Edward 

Jacob 

Mr. 

Terence 

Thomas 



810 



APPENDIX. 



Cooke, Mrs. Thos 

Coole, Widow 
Coolom, Thomas 
Coomock, Johu 
Cooper, John 

Mary 

Eatley 

Walter 

William 

Coote, Riclr\Lord 
Coppinger, Ambrose 

Dominicke 

Edward 

Eliu 

James 

Genuett 

Katerine 



Cranhroght, Testy 
Marcus 



Margaret 

Mary 

Wid"' Mary 

— . Patrick 

Stephen 

— Thomas 

Walter 

Cork, Earl of 
~ Et. Hon. Rich'^ 
Earl 

Eich'' Earl 

Cormac, Ellin 
Corne, Pierce 
Corny, John 
Corporation of Dublin 
Corr, John 
Corran, Lord Vis. 
Cosgrave, Laurence 
Courcy, Dame Ellin 

Gerald Lord 

Coursey, Dom"" Fitz- 

Edm*^ 
Eich-^ Fitz- 

Dom'^ 
Coursies, Archdacon 
Cowly, James 
Cowrcy, Catherine 
Cox, Nathaniel 
Craford, Henry 
Craige, Sir James 
Lewis 



Creagh, David 
Crofton, David 
Crooke, Thomas 
Croker, Mr. 
Crolly, Thomas 

Tomacine 

Cromine, Thomas 
Crompton, Walter 
Crosbye, Sir Pierce, Kut 
Crosse, John 
Crossy, Anne 
Crowe, William 
Crowley, Mathew 
Crowly, Edward 

Patrick 

Cruice, George 
Ei chard 



Cruise, Christopher 
Crum, John 
Cruolly, Donagh 
Cuff, Joseph 
Cullen, Keeue 

Thomas 

Cunny, John 
Curaghmore, Baron of 
Curtis, Ferdinand 

Thomas 

Cusack, Michael 

Patrick 

Walter 

Cusacke Alson 

Lienor 

John 

Patrick 

Richard 

— Eobert 

Cussin, Marian 

Eichard 

Cutterie, Joane 

D 

Dafforne, Henry 
Dale, Joan 

Johu 

Dalton, Anne 

Edmond 

Ellen 



Dalton, Wid^^ Ellish 

Gerald 

Henry 

John 

Joan 

Margery 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Oliver 

— : Eichard 

Eobert 



Walter 

Daly, Donnogh 

Evelin 

John 



Teige 

Dance, Major 
Daniell, David 

Eichard 

Widow 



Darcie, Gerrald 

Nicholas 

Darcey, Christopher 
Darcy, Andrew 

Anne 

— Anthony 

Elizabeth 



Francis 

Garot 

George 

Jennett 

John 

Margaret 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Eobert 

Thomas 

William 

[ ] 

Darcye, George 
Dardis, Gerald 
Dare, Eobert 
David, Humphry 
Davies, Marcus 

Sir Paul, Knt. 

Davis, Henry 

Lieutenant 

Serjeant 

Davock, Wid''' Prances 
James 



INROLMENTS OF THP; DECRKES OF INNOCENTS. 



311 



Davyes, William 
Dayell, Daniel 
Dayly, Daniel 
Deacon, John 
Deane, John 

Eobert 

Deane and Chapter, 
Holy Trinity, Dublin 
Deasse, KicharcT 
Dee, Alderman 
Deey, Catherine 

Michael 

Deickes, Thomas 
Delahoide, Thomas 
Delahoyd, Anthony 

Christopher 

George 

Delahunt, Michael 
Delahyde, Luke 

Thomas 

Delahyed, Anthony 
Delamare, Gerrot 

Wid^^ Mary 

Eichard 

Walter 

Delamere, Edmond 

Henry 

Moris h 

Delasale, Christopher 

James 

Delvin, Dowager Dame 
Anna 

Lady 

Baron Lord 

Den, Patrick 

Thomas 

William 

Denn, Arthure 

Augustine 

Foulke 

Gilbert 

John 

Mary 

Patrick 

Robert 

Theobald 

Thomas 

Deny 

Desmynire, Lewis 
Desse, James 



Devenish, George 

Katherine 

William 

Devenishe, George 

Mr. 

Peter 

Devereux, Alson 

Jane 

Nicholas 

Robert 

Devorocks, Thomas 
Dexter, John 
Dillon, Andrew 

Anne 

Bartholomew 

Col. Carey 

Christopher 

Edmond 

Edward 

Elizabeth 

Garrard 

Garrott 

Henry 

Hubert 

James 

Sir James 

Jane 

John 

Katherine 

— Sir Lucas 

Lucias 

Luke, Ld. Vis. 

Sir Luke 

Margaret 

Martin 

Maurice 

Pierce 

Richard 

Robert 

Rose 

Thady 

Theobald 

Thomas 

Thomas, Lord 

Thomas,Ld.Vis. 

Sir Tibbott 

William 

Ditcher, John 
Dixou, Captain 
Sir Bob', Knt. 



Dixon, Sir W"\ Knt. 
Dobbin, Peter 

William 

Dobsou, George 
Dodd, Thomas 
Dodwell, George 

Henry 

Mary 

Donelan, James 
Donellane, John 
Doncl], Sarah 
Dongan, John 

Ismay 

Wid^^ Marg* 

Sir Walter, Knt. 

William 

Donnell, Cap. Fergus 

Hugh 

James 

Wid^" Marg* 

Mary 

WiUiam 

Donnelan, Dorothy 
Donovan, Dermot 

Jeremy 

John 



Donovane, David 
Doud, Aid" John 
Douugan, W"' Ld. Vis. 
Dowau, Maurice 
Dowdal, Mathew 

Patrick 

Dowdall, Anne 

Charles 

Christopher 

Cisly 

Edward 

Elinor 

Francis 

Henry 

James 

Dame Jennet 

Jenu 

John 

Judeth 

Katherine 

Lawrence 

Luke 

Mary 

— ]\Iathew 



312 



Dowdall, Nicholas 

Patrick 

— Paf^ Fitz- 

Steph. 

Sarah 

Stephen 

William 

[ ] 

Dowde, Christopher 

Edward 

John 

Aid" John 

Wid* Mary 

Dowding, James 

John 

Philip 

Richard 

Stephen 

Dowdy, James 

Langhlin 

Downe, Bishop of 
Doyle, Thomas 
Doyne, Derby 

Edward 

George 

Mable 

Michael 

Kobert 

Dracott, John 
Draicot, Henry 

John 

Draper, Cap. William 
Draycott, Elizabeth 

Henry 

John 

Sir John 

Driggin, John 
Droghedah, Earl of 
Dromgold, John 

Thomas 

Dromgolde, Thomas 
Dromgoulde, John 
Dromy, John 
Drope, Giles 
Dublin, Abp. of 
Dublin, &c., Mayor and 

Citizens 
Duckett, Sir George, 

Knt. 
Dudley, Humphry 



Duff, Christopher 
Robert 



Duffe, Donalde 

Lawrence 

Michael 

Sir Thady 

Duffy, Owne 
Dulchant}', Rory 

William 

Dundalk, Corporation of 
Dungan, Cisley 

James 

John 

Sir John 



Esmond, Elizabeth 

Laurence 

Laur*^", Lord 

Robert 

Patrick 



Dunlopp, Sir Brice 
Dunluce, Ld. Baron 
— Ld. Vis. 



Dunne, Barnaby 

Edward 

Wid^^ Sibilla 

Terence 

Dunsany, Ld. Baron 
Paf^Ld. Baron 



Dunscomb, Noble 
Dunstom, Noblett 
Duonm, Thomas 
Dutton, John 
Dwire, Mary 
Dyer, James 
Dyone, John 

E 

Eason, William 
Easwood, John 
Edgcome, Richard 
Eiffe, John 
William 



Elcock, Margaret 
Elder, Philip 
Elphin, Bp. of 

Edw'^ Ld. Bp. 

See of 

Elwil], Joseph 
Elwood, William 
Emans, Abraham 
Emlie, Dean and Chap, 
English, Philip 
William 



Enorsa, Teige 



Essex, Robert, Earl 
Eustace, Alexander 

Anne 

Bridget 

Christopher 

Clare 

Elinor 

Francis 

Frances 

— James 

Margaret 

Martha 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Oliver 

Thomas 

Walter 



Evat, Thomas 
Everard, Anne 

Edmond 

Elizabeth 

Jeffery 

James 

John 

Sir John, Knt. 

Richard 

Sir Rich'^ , Bart. 

Thomas 



Evers, Alexander 

Christopher 

John 

Thomisine 

Walter 



Everton, Simon 
Extou, John 
Exham, John 

F 

Fagan, Widow Anne 

Francis 

John 

Fallon, Peter 

Stephen 

Fanning, Jjhn 



INROLMENTS OP THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



313 



FarralljBrian M'^Jeoftrey 

Daniel Boy 

Jeoffery 

Farrell, Cormuck 

EveJiu 

John 

Marjery 

Morgan 

Robert 

Serjeant 

Thomas 

Farren, Thomas 
Farthing, John 
Fauut, John 

Nicholas 

Fay, Nicholas 
Feeld, James 
Fennell, Katherine 
Kenton, Sir W"\ Knt. 
Ferall, Bridget 

Francis 

Katherine 

Margaret 

— — Margery 

Eoger M'Garrett 

Ferrall, Connell 

Cap. Gerald 

Kedagh 

Moragli 

Richard 

Kobert 

William 

Field, William 

Fin, Dwallagh M'=Mul- 

rony 
Farrell, Moore 

M'^Mulrony 
Hugh Boy M^Mul- 

rony 

Owen M'Mulrony 

Teige Boy M'=Mul- 

rony 
Fine, Darby 
Fingall, Earl of 

Luke, Earl 

Finglas, James 

John 

Mary 

Wid^ Mary 

Eoger 



Finglass, Christopher 

Elis 

Richard 



Finglasse, John 
Finne, Teig M'^Fitz-Pat^ 
Fiunegans, Patrick 
Fisher, John 
Richard 



Fitz-Andrew, Jno. Gal- 
way 
Fitz-Dominick, Jeofry 
Linch 

Philip Eoch 

Eicli'^ Coursey 

Fitz-Edmond, Dom'' 
Coursey 

Edw^ Rice 

Fitz-Edward, Frances 
Roch 
W™ Galway 



Fitz-Gerald, Thomas 
William 



Fitz-Garrot, Thomas 
Fitz-George, Jno. Lum- 
bar d 

PhiUp Roch 

Rich'' Roch 



Fitz-Gerald, Dame Mary 

Edmond 

r Sir Edw'^ 

Edward 

Ehsh 

Wid^" Eliz"'" 

Ellen 

Ellish 

Ganet 

George 

Gerald 

James 

Sir John 

Sir James 

John 

Sir John, Knt. 

John 

Sir Lucas 

Sir Luke 

Margaret 

Maurice 

iMorish 

Oliver 

Eichard 

Robert 



Fitz-Gerrald, Cisly 

Clement 

Sir Edward 

Gerrald 

John 

Sir James 

Sir John 

Maurice 

Oliver 

Richard 

Theobald 

Thomas 

Fitz-Gerrold, Garrot 
Fitz-Harris, Anstace 

Marcus 

Mathew 



Fitz-Harry, Paf^ Walsh 
Fitz-Henry, Nich^^ White 
Fitz-James, And'^ Mur- 

rogh 
James Brey- 

vers 

James Eice 

Eobert Walsh 

Thos. Young 

Ullick Roch 



Fitz-Jeffry, Ricli'^ Gala- 
way 
Fitz- Jeoffery, Jno. White 
Fitz-John, Jas. Galway 

James Ronane 

Maurice Roch 

RobuckFrench 

Thos. White 



Fitzleon, Alson, Dame 
Fitzmaurice, Gerald 
Honor 



Fitz-Michael,Jno.White 
FitzMorish, Gibbiu 
John Eoth 



Fitz-Morrice, Ulicke 
Fitz-Morris, Pat"" Roch 

Thomas 

Fitz-Nicholas, George 

Skeddy 
Pai'^ Madden 



Fi tz-Patrick , Hen^' 

White 



314 



APPENDIX. 



Fitz-Patrick, James 
Meagli 

Morish Rocli 

Teig M-Finne 

W" Tirry 

Fitz-Philip, Rob' Walsli 
Fitz -Porter, Rich'' 

Strange 
Fitz-Kery, Edward 
Michael 



— Robert 

— Thoroas 



Fitz- Richard, Paf" 
Meagh 

— Paf^ Roch 

Phihp Eoch 

Rich'' Walsh 

William 



Fitz-Robert, Jno. Walsh 
Fitz-Simon, Philemy 
Fitz- Simons, Nicholas 
Phelim 

[ ] 

Fitz- Stephen, Dom"" Rice 

Thos. Eice 

Fitz-Symons, Eich'" 
Fitz - Thomas, James 

White 

John 

Paf^ Rice 

Fitz-Walter, Sherlock 
Fitz-William, Jas. Lin- 
coln 

John Helihie 

Lincoln, James 

Ld. Viscount 

Sir Thos. 

Thos.Sarsfield 

Fitz-Williams, Elinor 
Nicholas 

Stephen 

Sir Thomas 

Flannagan, Edmond 
Flannegan, Anthony 
Flatery, Hugh 
Fleaminge, -Joane 
Fleming, Bridget 

Christopher 

Elinor 

Francis 



Fleming, Gennet 

George 

James 

Jasper 

John 

Mary 

Patrick 

Randal 

— Cap. Rob* 

Thomas 

William 



Flemyng, Catherine 

James 

Patrick 

Thomas 



Fletcher, Robert 
Flinge, Edward 
Flood, Gallway 
William 



Flyn, Thomas 
Follow, John 
Font, James 
Thomas 



Foolame, Christopher 
Foote, William 
Foranau, Donogh 
Teio;e 



Ford, James 
Forrest, Borlster 
Forstall, Alson 

James 

Lucas 



Forster, Charles 

George 

Fortescue, Faithful 
Forth, Sir Rich'\ Knt. 
Foster, Charles 



Foukerry, Farrell 
Fowlau, Nehemia 
Fowles. William 
Fox, Wid^' Elizabeth 

Gearrott 

Myler 



Freene, Henry 
French, Elen 

James 

Maggin 

Robuck Fitz- 

John 



French, Sir Peter 
William 



Frensh, Edmond 
Frett, William 
Fryer, Rowland 
Fullam, James 
John 



Patrick 

I'allerton, Eleuor 
William 



Furlong, William 
Fyan, Molshir 
Fynglass, John 

G 

Gaffy, Teige 
Gaines, Thomas 
Galbally, James 
Patrick 



Gallan, M'^Gevoge 
Gallway, Edward 
Galway, George 
Galmoy, Edw'' Ld. Vis. 
Viscountess 



Galtrim, Baron of 
Galtrym, Baron 
Galvan, Richard 
Galwan, Ivane 

Nicholas 

Patrick 



Galway, James Fitz- 
John 

John 

John Fitz - An- 
drew 

Rich'' Fitz- Jeffry 

W" Fitz-Edw** 

Gal ways, Dominick 

Galwey, Edward 

Gambell, George 

Gamone, William 

Ganly, Daniel 

Mathew 

Owen 

William 

Garlon, [ ] 

Garnet, George 

Garrie, Dennis 

Gawly, Anne 



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815 



Gawly, Cbristophei- 

James 

Gay, Charles 
Geoghegan, Art 

Conuor 

Edward 

— '■ Elizabeth 

Giles 

Hugh 

]\'[ary 

Oweu 

Thomas 

George, Dr. Eobert 
Gerald, Edm^^Fitz-John 
Geraldine, Nich'' Fitz- 
Eedm'* 

Redmond 

Gernon, Elizabeth 

Ellis 

Henry 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Richard 

Roger 

Gething, Cap. Richard 
Gethins, Cap. rach*^ 
Geydon, Henry 

John 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Gibbon, Simon 
Gibbons, Bridget 

Elenor 

Elizabeth 

Frances 

Francis 

Aid" John 

Mary 

Margaret 

Thomas 

Gibbs, Ensign George 
Gibson, John 
Gilbert, Sir George 
Gilbey, Abraham 
Gillford, Sir Henry 
Gillingham, William 
Giver, John 
Glasse, John 



Glassie, Moriue 
Glover, John 

Mary 

Godkin, Cap. Rob' 
Goodwin, Mathew 

Paul 

Peter 

Richard 



Gorman, Katherine 
Gormanstown, Ld. Vis, 
Gosmore, Benj amine 
Gough, Adam 

Ann 

Edward 

Ellis 

Ignatius 

Henry 

Patrick 

Aid" Patrick 

Widow 



— William 



Gould, Anstace 

Christopher 

David 

Henry 

James 

John 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Eichard 

Stephen 

Aid" Thos. 

William 

Goulding, John 

Mary 

Walter 



Gouldsmith, George 
Hester 



Greames, Andrew 

Cap. Thos. 



Greatrix, William 
Greene, Edward 
Gregory, Lieutenant 
Grey, Patrick 
Griffin, John 
Marrian 



Griffine, Dennis 
Eichard 



Grace, Edmond 

Gerald 

James 

Wid" ]\Iary 

Col. Eichard 

Grady, John 
Grahamshand 
Graine, John 

Walter 

Graunt, Mathew 

Teige M'^Fynnie 

Thomas 



Griffith, Nicholas 
Grineway, John 
Grove, Beale 

William 



Guilford, Elizabeth Co"^* 
Guppy, William 
Guy, Christopher 

H 

Hacliin, Paul 
Hacket, Cap. Francis 

George 

James 



Hdon, Dermot 
Hadsore, George 
John 



Hagans, Philip 
Haghierm, James 
Hagherin, Thady 
Halloran, Edmond 
Hallsey, Allice 
William 



Halpin, Eichard 
Haly, Richard 
Hamilton, Dame Eliza- 
beth 

Sir Francis, 

Bart. 
— George, Lord 

Sir George, 

Knt. 

James 

Hamlin, Nicholas 

Patrick 

Thomas 

Hamlyn, Nicholas 

Thomas 

William 

Hamocke, Christopher 



816 



APPENDIX. 



Hamond, Col. 

Robert 

Haiidall, John 
Handcocke, Cbristopher 

Mathew 

Harding, Major W" 
Harford, Chrismas 

Peter 

Harper, Patrick 
Harpolle, William 
Harries, liobert 
Harris, Bridget 

Pbilip 

Harrison, Jobu 

William 

Harrold, Jobn 

Michael 

Thos., junior 

Thomas 

William 

Harrowden, Baron of 
Hart, Thomas 

William 

Hartpoole, George 

Wid"' Martha 

Robert 

William 

Harvie, Richard 
Haryson, Edward 
Hayes, John 

Samuel 

Thomas 

Haughton, John 

Thomas 

Hedriugton, W" 
Helan, Patrick 

Richard 

Helihie, Jobn 

Thomas 

William 

Hely, John 

William 

Hendly, Henry 

^Captain 

Richard 

Hennadge, Jane 
Hennage, Sir Thos. 
Herbert, Constantine 

Sir Jasper, Knt. 

Maurisb 



Herbert, Thomas 
Hewlett, George 
Heyden, Alexander 

Cap. W" 

Hickey, Mary 
William 



Hill, Arthur 

Roger 

Sir W'", Knt. 



Hinsey, Daniel 
Hoare, Alson 

George 

Mary 

— Mathew 

Philip 

Stephen 

— William 



[ 



Hoath, Lord Baron 
John 



Hobards, Philip 
Hodder, Col. John 

Aid" W" 

William 

Hodges, Philip 
Hogaue, Patrick 
Holihie, John Fitz-W"' 
Hollies, John 

William 

Holliwood, John 
Holliwoode, Nicholas 
Holliwoode,Christoplier 
HoUoway, Thomas 
Hollyday, Bridget 

Thomas 

Holly es, William 
Hollywode, Frances 

John 

Nicholas 

Hollywood, James 
Holmes, Peter 
Thomas 



Honard, John 
Hoore, Philip 
Hope, Alexander 

Mary 

Wid^' Mary 

Pilchard 

Walter 



Hopkins, John 



Hopkins, Peter 
Hore, Alson 

Bridget 

Ignatius 

Margaret 

Mary 

Philip 

. Walter 

William 



Horish, John 
Katherine 



Houth, Lady Dowager 

Lord 

Howel, John 
Howell, Anthony 

William 

Howeorth, Philip 
Howth, Nich^Ld. BarDtf 
Hubert, Richard 
Hudson, William 
Hughes, Edmond 
Hull, Widow 
Humes, Thomas 
Hunt, Aid" Raphaell 
Hurley, Philip 
Hurly, Grany 
Hurst, Humberston 
Mr. 



Hussey, Christopher 

Hugh 

Luke 

Mathias 

Moyler 

Patrick 

Peter 

Thomas 

Hussie, Peter 
Hussy, Katherine 

Miles 

Nicholas 

Robert 

Walter 

Patrick 



Hutcheson, Aid" Daniel 



Ikerrine, Ellen, Vice 

Co''" Dowager 
Ikerrine, Pierce Ld, Vis, 



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317 



Inchiquiue, Earl of 

Morrogli, Ld. 

Baron 
Iveagh, Hugh, Ld. Vis. 



Jacob, Bridget 

Eicliard 

Sir Robert, Knt. 

— t K 

Jacobb, Edward 
James, Edward 

Aid" Edw'^ 

Aid" James 

Jecvet, Jane 

Percival 

Jenkins, Bernard 
Jepbson, Alexander 
Jessop, Jane 
Jones, Christopher 

David 

. Edward 

Elizabeth 

Jane 

John 

Mary 

Mathew 

Nicholas 

Oliver 

Roger 

Sir Roger 

Sir Roger, Knt. 

Thomas 

Walter 

Jordan, Anne 

John 

Simon 

Walter 

Joy, Thomas 
Joye, Henry 
Julian, Ensigne 



Kavanagh, Barnaby 

Edm'* :M''Bryan 

M'Cahire 

Gerald 

Gerald M^Edm"^ 



Kavanagh, Gerald 
]\PTerlagh 
■Thos.M'^Terlagh 



Kearney, Patrick 

Robert 

Kearny, Edmond 

James 

Keating, David 

— James 

Katherine 

Widow 



Keeffe, Constantine 
Kegan, Conn 

— Elinor 

Katherine 

Murtagh 



Kerny, Edmond 

Mary 

Patrick 

Kerregan, William 
Kerry, Knight of 
Kevin, William 
Keyfe, David 
Keysar, Richard 
Kildare, Rt.Hon.Earl of 
Lord of 



Kells, Corporation of 
Kelly, Edmond 

Hugh 

Thomas 

WilUam 

Kelsy, John 
Kemp, Sir Gerald 

Margaret 

Kenedy, Alexander 

Christopher 

Dorothy 

George 

Marke 

Robert 

Walter 

Kennedy, Daniel 

— George 

Jas. Fitz-W" 

John 

• Patrick 

William 



Kilfenrie, Bishop of 
Kilkenny, Rob', Ld. 

Baron 
West, Rob*, 

Ld.Baronof 
Killeen, Ld. Baron of 
Killeene, Christ'" Ld. 

Baron 
Dowager Lady 



Kennedye, Christopher 

James 

John 

Marks 

Mary 

Aid" Robert 

Walter 

Kenny, Henry 
Kent, Nicholas 

Thomas 

Kerdyff, Simon 
Kernau, Christopher 
Kerny, Bryan 



Killin, Hugh 
Kilmore, Dean & Chap. 

Rob* Ld. Bp. 

Ld. Bp. W" 

Kilsenan, WilHam 
Kilulta, Rt. Hon. Edw. 

Ld. Vis. 
King, Bryen 

George 

. Giles 

— — Hugh 

Joane 

John 

Sir John 

Nicholas 

Sir Robert 

Sir Wilham 

Kinginell, Suragh 
Kingslaud, Viscount 
Kinsale, Corporation of 

Ld. Baron 

Kustace, Nicholas 



Lacey, Pierce 
Lacy, Francis 

John 

Lake, Edward 
Lambart, John 
Lambert, Jasper 



318 



APPENDIX. 



Lambert, John 

Mabine 

Lampist, Maurice 
Lamport, James 
Lane, Sir George 

Sir Richard 

Lang Richard 
Langer, John 

Akl" Jolm 

Laughlan Maurice 

Narragh 

Lavalin, James 

Milsher 

Aid" Pat"^ 

Lawlcs, Richard 

Walter 

Lawless, Margaret 

Thomas 

Ledvidge, Richard 
Ledwicli, James 
Lee, Dorothy 

John 

Michael 

Pierce 

Lees, Robert 
Leister, Robert 
Lenan, Manns 

Mary 

Leonard Christopher 

Stephen 

Lestrauge, Captain 
Lethara, Thomas 
Levett, Alson 

Patrick 

Lewes, John 

Ley, John 

Leynes, Bartholomew 

Elinor 

Lilly, Widow 
Linch, Edward 

Geofry Pitz- 

Dom'' 

Sir Harry 

John 

— Mary 

Thacly 

Lincoleu, James 
Lincoln, Jas. P'itz-W" 
Lineger, John 
Lingard, Richard 



Limrick, Ld. Baron 
Linn, Andrew 
Liscomer, Widow 
Livin, Patrick 
Lixsnae, Baron of 
Lloyd, Widow 
Lock, John 
Locke, William 
Loftus, Sir Dudley 
Nicholas 



Lombard, David 
Lond, Timothy 
Long, CoL Thos. 
Longford, Ld. Baron 
Louth, Oliver, Ld. Baron 
Patrick 



Ld, 



Love, Nicholas 
Lowth, Dowager Lady 

Lord of 

Mathew 

Baron 
Lowther, Gerard 

John 

Lucas, Edward 

John 

Nicholas 

Lumbard, James 

— John Fitz- 

George 

Peter 

William 

Luther, John 
Luttrell, AUice 
— John 



Lynhame, Richard 
Thomas 



M 

Macady, Mr. 
Macary, Thomas 
Macglaghlin, Patrick 
Mackins, Thomas 
Macody, David 
Maddan, Annas 

Anstace 

Patrick 



Martha 

Wid^^ Mary 

Simon 

Thomas 

William 

Lyan, Patrick 
Lynard, Richard 
Lynch, Ellis 

Gerard 

Sir Henry 

James 

Lieut. -Col. 

Stephen 

Thomas 

Lynham, Bartholomew 
Lynhame, Margaret 



Madden, Paf^' Fitz- 

Nich^^ 
Madin, Doctor 
Madon, William 
Maganlies, William 
Maganwell, Thomas 
Magawly, George 
Magenis, Ever 

Philemy 

JNIagennis, Brian 

Douell 

Edmond Boy 

Fardarough 

Hugh 

Magher, Cornelius 
Magneisse, Arthur 

BryenjM^Ever 

Magner, James 

Redmond 

Richard 



Magragh, Francis 
Magrath, Bryan 

James 

Lady Mary 

Marcus 

Tirlagh 



Mahon, Joan, Widow 
Mahony, Mary Ny 
Maine, Katherine 
Maisterson, Frances 

John 

Thomas 

Malby, [ ] 

Maloue, Alderman 

Edmond 

James 

John 



INROLMENTS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



Bid 



Malone, Mary 

Walter 

William 

[ ] 

Mandeville, Walter 
Mauefield, Abraham 
Mapas, Cliristoplier 

Clare 

Francis 

Mary 

Patrick 

Maper, Ignatius 
Marsh, Walter 
Martell, Christopher 
Martin, Daniel 

Henry 

John 

Maggin 

Magdelen 

Mary 

Mr. 

Oliver 

Patrick 

Peter 

Richard 

Robert 

Sebastian 

Stephen 

William 

Martyu, John 
Masterson, Alexander 

John 

Laurence 

Sir Richard 

Robert 

Rowland 

Mathew, Ellinor 

George 

Mathews, James 

Philip 

May, William 
Mayo, Lord 

Mayor, etc., City Dublin 
Mays, Widow 
M'^Andrey, [ ] 

Henry 

M "^ B r y a n , M^Rosse 
M^Mahou Collo 
M'^Callaghaue, Cormack 
M^Cartan, Patrick 



M'^Carthy More, Daniel 
M'^Carty, Charles 
M'^Caughley, Maurice 
M^Collegan, James 
M^Dauiel, Randal 
M^Donel, Alexander 

Dame Katherine 

Randal 



M^Donell, Alexander 

Sir Alexander 

Dame Anne 

Catherine 

Colla 

ElUs 

James 

Katherine 

Moorish 

Sir Kandal 

Kandle 

Sir Eandle 

Rose 



M'^Donnell, Alexander 
M'^Donnogh, Bryan 

Connor 

Dan' Oge 

Carthy 

Katherine 

Tamultagh 

Roe 

Turlagh 

M'^Donogh, Bryan 

Bryan Oge 

Malaghlin 

M'^Mulrony 

Mulrony 

Mulrony M^- 

Cahill Duffe 

Rob* M^Teige 

... Tomultagh 

Murry 
McDowl, Gregory 
McDuffe, Archebald 

John 

Murphy 

M'Edmond, Packard 
M-Fettry, William 
McGanly, Daniel 

Gibberna 

Hugh 



M<>Gawley, Auley 



McGawley Daniel 

James 

Moriertagh 

William 

M'^Gennis, Hugh 
M'^Gilligohy, James 
M^Gilligoly, Evelin 
M'Glee, Alexander 
M^Guffee, Donagh 

Edward 

McHenry, Edmond 

James M'^Gorry 

James Oge 

M^Hugh, M'^Dermoduff 

Rory 
M'^Idaony, Connor 
M'JCay, Alexander 
M'^Keagh, Teige 
M-Keogh, Eory 
M<=Krener, James 
M^Mahon, Brian Oge 

Egar 

Mathew 

Owen 

Terlagh 

Terlagh Eoe 



M^'Mahowue, James 
McMulrony,Owen Grana 

M^Gilleglasse 
McNaghten, Daniel 

Donald 

John 



M'^Nemara, John 

Daniel 

Donagh 

John 



M'^Shane, Kichard 
M^Swine, Mulmorry 
Roger 



M'^Swyne, Mulmore 
M'^Warde, Rory 
Mea, James 
Mead, John 
Meade, William 

John 

Robert 

Meagh, Elhs 

James 

Jas. Fitz-Pat" 

John 



320 



APPENDIX. 



Meagh, Margaret 

Nicliola 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Pat'' Fitz-Rich-i 

Pierce 

Richard 

Robert 

Thomas 

William 

Meakius, John 
Meara, Cisely 

Dr. Dermott 

Dermott 

— Dr. Edmond 

Meares, Aldn Eich^ 
Meath, Anthony, Ld. 
Bp. of 

Bishop of 

Melefont, William 
Merion, Ld. Vis. 
Mernion, William 
Merrion, Thos.Ld. Vis. 
Merry man, William 
Mervin,Sir Audleyjvnt. 
Mey, Bartholomew 

James 

Mathew 

Michans, Rector of 
Michelbourne, Cap*" 
Milkym, Honor 
Milles, John 
Milloiighby, Sir Fran", 

Kut. 
Mills, Thomas 

William 

Milner, William 
Missett, Adam 

Edmond 

Mitchell, Thomas 
Moclaigh, [ ] 

Molaclin, Ivan 
Molloy, Alson 

Barry 

Charles 

Conn 

Elhs 

Hugh 

Jasper 

Monaghon, Colle 



Montrath, Ch. Earl of 
Co"^' Dowager of 



Mooles, Julian 
William 



Mooney, Edward 

John 

Mary 

Mathew 

Owen 

Andrew 

— Anne 

Bartholomew 

Charles 

Connell 

Widow Ellis 

Jane 

John 

Dr. John 

Wid''' Katherine 

Michael 

Cap. Nicholas 

Patrick 

Robert 

Roger 

Thomas 

William 



Mordeik, Joseph 
Morgan, James 

Peter 

Morragh, Waltei- 
Morres, Edward 

Wid^^Dame Ellis 

Harvy 

Jeoffery 

Sir John, Bart. 

Dame Katherine 

— Sir Redmond, 

Bart. 
Morrogh, Edmond 

Henry 

Aid" James 



Mortimer, William 
Mostin, Dorothy 
Mountgarrett, Edm. Ld. 

Vis. 
Elizabeth, Lady 

Richd Ld. Vis. 

Moyuaght, Thoty 
MuUan, Thomas 



Mullan, William 
Mulreane, Richard 
Mulrian, William 
Mulsenoge, Anthony 
Mealimnery 



Munday, John 
Munns, James 
Murphy, John 

Richard 

Dr. Richd 



Murrogh, Andrew 

Andw Fitz- 

James 
Mutter, James 
Myagh, Ann 

James 

Katherine 

Stephen 

Stephen Fitz- 

Garrot 
Myler, Francis 
Myrry, Widow 

N 

Naghton, William 
Nagle, Richard 
Nangle, Anne 

Bartholomew 

Cornet Edm<i 

Ehzabeth 

Francis 

Garrott 

George 

Jocelin 

Patrick 

Robert 

Thomas 

Walter 

Nash, Margaret 
Cap. Paf^ 



Navan, Baron of 
Naylor, John 
Neale, David 

Kate 

Neile, John 
Nelan, James 
Paule 



Nettervile, Frances 
Hierome 



INROLMENTS OF THE DBOEEES OF INNOCENTS. 



321 



Nettervile, James 

Jobu 

John, Ld.Vis. 

Margaret 

Nicholas, Ld. 

Vis. 

Eobert 

Nettervell, Sir John 

Lord Viscount 

Eobert 

Nettervill, Lord Vis- 
count 

Mary 

Maud 

Nicholas 

Nicholas, Ld. 

Vis. 

— — Patrick 

Thomas 

Nevill, Bichard 

Newcomen, Sir Eob', 
Bart. 

Lieut.-Eobert 

Newgent, Andrew 

— Anne 

Francis 

■ James 

Walter 

Newman, Mr. 

Eichard 

Thomas 

Neyler, James 

Nicholas, John 

Thomas 

Nicholson, James 

John 

Noel, Sir Martin, Knt. 

Nolan, John 

Norfeild, Simon 

Norragh, Baron of 

Northampton, Wm Earl 

Nottingham, Ignacius 

Lamareik 

Nucomon, Eobert 

Nugent, Andrew 

Christopher 

Cicily 

Edmond 

Edward 

Elinor 



Nugent, Elizabeth 

Francis 

Garrett Duff 

Garrot 

■ George 

Henry 

James 

Joan 

John 

Ismay 

Laurence 

Oliver 

Eichard 

Sir Eichard 

Robert 

Theobald 

Thomas 

Walter 

Nulty, Barbara 
Mathew 



Oatts, Thomas 
O'Brien, Connor 

Donnogh 

James 

Eiokard 

Sir Terence, 

Bart. 
Tirlogh 



'Bryan, Daniel 
O'Byrne, Bryan 
O'Cahan, Gillduff 
O'Callaghane, Callagh- 
ane 
Connor-reagh 



O'Carrew, Malachie 
O'Connor, Brian 

Dermot 

Elinor 

Major Owen 

Eory 



O'Cullane, Maurice 
O'Dally, Hugh 
O'Donovan, Daniel 

Sheily 

O'Dowde, Charles 
O'Downny, Flan 
O'Driscall, Murtagh 



O'Duffy, Tirlagh 
O'Fallen, Hugh 
O'Farrell, Patrick 
O'Fealan, James 

John 

Thomas 



O'Flanigan, Connor 
Ogden, Amos 
O'Geshally, James 
O'Gosdel, Brian 
O'Hanlou, Hugh Boy 
O'Hara, Cahil 
Teige 



O'Hare, Keane 
O'Hart, Laughlin 
O'Healy, Teige 
O'Higgin, Eoger 
O'Keeffe, Art 

Daniel 

Donagh Eoe 

Teige M<=Donagh 

O'Keife, Manus 
O'Kelly, Hugh Oge 
O'Meaghera, Dermot 
O'Melaclin, Hugoe 
O'Melaghlin, Phelim 
O'Mooney, Gelduffe 
O'Morau, Farragh 
O'Moraue, Hugh 
O'Mullane, Dermot 
O'Murry, Donogh 
Eory 



O'Naghten, Eory 

Teige Oge 



O'Neale, Sir Phelim 
O'Neil, Daniel, groom 
of His Majesty's 
Bedchamber 
Henry 



Dame Martha 

Eose 

O'Neile, Sir Henry 
O'Eelly, Hugh 

Philip M'Hugh 



O'Eeoge, John 
Duke of 



Ormond, James, Duke of 
Lord, Duke of 



O'Eonau, Melaughlin 
O'Eoyrke, John 



w 



322 



APPENDIX. 



Orsborue, Nicholas 
O'Kuan, Hugh 

Loghliu 

O'Eyan, Edm^ M-'Donell 

Edm'i M'^Mur- 

tagh 
O'Eyegane, E a u d 1 e 

M'Douell 
Osbaldeston, Edmond 

Jeflfery 

. John 

Katerine 

Lucy 

Osbalston, Edward 
Osburne, William 
O'Shaughnessie, Sir 

Roger 
Ossory, Bishop of 

Roger, Earl of 

Ouldon, Widow 
Owens, Thomas 



Parke, Robert 
Parker, Deane 

Phillip 

Parkhurst, Sir Roger, 

Knt. 
Parrott, Joseph 
Parry, Miles 
Parsons, Sir Lawr"", Knt. 

Thomas 

William 

. Sir W", Knt. 

Paynter, Eichard 
Peirce, Anne 
Pelton, Cap. Thomas 
Peppard, Widw Ismay 
Percival, Sir Philip 
Percivale, Sir John, 
Knt. 

. — Sir Philip, Knt. 

Percivall, Josias 

Major John 

Theodore 

Percivals,Sir John, Bart, 
Perry, Edward 

Jonathan 

Peter, Arthur 



Pettet, Garret 
Philpott, Nathaniel 
Phillips, Widow 
Pierce, Lucias 
Pine, Henry 
Pinshin, Phillip 
Pippard, Robert 
Pipphard, Alson 
George 



Plunket, Alexander 

Edward 

George 

Henry 



- James 

— Lucas, Et. Hon. 
Widow Mary 



Plunkett, Alexander 

Widow Anne 

Christopher 

Sir ChrisP'"', 

Knt. 

Edward 

Elinor 

Elizabeth 

Francis 



• George 

James 

Katherine 

Dame Kat- 
erine 

Dame Kath- 
erine 

Rt. Hon. 

Lucas 

Luke 

Margaret 

Mary 

Maud 

Sir Nicholas, 

Knt. 

Patrick 

— Robert 

Teresa 

Aid" Thos. 

William 



Poole, Thomas 
Poore, Thomas 
Portiugall, James 

Jasper 

William 



Portland, Earl of 
Potter, Captain 
Poulter, Mr. 
Powell, John 
Power, Edmond 

Ellen 

Eustace 

John 

Et. Hon. John, 

Lord 

Mary 

Maurice 

Dr. Nicholas 

Eichard 

Thomas 

Widow 

William 



Prator, Lieut. George 
Prendergast, Thomas 
Pressecke, John 
Pressicke, Joseph 
Preston, Catherine 

Elinor 

Wid^ Kathr' 

Nicholas 

Robert 

— Eoger 

Simon 

— Thomas 

William 

Price, James 
Pridue, Richard 
Proudfoot, Katherine 

Patrick 

Proudfoote, George 

James 

John 

Nicholas 

Richard 

Robert 



Puller, Robert 
Puncy, Widow 
Purcell, Ellen 

In an 

John 

Eichard 

Simon 

Thomas 

William 

Purfield, James 



INROLMENTS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



328 



Q 

Quaytret, Francis 
Quely, Kobert 
Quin, Dennis 

John 

Aid" Mark 

Peter 

Eicliard 

Thomas 

Quine, Peter 
Quirke, Thomas 
Quony, William 

K 

Eadcliffe, Sir George, 

Knt. 
Eagg, Widow 
Ranalagh, Lord 
Ranelagh, Arthur, Ld. 
Vis. 

Roger, Ld.Vis. 

Eatcliffe, Thomas 
Rategan, Eobert 
Eathoiue, Edward 
Rawles, Sir David 
Eawlins, Widow 
Rawden, George 
Reade, Eichard 
Eeagane, John 

Teige M^John 

Eealy, Nicholas 
Eeeves George 
Eeigan, Daniel 
Eelicke, James 
Eelly, Nicholas 

William 

Eely, Edmond 

John 

Eenalaugh, Rger, Ld. 

Vis. 
Eey, Christopher 
Eeynalds, Anne 

Charles 

Eeynells, Eichard 
Reynolds, George 

— Henry 

Isaac 

Eice, Andrew 



Eice, Anthony 

Bartholomew 

Christian 

Dom''Fitz-Stephen 

Edward 

Edwd FitzEd- 

mond 

Joane, Wid" 

Patrick Fitz- 

Thomas 

Eobert 

StephenFitz-Dom'' 

Thomas 

Tho» Fitz- Stephen 

Eichards, Major 
Eichardson, John 
Eidge John 
Eidgway, Agues 
Eidley, Col. 
Eoach, James 

John 

Eoath, James 
Eoberts, Thomas 
Eobinson, William 
Eoch, David, Lord 

Dominick 

Edmond 

Edward 

Francis Fitz-Edw^ 

George 

Honora 

John 

Ald'i John 

Katherine 

Lord 

Mary 

Maurice 

Maurice,Fitz- John 

Maurice, Ld. Vis. 

Morish, Fitz-Pat'' 

Morrish 

Dr. Morrish 

Nicholas 

Onor 

Patrick 

Patk Fitz-Morris 

Patk Fitz-Eichd 

Philip Fitz-Domk 

Philip Fitz-George 

Philip Fitz-Richo 



Eoch, Philip Oge 

Philip 

Richo Fitz-George 

Robert 

Theobald 

Ullick Fitz-James 

William 



Roche, Andrew 

Dominick 

Edmond 

Edward 

Joane 

Katherine 

Maurice 

Aid" Maurice 

Ullick 

[ ] 

Rocheford, Katherine 
Henry 

Jenico 

Sir John 

Oliver 

Robert 

Thomas 



Rochford, Ellis 

Hugh 

John 

Patrick 

Thomas 

Eochfort, William 
Roe, Donagh Oge 

Elinor 

Henry 

Richard 

Rogan, James 
Roger, John 
Roirke, Mary 
Ronan, Elin 

Aid" James 

Mary 

Richard 

Aid" Theobald 

Thomas 

Ronane, Edmond 

James 

Aid" James 

James Fitz-John 

Joane 

Maurice 

Nicholas 



324 



APPENDIX, 



Ronaue, Aid" Thos. 

William 

Roome, James 
Rooskeley, Ann 

Foulke 

Korke, Thomas 
Roscommon, Earl of 

James, Earl of 

Wentwortli, 

Earl 
Roth, James Fitz- 

Maurice 
Rotheram,Sir Tho',Knt. 
Rowe, Patrick 
Rowland, Richard 
[ 



Rowles, WilHam 
Rownane, James 
Russell, Bartholomew 

Christopher 

Cisly 

James 

John 

Katherine 

Mary 

Robert 

Ryan, Charles 

John 

Pierce 

Ryane, Derby 



Sale, Simon 
Salisbury, John 
Sandford, George 
Santry, Ld. Baron 
Sargeant, John 
Sarsfield, Anne 

Dominick 

Edmond 

Wid^^ Ellis 

Jennet 

John 

Patrick 

Peter 

Aid" Thos. 

Thos. 

Thos.Fitz-W"' 

= William 



Sarsfield, Aid" W" 
Saunders, Thomas 
Seagrane, Margaret 

Richard 

William 



Scoffeeld, John 
Scott, David 
Major Edw'' 



Scofeild, Richard 
Scudamore, Richard 
Scurloge, Anne 

Barnaby 



Seagrave, Christopher 

Francis 

— James 

John 

Laurence 

Wid^ Mary 

— Peter 



Robert 

Walter 



Sedgrave, Frances 

Henry 

Mr. 

Nicholas 

Richard 

Walter 



Segrave, Henry 

John 

Nicholas 

Segreave, Henry 
Seix, Thomas 
Semple, Sir W'" 
Sexton, Sir George, Knt. 

— John 

Margaret 

Phillis 

Sextune, William 
Sicklemore, Cap. Jas. 
Silliard, Sankey 
Silver, Owen 
Simpson, Cap. 
Sinckler, James 
Shagnussy, Dame Margt 

Sheely 

Shanahane, Edmond 
Shanon, Francis Ld. Vis. 
Shapcot, Robert 
Sharpe, Luke 
Shea, Jasper 



Shearman, William 
Shee, Helias 

George, junior 

Margaret 



Sheely, Nicholas 
Sheerevere, Marcus 
Sheffeild, Major Rich** 
Shelly, James 
Shelton, Aid" Tho' 

William 

Sherley, John 
Sherlock, Bartholomew 

John 

Patrick 

Peter 

Sir Tho« 

SirThoSKat. 



Shiell, Anne 

Mary 

Tobye 

Shirley, Lettis 
Shirlocke, Richard 
Shortall, Ellis 
Skart, Samuel 
Skeddy, George Fitz- 

Nich'^ 
Skelton, John 
Skeret, Edmond 
Skeretts, Francis 
Skiddy, John 

Christian 

Wid^ Christian 

George 

Joane 

Iphisby 

Nicholas 

Thomas 



Slane, Dame Anne 

Lady Dowg"^ Anne 

Lord Baron of 

ChrisP"^ Ld. Baron 

W" Ld. Baron 



Slidd, John 
Smith, Francis 

John 

Robert 

Samuel 



Thady 

Thomas 

Smyth, George 



INROLMENTS OP THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



325 



Soddin, Robert 
Southwell, Robert 
Spencer, Ellinor 

Hugolin 

Mathew 

Perregrine 



Sprinliam, Robert 
Stafford, Thos., Earl of 
Stanley, Luke 
Stanton, Michael 
Stapleton, Cap. Arthur 
Stelan, Patrick 
Stephenson, Rich" 
Stevens, Nicholas 
Steward, Archibald 
Stewart, Sir W" 
Stoakes, William 
Stoker, Joseph 
Stoute, John 

■ Nicholas 

Thomas 

Stowne, Brian 
Strabane, Baron of 
Strafford, Earl of 

W"", Earl of 

Strange, Abraham 

Cap. John 

— Laurence 

RichTitz- Porter 

Stratton, Baron 
Strong, Robert 
Sturdinell, George 
St. Albans,Ullick,Earl of 
St. John, Ellen 
St.LaurencCjWid"' Alice 

Alice 

Edward 

Thomas 

St. Leger, George 

Cap. Houert 

James 

Jeffry 

Robert 

St. Marie?, Wexf^ Rec- 

torys 
St. Paf", Cashell, Dean 

and Chap, of 

Vicars Choral of 

—Dublin, Vic. 

Choral of 



St. Seth's Guild, DubHn 
St.Sythe's Guild,Master, 
etc., of 

Guild of 

■ Master and 

Wardens of 
St. Thos. Court, Mon- 
astery of 
Supple, Edmond 
Gibbon 



Joane 

John 

Martin 

William 



Sutton, Anne 

Gilbert 

John 



Swan, Edward 
Swanton, James 
William 



Sweetman, Widow 
Swetchman, Mathew 
Swiny, Innin Duff 
Symes, John 
Symonds, John 
Symons, Elizabeth 

Sir George, Knt. 

Sir George 

Syms, John 
Symson, Mr. 
Syngouse, John 
Synnot, Donn 



T 

Taafe, Dame, Anne 

Christopher 

John 

John, Ld. Vis. 

Sir John 

Lord Vis. 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Tibbot 

Taaffe, Christopher 

— Jenico 

John 

John, Ld. Vis 

• — Richard 



Taaffe, Robert 

Stephen 

Theobald, Ld. 

Vis. 

Theophilus 

Sir W", Knt. 



Talbot, Garot 

George 

Sir Henry 

Jane 

John 



Patrick 

Margaret 

Mary 

Richard 

— — — Robert 

William 

Sir W", Bart. 



Talbott, Bridget 

Elizabeth 

Jane 

John 

Richard 



William 

Tallant, Thomas 
Talhs, Mr. 
Tankard, Nicholas 
Taragh, Ld. Vis. 
Tath, Christopher 
Taylor, Anne 

Bridget 

Edward 

John 

Mary 

Wid"' Mary 

Mathew 

Michael 

Mr. 



Patrick 

Robert 

Thomas 

William 

Taylors, Corporation of 
Teige, Gerald 
Teigh, Alderman 
Templeoge, Talbot 
Terrell, Richard 
Terry, David Fitz- 

Stephen 
Thimbleby, Frances 



826 



APPENDIX. 



Thomas, Arnold 

[ ] (1) 

[ ] (2) 

Thorne, Robert 
Thornton, Laurence 

Sarah 

Thunder, Simon 
Thwaites, Mr. 
Thygh, Alderman 
Tierny, Teige 
Tigh, Aid" Richd 
Tirconnell, Earl of 
Tirrell, Edmond 

Wid"' Elenor 

Wid"^ Joane 

Maurice 

Elenor 

Philip 

Richard 

Thomas 

Tirry, Wid^ Anstace 

Dominick 

William 

Yfra Fitz-Paf^ 

Tobin, Adam 

Walter 

Tomlins, John 

Mr. 

Toole, Cahir 

Edm<J McLaughlin 

Edmond 

John 

Thomas 

Tornehill, Robert 
Towhill, John 
Townesend, Thomas 
Towse, Stephen 
Traffie, Keadagh 
Traileman, John 
Trant, Christian 
Travers, Francis 

— Henry 

Peter 

Traylman, John 
Trevors, John 
Trimletestowne, Rob' 

Ld. Baron 
Trolly, Alderman 

Aid" Rowland 

Troy, James 



Tuam, Eichd Ld. Bp. of 
Tuite, Sir James, Bart 

Oliver 

Sir Oliver, Bart. 

Thomas 



Tuoligge, Teige 
Tuomy, John 
Turner, Elinor 

Jane 

Katherine 

Nicholas 

Paul 

Thomas 

Aid" William 



Turnor, Margaret 
Mary 



Tute, Martha 
Twohills, John 
Tynbalghe, W™ 
Tyrell, John 

Margaret 



Tyrrell, Francis 
James 



U 

Upton, Hugh 
Uriell, Edmond 
Usher, Alice 

Arthur 

George 

Mary 

Mr. 

Walter 

Aid" Walter 



V 

Vaughan, Abraham 
Vaux, Ld. Edward 
Veldon, Wid" Anne 
Vennery, William 
Veoples, Hugh 
Verdon, John 
William 



W 

Wadding, Beale 

Thomas 

Wade, Captain 
Wading, Thomas 
Wakely, Thomas 
Walker, Gregory 
Wall, Gerald 

James 

Jane 

Katherine 

Michael 

Richard 

Walle, Bryan 
Waller, Mr. 
WaUis, Edward 
Ralph 



Vicars Choralls 

Choral, Holy Trinity 

Dublin 



Walsh, Adam 

Aid" David 

Edmond 

Sir Edmond 

Henry 

Howel 

Hoyle 

James 

Aid" James 

Sir James 

Jasper 

Johan 

John 

John Fitz-Rob' 

Katherine 

Lewis 

Margaret 

Mary 

Dame Mary 

Wid"' Mary 

Nicholas 

Sir Nicholas 

Sir Nich", Knt. 

Onora 

Patrick 

Patrick Fitz- 

Harry 

Pierce 

Richard 

Richd Fitz-Eich* 

Robert 

— — — Robert Fitz- Jas, 



INROLMNETS OF THE DECREES OF INNOCENTS. 



327 



Walsh, Eob* Fitz-Philip 
Sir Rob*, Bart. 

Rose 

Thomas 

Walter 

William 

Walshe, Sir James, Bart. 

Lewis 

Sir RobS Knt. 

Walter, George 

Mr. (1) 

Mr. (2) 

Richard 

Wandrick, Andrew 
Warde, Edward 
Ware, Sir James, Kut. 
Warran, Anne 

Anthony 

Warren, Bartholomew 

Bridget 

Elizabeth 

Sir Henry 

James 

Margaret 

Mary 

Patrick 

Thomas 

Ald'^ Thos. 

Warrener, Thomas 

William 

Waterford, Deane and 

Chap. 
Waterhouse, Aid" Thos. 
Waters, Katheriue 

Richard 

Watson, James 
Watyn, James 

Margaret 

Weale, William 
Wedlock, Clement 
Welsh, Co' Hoyle 

James 

Sir James 

Katherine 

Wentworth,Tho'Ld.Vis 
Wesley, Gerald 
We she. Valerian 
Weslj', Valerian 

End of the " Inrolments of the Decrees of Innocents,' 
Commonwealth Eule in Ireland. 



Wesley, William 

West, Thomas 
Westley, Edmond 
Westmeath, Earl of 

Rich", Earl of 

Whaley, Henry 
Wheeler, Cap. Jonas 
White, Annas 

Bennet 

Cecilia 

Aid" Christopher 

Dominick 

Elinor 

Garrett 

Henry Fitz-Patk 

James 

Jas. Fitz-Thos. 

— — John 

John Fitz-Jeoffry 

John Fitz-Michi 

Ismay 

Kate 

Luke 

Margaret 

Mary 

Mathew 

Morice 

Morris 

Morrish 

■ Nicholas 

Nich^'Fitz- Henry 

Sir Nich'', Knt. 

Patrick 

Pierce 

Kichard 

Aldn Thos. 

Thos. Fitz-John 

Walter 

Widow 



William 

Whitegoose, Henry 
Whitle, John 
Whitney, John 
Whitting, William 
Wiccombe, John 
Wiggins, Edmond 
Wilkinson, Captain 
Williams, James 



Williams, Eobert 

Widow 

Willint, William 
Willmot, Ch» Ld. Vis. 
Willows, Eobert 
Wilshire, Anthony 
Wilson, Thomas 
Wingfield, Eichard 
Winnan, Mary 

— Thomas 

Winter, John 
Wise, Andrew 

Francis 

John 

Nicholas 

Eobert 

Thomas 

Wodlock, William 
Wogan, Katheriue 

Nicholas 

Wolferston, James 
Wolferstowne, George 

Humphrey 

William 

Wood, Edward 
Woodlock, James 
Woolfe, Nicholas 

Ralph 

Woolridge, William 
Worrall, Christopher 

Francis 

Stephen 

Wotton, James 

Thomas 

Wright, Silvester, 
Wybrane, Wilham 
Wybrant, Aid" Dan' 
Aid" Peter 



Yonge, Thomas 
William 



Yorke, Edward 
Young, Thos. Fitz-Jas. 
Younge, Thomas 



under the 



828 



APPENDIX. 



8.— PEKSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND, A.D. 1658-1654. 

(a). TRANSPLANTERS' CERTIFICATES.* (VOL. I. E. 10. 123.) 

In the compilation of this Return we have consulted the only three 
Volumes extant in the Public Record Office, Dublin, on this subject : 
namely, the Volume (a) there marked I. E. 10. 123; (b) that marked 
I. C. 8c. 126 ; and (c) that marked I. C. 8c. 127. The names mentioned in 
each of these three Vols, are given in this Return under their respective 
headings. The Vol. (a), which is No. 56 in our Running Number in the 
Catalogue of the Commonwealth Records, p. 234 ante, includes the City 
of Limerick ; and the Baronies of Kilmallock, Kenry, Connello, Coshma, 
Owneybeg, Coshlea, Coonagh, Smallcounty, Pubblebrien, and Clanwilliam, 
in the county Limerick. The following are the names mentioned in the 
Index of that Vol. : 



City and County of Limerick.! 



Aha, Sara 
Alford, Anstance 
Alson, Bluett 
Anlone, Joan Ny 
Anster, Anstace 

Stephen 

Ara, Shylie Ny 
Arryn, Mary Ny 
Arthur, Barbara 

Anstace 

Catherine 

Christian 

Dominicke 

Ellen 

ah. Harrold, Ellen 

als. Stritch, El- 

linor 

Ellynor 

ElUs 

(FitzGarrett)J 

Thomas 



Arthur, (Fitz Pierce) 
John 

Francis 

James 

John 

Katherin 

Oliver 

Patrick 

Pierce 

Piers 

Margarfit 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Richard 

Stephen 

Thomas 

Walter 



Bane, Connor 
Edmund 



Barbane, Honora Ny 
Barckly, Ann 



Barckly, Francis 
James 



Barnewell, Martin 
Barrett, Richard 
Barry, Daniell 
Ellis 



James 

Mary 

More 

Phillip 



Barssell, Honora Ny 
Beary, John 
Bedlowe, Thomas 
Bennett, Ellen 
Beollane, Any Ny 
Beyle, John 
Blacke, John 
Blackewall, Francis 
Blackwall, Grace 

Nicholas 

Blake, Any 



* Certificates : Unlike the other two Vohimes of "Transplanters' Certificates" 
above marked (b) and /'c^ respectively, the names in this (a) Volume are not collected 
in a Table of Contents"; but the names of the Persons Transplanted and the names 
of their servants are indiscriminately given in the Index of the (a) Vol., from which 
we quote the names entered in this Return. The names in (bj and (c) Returns, given 
respectively infra next after this, are those of " Persons Transplanted " only. 

t Limerick : The Records of the Persons Transplanted from any county in the 
Province of Ulster are not forthcoming. 

XFitzGarrett : Here the proper name is " Thomas Arthur, son of Garrett"; and, in 
similar cases in this Return, the name in the parenthesis is that of the father of the 
person mentioned. The prefix Fitz is the French representative of the Irish Mac; as 
the French De is the equivalent for the Irish prefix 0'. But in the Commonwealth 
period, and even later, some Irish families considered it more " fashionable" to omit 
the prefix Mac, and to employ in its stead its French equivalent Fits. 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



829 



Bluett, Ellis 
James 

Joane 

Mary 

Eobert 

Willm. 

Bondon, Nell 

Richard 

Thomas 

Bonfield, Bridget 

Gate 

James 

Joane 

Patrick 

William 

Bourke, Aaable 

Andrew 

Anna 

Catherine 

Lady Catherine 

' Christian 

David 

Sir David 

Edmond 

Edmund Theo- 
bald 

Ellen 

Ellis 

Elizabeth 

FitzJohn 

Geffery 

Geiles 

Henry 

Honnor 

Honuora 

James 

Joan 

John 

Sir John 

Kate 

Katherin 

Margaret Oge 

Margarett 

Lady Margaret 

Mary 

Michael 

Nell 

Nicholas 

Oliver 

Patrick 



Bourke, Redmond 

Richard 

Rowland 

Sara 

Shylie 

Shyly 

Sily 

Theobald 

Theobald, Lord 

Baron of Brittas 

Thomas 

Ullicke 

Uny 

Walter 

William 

Bourkes, Thomas 
Brady, Honnor 
Brenane, Michael 

Mary 

Thumultagh 



Brennagh, ( now Walsh) 

Morish 
Brennane, Sara Ny 
Brien, Anable 

Any 

Any Ny 



Barnaby 

Brigett 

■ Denish 

Ellis 

Ellen 

' ( orO'Brien) Frances 

Honora Ny 

Joane 

John 

Kenedy 

Kennedy 

Margarett 

Margarett Ny 

Mary 

More 

More Ny 

Morgan 

Mortagh 

Onnora 

Shylie 

Shylie Ny 

Slanie Ny 

Una 

William 



Brittas, Lady Margaret, 
wife of Lord 
Baron of 

Theobald Bourke, 

Lord Baron of 

Broader, Shicilly Ny 

Broden, Honora Ny 

Broe, James 

Browne, Any 

Cate 

Catherine 

Edds 

Edmond 

Ellis 

Frances 

James 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

Nell 

Patrick 

Robert 

Thomas 

Ullicke 

Walter 



Buage, Mortagh 
Bughilla, Onora Ny 
Burcell, James 
Burgatt, Ann 

Grace 

Butler, Catherine 

Catlen 

Theobald 

Caffoe, John Oge 

Michael 

Robert 

Caffow, Morrogh 
Cahane, Joane '" 
John 



Juane Ny 

Cahesy, Agnes 
Cahill, Connor 

Ellen Oge Ny 

Ellyn Ny 

Joan Ny 

More Ny 

Philip 

Callaghane, Ellen 
Canrighty, Margaret 
Canny, Donnogh 



880 



APPENDIX. 



Cantlon, John 

Canton, Catherine 

Carmadie, Donnogh 

Elizabeth 

Carmady, Donnogh 

Honora 

Murtagh 

Phillip 

Carmody, Margaret 

Carrane, Honor Ny 

Carrull, Alson 

Carrull, David 

Ellis 

John 

Cartty, Clara Ny 

Connor 

Honnor 

Carty, David 

Cassy, Any 

Catherin 

Francis 

Castle Connell, Ellen, 
Lady 

Castle Connell, Mar- 
garet, Lady Dowager 

Castle Connel],William, 
Lord Baron 

Casy, Any 

Donnogh 

Ellen 

Ellis 

Geyles 

Henry 



James 

Joane 

John 

Morish 

Slany 

Teige 

Thomas 

William 

Chaty, Eilinor 
Christian, Arthur 
Clanchy, Chissily 

Connor 

Dermot 

Ellis 

Joane 

John 

Katheriu 



Clanchy, Margaret 

Mary 

Thomas 



Clancy, Any 

Henry 

Joan 



Cleary, Connor 
Grany 



Katherin 

— Joane 

Margaret 

Onnor 

— Willm. 

Clery, Unolla Ny 
Collane, Daniel Oge 

Philip 



Collinane, More 
Colman, Margaret 
Coman, Connor 
Comane, John 
Comone, Honor 

Morish 

Uny 

Comyane, Edmond 
Comyn, Ann 

Barbara 

Catherin 

Lady Catherine 

Christian 

Fitz Andrew 

(Fitz Jasper) 

John 

Francis 

Gennett 

George 

Jasper 

John 

Lawrence 

Margarett 

Nicholas 

Sir Nicholas 

Patrick 



Thomas 

Conba, Garrett 

John 

Margaret 



Connell (or Coimell), 
Daraty 

Joan 

Joane Ny 

John 

Margaret 

Margaret Ny 

Slany 



Coulane, Ellis 

John 

Conly, Edmond 
Connell, Brian 



Connor, Anable 

Any Ny 

Bane 

Cate 

Cate Ny 

Donnogh 

Ellane Ny 

Elhce Ny 

Joane Ny 

Katherin Ny ' 

Oge 

Rose Ny 

(Connow?)Rorie 

Margaret Ny 

Una Ny 

— Uny Ny 

Considen, Teige 
Conway, James 
Cooke, Mary 

Art 

Corbane, Any 

Catherin 

Ellen 

James 

Margaret 

Morish 

Cormacke, Uny Ny 
Cormody, More 
Cormuckane, Matliew 
Cornane, Daniel 
Cory, Joane 

Connor 

Conglilane, Edmond 

James 

John 

Mai'garet 

Council, Nell 
Couraue, William 
Courtney, Col, 
Cowly, John (Mac- 

Mortagh 
Cowny, Grany Ny 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



331 



Craft, Frances 
Cragh, Mary Ny 

or (Crugb) 

Shylie Ny 

Craven, Fenolla 

Creagh, Andrew 

— ■■ Ann 

Anthony 

Bridget 

a/s. White, Cath- 
erine 

Christian 

Clara 

David 

Domnicke 

Donnogh 

Ellen 

Ellinor' 

als. Nihil, Ellyn 

Ellynor 

FitzAudrew 

Pierce 
FitzAndrew 

Piers 

FitzChristopher 

FitzDavid, 

Willm. 

FitzDominick 

Patrick 

FitzJames 

Fitz Pierce 

FitzPierce 

Pierce 
FitzStephen 

Patrick 
FitzStephen 

Thomas 

Frances 

Francis 

Gabriell 

Gennett 

(or G r e a g h) 

George 
James 

Joane 

afe.White,Joane 

John 

Katheriu 

Margaret 

— Mary 



Creagh, Michell 

Nicholas 

Peter 

Pierce 

Patrick 

Paule 

Richard 

Stephen 

Symon 

■ Thomas 

William 



Croft, Nicholas 
Crohyne, John 
Crowe, James 
Cuhill, Seive 
Dynine, Shylie Ny 
Edmond, Donnogh 
Keaten 

Ellen Ny 

Honora Ny 

Joan Ny 

Margaret Ny 

Mary 

Egane, Brian 
Ellis, Stritch 
Elbart, Jonnes 
Elligott, Thomas 
Enane, Honora Ny 
England, FitzJohn 

Joan 

James 

Margaret 

Mary 

Thomas 

English, Margaret 
Edmond 



Everrie, Ellen Ny 
Faha, Margaret 
Fahagh, Dermot 
Faning, Nicholas 
Fanninge, Frances 

Madalen 

Martin 

Mary 



Farally, Donnogh 

John 

Shara 



Farnan, Mortagh 
Farnane, Ellen 
James 



Farnane, Margaret 
Farrell, John 

Feaghery, 

Fealane, Una Ny 
Fegorty, Daniel 
Feild, John 
Mary 



Eerily, Mlaghlen 
Ferraly, Joane 

Margaret 



Fieliy, Dermot 
Ellis 



Field, Ellis 
Filly, Teige 
Finmill, Dermott 
Fenola 



FitzDaniel, John 
FitzDavid, a Is. Ger- 

rald 

FitzEdmond, Cate 
FitzGerrald, Anne 

Bridget 

Catherine 

David 

Sdds 

Edmond 

Edmond Fitz- 

Thomas 

Ellace 

Ellen 

Ellen Ny 

Thomas 

Ellinor 

Elhs 

Francis 

Philip 

Garrett 

Garrott Fitz- 

Thomas 

Garrott 

Giles 

Gyles 

Honnora 

James 

Joan 

John 

John Oge 

John F i t z- 

Thomas 
Katherin 



APPENDIX. 



FitzGerrald, More 

Margaret 

Mary 

Miciaell 

Morrish 

Neale 

Nell 

Philip Fitz- 

Thomas 

Philip 

Shara 

Shilie 

Theobald 

Thomas 

Thomas Oge 

William 

William Oge 

FitzGibbon, Ann 

Ellen 

Ellinor 

Ellis 

Edmoud 

Garrett 

Geane 

Gerrald 

Gibbon 

Gill 

James 

John 

Martyn 

Mary 

Nell 

'■ Oge Gibbon 

Thomas 

William 

FitzHarryes, Catherin 
Cicily 

George 

Honora 

Lawrence 

Myles 

FitzJohn, Ellis 

Philip 

FitzPatricke, Edmond 
FitzThomas, Gerrald 
Faherty, Daniel 

Fitz William, PhilipFitz- 

John 
Flahiflfe, John 
Flanagane, Onora 



Flanedy, Daniel 
Flanigan, Connor 
Flanigane, John 
William 



Fleyne, Teige 
Flyen, Joan 

John 

Shy lie Ny 

Flyne, Joane 

John 

Phenolla Ny 

Fohane, Sara Ny 
Fologhy, Rorie 
Fox, Bridgett 

Gate 

Christian 

Edmond 

Ellinor 

Elhs 

Francis 

Joane 

James 

John 

Katherin 

Lawrence 

Margaret 

Mary 

Michell 

Nicholas 

Patricke 

Peter 

alias White, An- 

stace 

William 

Fynbrane, Teige 
Gallway, Ellin, or Lady 

Ellinor 

Gallwey, James 

Christopher 

Garratt, John 
Garrett, Catherine Ny 
Garrott, Ellinor Ny 
Gavan, Margaret 

Richard 

Gaven, Martin 
Geddagh, Edmond 
Gegine, Honora Ny 
Gennane, John 
Gerrald, Anstace 
Catherin 



Gerrald, David Mac- 
Philip 

Ellen Ny 

Ellinor 

Ellis Ny 

Ellis 

Honnora Ny 

Joan Ny Thomas 

Joan Ny 

Margaret Ny 

Thomas Fitz- 

Edmond 

Getty, Willm. 

Gibbon, Anstace 

Catherine 

Daniel 

a^s. Kenedy.Ellis 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

Sara 

Teige 



Gillanane, Brigett 

Joan 

Willm. 

Teige 



Gillinane, Catherin 
Peter 



Gleasan, Willm. 
Glenny, Christian 
Glisane, Hanora Ny 
Dermot 



Glissane, Daniel 
John 



Glosane, Onnor 
Goghigau, James 
Goghigane, Gate Ny 
Gorman, Any Ny 

Connor 

Edmond 

John 

More Ny 

Murryn Ny 

Shara 

Thomas 



Gorracan, Mortagh 
Gorrane, Michel 
Gould, Anable 

Alson 

Andrew 



:PER60NS transplanted in IRELAND. 



338 



Gould, Catherine 

Ellen 

Ellis 

George 

Henry 

James 

John 

Johne (? Joane) 

Margaret Ny 

Patrick 

Eichard 

HonoraNyThos. 

Grady, Anable 

Catherine 

Christian 

Daniel 

Domnick 

Donnogh 

Ellen 

Elhs 

Honora 

Hugh 

James 

John 

Katherin 

Margaret 

als. Carmady, 

Margaret 

Mary 

More 

Nell 

Patrick 

Rose 

Shylie 

Shylie Ny 

Teige 

Gragh, Grany Ny 

Shilly Ny 

Grerane, Any 

Thomas 

Gridan, Edmond 
Gridane, Wm. 
Grifine, Sara 
Gripha, Catherin 
Daniel 

(or 0' Gripha) 

Donnogh 

John 

Margaret 

Willm. 



Grogan, Manus 

John 

Grogane, Sara Ny 
Gromwell, Ellinor 

Katherin 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Guider (?) Edmond 

(?) Margaret 

Gallanane, Ellen 

Mary Ny 

Teige 

Gullane, Morrish 
Gully, Joane Ny 
Gullyvir, Honora Ny 
Hagh, Teige 
Hagherin, John 
H a i n e (or H i r n i e), 

Bridget 
Rally, als. Creagh,Magt. 
Hallaran, Margaret 
Hallurane, Any Ny 

Catherine 

Donnogh 

Ellin 

John 

Katherin 

Loghlen 

— Margaret 

More Ny 

Nicholas 

Robert 

Rynett 

Shara Ny 

Thomas 

William 

Hally (or Haly), Cath- 
erine 
Nicholas 



Hally, Robert 
Hallynane, Any Ny 

Donnogh 

Owen 

Patrick 

Thomas 



Halpeine, Dermott 
Halpeny, John 
Halpine, Dermot 
Shylie Ny 



Halurane, John 



Haly, Alson 

Brien 

Christian 

Ellinor 

Genett 

Joan 

John 

Morish 

Mathias 

Nan 

Robert 

Shylie 

Willm. 

Hanane, James 
Hangne, John 
Hanhen, Daniel 
Hanine, John 
Hankin, Daniell 
Hannane, James 

Joane 

Peter 



Hannyne, Honnora 
Hanraghan, Ellis 

Joan 

Nicholas 

Denis 



Hanraghane, Margaret 

Muncbin 

Onora 

Patrick 

Shieve 



Hanyne, Bessy Ny 

Dermot 

Honora 

John 

Thomas 



Harberh, James 
Harbert, Gate 

■ Ellinor 

Ellis 

James 

John 



Harden, Dominick 
Harrold, Ambrose 

Andrew 

Brigett 

Ellean 

Ellen 

James 

John 



384 



APPENDIX. 



Harrold, Gennett 

Patrick 

Harrurane, Morish 
Hartegaii, Alson 

Anstace 

DoriDOgli 

Ellen 

Hartegaue, Edmond 
Hartigan, Daniel 
Hasliy, Thomas 
Hassey, Teig 
Hassle, Morish 
Hasy, Owen 
Hayne, William 

Margaret 

Hea, Houora 

Joan 

John 

Margaret 

Mary Ny 

Rynnett Ny 

• Sara 

Shylie Ny 

Una Ny 

Healy, Joan 
Heane, Jean 
Heare, Margaret 
Heffernane, Sherny 
, Any 

Connor 

Gyels 

James 

John 

— Margaret 

Mary 

Thomas 

Una 

William 

Hehir, Any Ny 

Joane 

John 

Una Ny 

Helly, Margaret 
Hene, Michell 
Henighane, Thomas 
Henry, Houora Ny 
Henshy, Joane 

Morish 

Henssy, Catherin 
Connor 



Hensy, Ellen Ny 

John 

Lawrence 

Richard 



Heyffernane, Slany Ny 
Heyne, Cormicke 

Edmond 

Honora 

John 

Pheuolla 



Hickie, Daniel 
William 



Hicky, Catherin 

Christian 

Connor 

Daniel 

Edmond 

Henry 

Houora 

John 

Margaret 

More 

Morish 

Slany Ny 

Teige 

William 

Hieyrin, Mortagh 
Higgins, Dermot 

Margaret 

Hoenym, Ellen 

John 

Hogan, Dermot 

Dounogh 

— Honoria 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

Matthew 

Roger 

Rose 

Teige 

— WiUm. 



Hogane, Ann 

Any 

— Catherin 

Daniel 

Ellis 

Grany 

Houora Ny 

Joan 



Hogane, John 
Mahone 

Margaret 

]M a t h e w (or 

Matten) 

Patrick 

Sara 

Teige 

Una Ny 



Hollaghan, Joan Ny 
Holloghane, Catherine 

Ny 
Holughane, Wm, 
Honane, Dounogh 
Houhine, Sara 
Hore, Bartholomew 

Catherin 

Margaret 

Martha 

Michell 

Thomas 



Horrald, Ellen 

Joane 

Houghnyne, Honora Ny 
Howell, Ellen 

Terlagh 



Hownyne, Sara 
Howrigan, John 
Huier, Joane Ny 
Hullurane, Catherin 

John 

Onnor 

Huly, John 
Hunt, Ellinor 

James 

Thomas 

Hunte, George 
Hurley, Catherin 

Daniel 

Dame Lettice 



Hurly, Margaret 

Mary 

Morish 

Sir Morish 

Nell 

On or a 

Raudell 

Thomas 

Sir Thomas 

William 



tEBSONS TBANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



335 



Hurly, Any 

Elizabeth 

Joane 

alias Thornton 

Hurrow, EUis Ny 
Hynane, John 
James, Catherin Ny 

— '■ Margaret Ny 

John, Any Ny 

Ellen Ny 

Finola Ny 

Murryn Ny 

Kallaghane, Daniel 

Margaret 

Kavane, Edmond 
Keagh, Dermot 
Keaghan, Shylie 
Keaghane, More 

Thomas 

Kealligher, Honora Ny 
Keally, Any 

Gate 

Catherin 

— Connor 

Daniel 

Domnick 

Edmond 

Honora . 

James 

Joan 

John 

Margaret 

Mlaghlen 

— Mortagh 

Sorroghy Ny 

Teige 

Thomas 

Una 

Kealy, Teige 
Keany, John 
Kearie, John 
Kearney, Thomas 
Kearny, David 

als. Fox, Ellis 

Jasper 

Mary 

Paule 

Kearvicke, Margaret 
Keaton, Ellen 
Keatrie, Rynett 



Keavanagh, Uny 
Kegane, Shylie Ny 
Keife, Donnogh 
Joane 



Keally, Joane 
John 



Kelly, Anstace 

Catherin 

Donnogh 

Nicholas 

Margaret 

Mary 

PhiHp 



Kenedy, Anstace 

Brien 

Connor 

Daniel 

David 

Donnogh 

Ellen 

Honora 

John 

Mathew 

Margaret 

Sara 

Terlagh 

Una 



Kenelly, Ellis 
Keninaglian, Catherin 
Kennedy, Anny 

Anthonie 

Brien 

Gate 

Daniel 

Donnogh 

Donnogh Oge 

ElHs 

Honora 

Joane 

Katherin 

Mahou 

Mary 

Onora 

Shylie 

Terlagh 

Una 

Una Ny 



Kennelly, William 
Kenny, Anny Ny 
Keny, Mary 
Sara Ny 



Keogh, An 

John 

MacTeige 



Kerely, John 
Kermody, Margaret 
Kery, Katherin 
Kevanagh, Onora 
Kierchan, Connor 
Elian 



Kennelly, Catherin 

Margaret 

— — Morish 



Kyrle, James 
Lacy, Anstace 

Any 

David 

Edds 

— — Edmond 

Ellen 

Ellinor 

Grace 

James 

Joan 

John 

Mary 

Pierce 

Richard 

Robert 

Slany 

— , — Thomas 

Willm. 

Ullick 

Una 

Lanavane, Slany 
Langadane, Murryn 
Landon, Margaret 

Richard 

Lange, Gate 
Largane, Ellinor Ny 
Lawhy, David 
More 



Lea, Donogh 
Leagh, John 
Leary, Dermot 

Ellen 

Honora 

Margaret 

Peter 

Philip 



APPENDIX. 



Leary, Teige 

William 

Lencby, Sara 
Lency, Mahon 

Rorie 

Teige 

Lee, als. Gerald, Mary 
Leene, James 
Lees, Joan 
Leigh, Mabone 

Margaret 

Lenanc, Robert 
Lencby, David 

Dermot 

Lency, Alson 

Any 

Nicbolas 

Ricbard 

Teige 

Lensy, James 

Murin Ny 

Leo, Anstace 

Barbara 

Bartbolomew 

Bridget 

Edmond 

Ellis 

Ellis Oge 

James 

Joan 

Jobn 

Katberin 

Ricbard 

Leston, Jobn 
Lewe, Jobn 

Ricbard 

Sbily 

Ley, diaries 

Honora 

Leyen, Ann 
Leysagbt, James 
Liddy, Mary Ny 
Lilies, Ellis 

James 

Jobn 

Katberin 

Listen, Ellen 

Garratt 

James 

Thomas 



Listone, James 

Nicholas 

Ricbard 

Sbylie 



Locbane, Gabill 
Logblen, Catberin Ny 
More Ny 



Logbnan, Joan 

Margaret 



Lender, David 
Longe, Margaret 
Lowes, David 

Ellen 

Ellis 

John 

Willm. 



Lugudane, Dermot 
Lydane, Roger 
Lyne, Connor 
Joane Ny 



Lysagbt, Bridge tt 

John 

Margaret 

Patrick 

Stephen 



M^Brien, Callogb 

Connor 

Daniel 

(or Brien) Dare- 
tine 

Donnogh 

Hugh 

(or Brien) Joan 

Joane 

John 

Kennedy 

• Mahon 

Mabown 

(or Brien) Mar- 
garet 

Morgan 

Mortagh 

Teige 

M'^Henry, Daniel 
M'^Henry, Fenolla 
M'Hugb, Daniel 

Connor 

Donnogh 

Giles 

Jean 



M'^Hugb, John 

Lawrence 

Willm. 



M^Inerenogb, Teige 
M''InerheDy,MahoneRoe 
M'^James, Donnogh 
Hugh 



MacKane, More Ny 
M'^Kea, Jobn 
M^Kenedy, John 
Mahon 



M'Kenny, Daniel 

Margaret 



M'^Keogh, Dermot 

John 

John MTeige 

Slany 

Teige 



M'^Kerely, Connor 
M'^Laffane, Edmond 
Houuora 



M^Logblen, Feylen 

Mary 

Thomas 



M'^Lysagh, Brien 

Margaret 



M<=Mabon, Brien 

Daniel 

Donnogh 

Edmond 

Ellen 

— Geiles 

Honora 

Jobn 

Mary 

Morragh 

Rorie 

Terlaah 



M"=Mabone, Brien 

Donnogh 

Honora 

Katberin 

Mortagh 

More 

Rory 

Teige 



M'^Mabonie, Dermot 
M'^Mabony, Connor 

(or M'Mahone) 
Daniel 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND, 



387 



M'Mahony, Daniel 

Dermot 

(or M'Mahone) 

Ellin 

Mahon 

Mahon Oge 

— ; Mlaglilen 

Sara 

— Teige 

M'^Maliowue, Joane 

Mahon 

Therlagh 

M'^Mlaghlen, Dermot 

Daniel 

Donnogh 

— Joane 

— Rorie 



Teige 

M'^Morish, Donogh 

Eddi 

Edmond 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

Michell 

More 

Willm. 

M^Morragli, Brien 

Connor 

Daniel 

Mahon 

Margaret 



— Mary 

Teige 



M'^Morrogh, Donnogh 

Fynnolla 

M'^Mortagh, Connor 

• John 

Loghlen 

. Mahon 

M'^Murtagh, Teige 
M*^Namara, Any Ny 

Catherin 

Honora 

John 

Onora Ny 

Teige 

M'=Nemara, Daniel 

• Honora Ny 

Nora Ny 



M'^Nemara, Slany Ny 
M=Nicholas, John 

Mathew 

M'^Owen, Connor 

Daniel 

David 

Edmond 

Philip 

M'^Patricke, M'laghlin 
MThillip, Connor 

Daniel 

Grennett 

Garrott 

John 

Mahone 

Sara 



M'^Quaue, Honora 

William 

M'^Quien, Dermot 

John 

M^Richard, Ellen 

— James 

John 

Willm. 

M^Robert, John 
M'Rorie, Donnogh 

John 

Mahony 



Teige 

Thomas 

William 



M<=Rory, Margaret 
William 



''Rnrry, Margaret 
Mlaohlen 



M'^Shane, Any 
Gate 

Connor 

Daniel 

■ David 

Donnogh 

Edmond 

Fennolla 

James 

Joane 

Mahon 

Margaret 

More 

Owen 



M'^Shane, Kory 

Teige 

Thomas 

William 

M^Shyda, Daniel 

■ Piory 

M'^Sweny, Anna 

Daniel 

Ellen 



M"Swyny, Daniel 
M'Teige, Any 

Brien 

Connor 

Daniel 

I Dermot 

Donnogh 

Joane 

John 

Kennedy 

Mahon 

Mary 

Margaret 

Michell 

Owen 

Philip 

Koger 

Slany 

Terlagh 

Thomas 

M'^Terlagh, Teige 

Mahone 

Mortagh 

Thomas 

M'^Thomas, Connor 

Daniel 

Dermott 

John 

Edmond 

Margaret 

Teige 

Terlagh 



Philip 



M'William, Connor 

Daniel 

Donnogh 

Edmond 

Granny Teige 

Hugh 

John 

Kennedy 

Margaret 



338 



M'^William, Mlaghlen 

— . Eedmond 

Roger 

Rorie 

Thomas 

Madagan, More Ny 
Madgane, Dermot 
Madigan, Connor 

Dermot 

Margaret 

Teige 

William 

Madigane, Mary 

Onnora 

Sara Ny 

Maggane, Ann 
Mahon, Dermot 

James 

William 

Mahone, Daniel 

Joane 

Margaret 

Margaret Ny 

Mary 



Mahonie, Dermot 
Mahony, Andrew 

Any Ny 

Dermot 

Donnogh 

Ellis 

Honnor Ny 

Joan Ny 

Katberin 

Margaret 

Mich ell 

Sara Ny 

Teige 

Uny 

Mahowny, Gate 
Maigher, Honora Ny 
Maime (?) Margaret 
Maine, Daniel 
Malany, Dermot 

More 

Mallony, James 
Maly, Shycilly 
Mara, Daniel 
Margarett, Joan Ny 
Markaghane, Edmond 
Marscell, Jurdane 



Marscell, Katherin 

Marshall, Anstace 

Edmond 

Ellinor 

Joane 

Garrott 

Murne 

Patrick 

William 

Math an (or Machan), 
Margaret 

Matbew, John 

Mauen, Any 

Maun, Edmond 

Maune, Garrett 

Mawen, Morish 

Meade, Abraham 

Anstace 

a/s.Sexton, Cath- 
erine 

Christian 

als. Conway, 

Christr. 

FitzDominicke, 

David 

Dominick 

Ellinor 

Grace 

Joan 

John 

Joseph 

Margaret 

Matbew 

Patrick 

Richard 

FitzJohnThomas 

William 

Meagh, Alson 

Clara 

Christian 

David 

Gennett 

James 

Patrick 

Robert 

William 



Meagbane, Elizabeth 
Meanae, William 
Meanane, John 
Meanus, Any Ny 



Meighane, Cormacke 

Dermot 

Donnogh 

Mary 

More 

Owen 

Rorie 

Shiany 

Uny 



Mellrony, Wm. 
Menitter, Thomas 
Menoge, Ellis 
Morish 



Meony, Shylie Ny 
Mergask, John 
Mericke, George 
Merony, Agnes 

Edmond 

Joan Ny 

Margaret 

Mary 

Piers 

• Thomas 



Mahon, James 
Thomas 



Mahony, Ann 

Mary 

Midchell, Domnick 

John 

Mary 



Minitter, Margaret 
Mitchell, Christian 

ElHs 

Thomas 



Mlaghlen, Ellen Ny 

Katberin Ny 

Mary Ny 

Uny Ny 



Mlany, Connor 

Una 

Moher, Philip 
Mohir, Patrick 
Thomas 



Mohony, Any Ny 
Onnora Ny 



Moillwrrie, Ellane 

Ellen 

Ellice 

John 

■ Shylie 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



339 



Mollowuy, Mary Ny 
Mona, Ellis Ny 
Moony, Shylie, Ny 
Morane, Catherine Ny 
Moran, John 
Morfie, Edmond 
Morgan, Lawrence 
Morish, Gate Ny 

Ellen Ny 

— Murryn 

— Shylie Ny 

Morison, William 
Morogh, Anstas Ny 

Catherine Ny 

Moroghue, Kory 
Morphia, Ellen 

Ellis 

Morphy, Daniell 

Hugh 

Morragh, Margaret Ny 

Onnor Ny 

Morrogh, Ellen Ny 

— Eennolla Ny 

Mary Ny 

Morrtagh, John 
Moursloe, Patrick 
Muane, Catherine 
Mueny, Mortagh 

Teige 

Mugane, Joane 
Muglin, Catherin Ny 
Mugline (or Muyline ?), 

Joane Ny 
Mulcha, Hounor 
Mulchahy, Honnora Ny 
Mulhane, Ann 

Katherin 

Nicholas 

Mulldony, Ellis 
Mullony, Catherin Ny 

Connor 

Daniel 

Ellane 

Honnora 

Joan 

John 

Katherine 

Mahowne 

Mary 

■ ' More 



Mullony, Morish 

Korie 

William 

Mullrony, Ellen Ny 
Mulquime (?) Dermot 
Mulrian, Honora Ny 
Mulriane, John 
Thomas 



Mulrieane, Dannl. 
Mulrony, Morish 
Onulla 



Mulruony, Rory 
Mulryane, Joan 

Mlaghlen 

Murgane, Donagh 
Murragh, Joane Ny 
Murroghhow, HonoraNy 
Nagle, Alson 

George 

Margaret 

Namara, Ona Ny 
Nash, Anna 

Cate 

Catherine 

David 

Edds 

Ellen 

Fynnolla 

Honora 

James 

Joane 

— — John 

Leonard 

Margaret 

Morrish 

Nell 

Redmond 

Thomas 



Nea, Mor. 
Neale, Any 

Catherine 

Daniel 

Ellinor 

John 

Onora Ny 



Neny, More Ny 
Nevill, Andrew 

Mary 

Mortagh 



Neylane, Joane 



Nigaha, Honora 
Nihill, Anstace 

Catherine 

David 

Edmond 

Ellinor 

FitzDowne James 

Hellane 

James 

Joane 

Mary 

Patrick 

Nugent, Morish 
Nyhill, Loghlen 
Nynshy, More Ny 
O'Beara, Shylie 
Teige 



O'Beollane, Mlaghlen 
O'Beollain, Daniel 
O'Brassill, Dermott 

Teige 

O'Brennane, Donnogh 
O'Brien, Any 

Connor 

Daniel 

Dermot 

Donnogh 

Ellen 

Elhs 

John 

Mahon 

Mahone 

Mlaghlen 

Morogh 

Morragh 

Onnora 

Phillis 

Sara 

Shylie 

Teige 

Terlagh 

— Terlagh Bane 

O'Bruoder, Daniel 
O'Buoyle, Daniel 
O'Caffoe, Edmund Oge 
O'Cahill, Dermot 

Ellen 

Mortagh 

O'Cayer, Mahon 
O'Cleary, Donnogh 



340 



APPENDIX. 



O'Clogliosie, Dermot 

Joaiie 

O'Collane, Daniel 

David 

Dermot 

John 

John Koe 

O'Collman, William 
O'Comone, John 
O'Conba, Donnogh 
O'Connell, Donnogh 
O'Connor, Brien 

Andrew 

Mahon 

Morogh 

Rorie 

O'Cormacke, Dermot 

Rose 

O'Cormuckane, Teige 

William 

O'Cowney, Rory 
O'Cuingane, Terlagh 
O'Cullane, Dermott 

Ellis 

O'Cullanie, Dot. 
O'Cumane, Onora 

Teige 

O'Cunnue, Donnogh 
O'Currane, John 
O'Daly, Brien 
O'Dea, Connor 

Daniel 

John 

Mahon 

Mich ell 

William 

O'Deylane, Connor 
O'Dillane, Donnogh 

Morish 

O'Dollane, Rory 
O'Donnoghue, Dermot 

Donnogh 

John 

O'Donogh, Daniel 

Irane 

O'Donovane, Donnogh 

Philip 

O'Dony, Daniel 

Shara 

O'Dorroghie, Any 



O'Dorroghie, Richard 
O'Dorroghy, Marga. 

Morrish 

Thomas 

O'Dower, Donnogh 
O'Dowey, Edmond Mac- 
Shane 
O'Dowly, John 
Teige 



O'Duane, Connor 
O'Duell, Daniel 
Joane 



O'Duiell, Honor Nyn 
Edds. 

John 

O'Dulloghery, John 
O'Dussane, Catherine 

Daniel 

O'Duyla, John 
Onora 



O'Dwer, Thomas 
O'Dwoyne, Daniel 
O'Farrally, Daniel 
O'Ferely, John 
O'Fleyne, Teige 
O'Fyne, Honnor 
William 



O'Gallavane, Dermot 

Ellinor 

Owen 

Margaret 

O'Gavan, Eorie 
O'Gearane, Donnogh 
O'Gilbolone, John 
O'Gilbollowe (or O'Gil- 

bollone) Dermot 
O'Glenny, John 
O'Glisane, Connor 

Dermot 

John 

More 



O'Glissane, Donnogh 

Ellis 

Teia:e 



O'Greslane, Teige 
O'Grifa, Ellen 

Loghlen 

O'Gripha, John 
O'Grady, Connor 
Mahone 



0'Grady(orGrady)Owen 
O'Gubbane, Hugh 
O'Gullanane, Daniel 
O'Guyrie, Any 

Bryan 

O'Hagherin, Donnogh 
O'Hallurane, Dermot 

Hugh 

More 

O'Hallynane, Teige 
O'Hanyne, Daniel 
O'Harhin, Owen 
O'Hea, Anstace 
Any 

Connor 

Daniel 

David 

Donnogh 

Edmond 

Ellis 

Fi t z M or t a g h 

Wm. 

Garrett 

Honora 

James 

Joan 

John 

Kennedy 

Mahone 

Mahowne 

— ■ Marcus 

Mary 

Morrogh 

Mortagh 

Onnora 

Thomas 

William 



O'Heffernane, Catherine 

Connor 

Edmond 



O'Hehir, Mlaghlen 
O'Henshy, Teige 
O'Henssy, Daniel 
O'Heyne, Flane 
Margaret 



OHogan, Donnogh 
Loghlen 



O'Hogane, Daniel 
O'Hollaghane, Wm. 
O'Honane, Daniel 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



841 



O'Honane, Donnogh 

More 

Onnora 

O'Hourigan, Joane 

Mahon 

O'Huer, Mortagb 
O'Huier, Connor 
O'Hulloghane, Connor 
O'Hyen, Edd. 
O'Kaghlane, Mortagh 
O'Kealigher, Daniel 
O'Keally, Connor 

Dermot 

O'Kearrane, Donnogh 

Geyles 

O'Keninie, Margary 

Morogli 

O'Kennelly, Dermot 
O'Kierelian, Connor 
O'Killyne, Teige 
O'Kirravane, Teige 
O'Kiullane, Connor 
O'Lency, Malione 
O'Leyne, Michael Bane 
O'Loghlen, Donnogh 
O'Lyne, Dermot 
O'Maddgane, Daniel 
O'Madigan, Donnogh 
O'Madigane, Any 

Mahone 

O'Maly, Daniel 

Margaret 

O'Maranane, Donnogh 
O'Marrinane, Hugh 
O'Meanae, Donnogh 
O'Meighane, Brien 

Dermot Oge 

Ellen 

Loghlen 

Mahone 

Margaret 

Morrogh 

Mortagh 

O'Meona, John 
O'Molligane, Brien 
O'Moena, Catherine 

Honnora 

O'Moraue, Connor 

Dermot 

More 



O'Morane, Teige 
O'Morish, John 
O'Morughue, John 
O'Mulchaha, Donnogh 
O'Mulcahy, Loghlen 
O'Mulcery, Teige 
O'Mulhane, Edmond 

Honora 

Margaret 

Morish 



O'MuUane, Teige 
O'Mulloe (?) Mahon 
O'Miillony, Any 
Daniel 



Daniel 

Dermot 

John 

Honora 

O'Mulriane, Hugh 
O'Muneighane, Mahone 
O'Murane, Dermot 
O'Murrughue, Philip 
O'Myer, Daniel 
O'Neale, Arte 

Connor 

Morogh 



O'Neile, Hugh 
O'Quely, Thomas 
O'Quirke, Teige 

Fenolla 

Hugh 



O'Eirdane, Cahir 
Teige 



O'Ronane, Donnogh 
Sbylie 



O'Ruoirke, Daniel 
O'Ruokaine, Mahon 
O'Kuorke, Bryen 
O'Kuokane, Mahon 
Hugh 



O'Ryane, Donnogh 

O'Scanlane, Dermot 
O'Scolloe, John 
O'Scott, Donnogh 
O'Serridane, Patrick 
O'Sheyaghane, Morugh 
O'Siechane, Any 

John 

O'Sullevaue, Daniel 
O'Teirnie, Teige 



O'Teirny, Teige 
O'Terny, Mahone 
O'Trasy, Margaret 

John 

Teige 



O'Tredane, Dermot 
O'Trehy, Donnogh 
O'Ultagh, Daniel 

Owen, Any Ny 

Joane Ny 

Margaret Nyn 

Margaret Ny 



Pardaue, Ellinor 
John 



Patrick, Illen Ny 
Patricke, Oge 

Catherine Ny 

Gulla 
Phillip, Honora Ny 
Pierce, Mary 
Pillen, Alice 

William 



Pomch, David 
Power, Andrew 

Catherine 

Dominicke 

Edmond 

Ellen 

■ Fitz-James 

Edmond 

Gennett 

Gennett, Widow 

James 

Mary 

Thomas 

William 

Purcell, als. Dondou 

Ellen 

Ellinor 

Francis 

Garrott 

Honnor 

John 

John Oge 

Margaret \ 

Mary 

E edmond 

Thomas 

Ullick 

Punchs, John 



342 



APPENDIX. 



Queeffe, Philip 
Quidiliy, Joane 
Quien, Margaret Ny 
— — Thomas 
Quierely, Joane 
Quilter, Thomas 
Quiltie, Margaret Ny 
Quine, Honnor Ny 
Quinlane, Catheriu 
Quirk, David 
Michell 

Shylie 

Rahuly, Morish 
Ealigh, Morish 
Range, Uny Ny 
Rawely, Garrott 

Eichard 

William 

Rawly, Gate 

Edmond 

ElHsh 

Garrett 

— Honora 

James 

Joane 



— Margaret 

— Mary 

— Morish 
Walter 



Read, Robert 
Ready, P'enolla 
Redmond, Catherin Ny 
Regan, John 

Philip 

Eeidy, Daniel 
Eeyle, Mary 
Eeylie, Brien 

— Catheriu 

Eeynell, Margaret Ny 
Eian, Una 
Riane, Daniel 

Mlaghlen 

Eichard 

Shylie 

■ Teige 

' Thomas 

Una 

Eice, Andrew 

Anstace 

Bartholomew 



Rice, Brigett 

Christian 

Dr. David 

Ellen 

Frank 

James 

Joan 

John 

Katherin 

Lawrence 

Margaret 

Mary 

Nell 

Nicholas 

Phillis Rice 

Stephen 

Walter 

William 



Rich, Sarah Ny 
Eichard, Catherin Ny 

Joane Ny 

Nell 

Walter 

Eidane, Ellen 
Edmond 



-— James 



Riddane, Daniel 

Slany Ny 



Eidle, Eobert 
Eiean, Donuogh 
Eiedy, Ellen Ny 

— Onora Ny 

Eirdaue, Christaiu 

— Daniel 

Fenolla 

John 

Margaret 

Eirddan, Eobert 
Robert, Margaret Ny 
Roch, Christian 

David 

Ellane 

Ellen 

als. FitzGerrald 

EUis 

Geiles 

George 

Henry 

— — James 
Margaret 



Roch, Mary 

Morish 

Patrick 

Redmond 

Stephen 



Rochford, Andrew 

als. Mortell, 

Julian 

July an 

Michell 

Symon 

Eoe, John 

Mahon 

Thomas 



Eonan, Stephen 
Ronane, David 

Devenish 

Donnogh 

Ellinor 



James 

Katherin 

Mary 

Nell 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Stephen 

— Thomas 

William 

Rorie, Any Ny 

Margaret Ny 

Moyue Ny 

Eory, Any Ny 

Ellen Ny 

Fenolla Ny 

Joane Ny Rory 

Margaret Ny 

More Ny 

Rose, David 
Roughane, Margaret Ny 
Rowly, Edmond 
Ruane, Mortagh 
Rudirish, Mary Ny 
Rurey, Owen 
Rushell, Philip 
Russell, Ellen 

Ellis 

Margaret 

Thomas 

Ryan, Cathlen 
John 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND* 



84d 



Ryan, Margaret 
Ryane, Anne 

Anthony 

Any 

Connor 

Cormacke 

Daniel 

Derby 

Dermot 

Domiogh 

Edmond 

Fenolla 

Geyles 

Honora 

Joaue 

Jrane 

James 

Joan 

John 

John MacCon- 

nor 

Katherin 

Lowes 

. McCragh 

MacDaniel John 

MacDaniel Mar- 
garet 

Ma hone 

Margaret 

Mary 

Morgan 

Onnor 

Philip 

Rorie 

Rory 

Rose 

Sara 



Shylie 

Teige 

Thomas 

Uney 

Una 

Wm. 

Ryle, Rorie 
Salshery, John 
Sanacane, Edmond 

Nell 

Sarsfield, Christian 

Ellinor 

Genuett 



Sarsfield, Ignatius 

James 

Mary 

Nann 

Patrick 

Peter 

Saverious 

William 



Scanlane, Joan 
Seighan, Katherin 
Seighane, Dermot 
Sekein, James 

Mary 

Pierce 

Una 



Sexten, Cate 

Catherin 

ElHs 

James 

rt's.Creagh, Joan 

John 

Mary 

Nan 

Nicholas 

Symon 

Sexton, Edmond 
Joan 



Shaghanasie, Edmund 
Shaghanissie, Honora 
Shaghanassy, Willm. 

Daniel 

David 

John 

Onora 



Shanaghane, Murren 
Shannaghan, Morrogh 
Donnogh 



Shane, Cate Ny 

Ellen Ny 

Ellis Ny 

Honora Ny 

Joaoe Ny 

Margaret 

Shelve Ny 

Shea, Thomas 

Dermot 

Honnor 

Sheane, HonnoraNy 
Sheaghaue, Any 
Daniel Oge 



Sheaghane, Murne Ny 
Daniel 

Phihp 

Shenneghane, John 
Shichane, Philip 
Shyaghane, Any 

Cath 

Dermot 

John 

Morish 

Onora 

Katherin 

Shy hie, Anna 
Brien 



Edmond 

Ellen 

aZs. Butler,Ellen 

Ellinor 

a/s. Wall.Ellinor 

als. Lacy, Eliza 

John 

Margaret 

Roger 

Shyly 

Shyhy, Ellen 

Mary 

Morrogh 



Shyhye, Manus 
Siecane, William 
Siver (or Siber), Ellinor 
Skanlane, Any Ny 

James 

WilHam 



Skeolane, Edmond 

Ellen 

Ellis 

Joan 

John 

Marten 

Stephen 



Skilton, Alexander 

Anthony 

Ellinor 

James 

Mary 



Slattery, Ellen Ny 

John 

Margaret Ny 



Stackpole, Arthur 
Clement 



344 



APPENDIX. 



Stacpole, Ai'tlnir 

Bartliolomew 

Catherine 

Christian 

Diphna 

Ellis 

Geunett 

Ignatious 

James 

John 

Margaret 

Patrick 

Stariu, Na^ 
Stellane, Una Ny 
Stephenson, Any 

Barry 

Edward 

' Margaret 

Richard 

■ Thomas 

Stoake, Ellis 
Storeen, Thomas 
Stritch, Andrew 

Anstace 

als. Gavan, 

Christian 

Ellane 

Ellis 

FitzJa. 

FitzJa mes, 

Thomas 

Francis 

FitzJames, 

Michell 
James 



Sulevavane, Ann 
Sulivane, Honora 
Sullyvane, Teige 
Sunaghane, Teige 
Suuly, John 
Suple, Ellen 
Joan 



Joane 

John 

Margaret 

oZs.Creagh,Mar- 

garet 

Mary 

Michell 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

• Philhs 

Shylie 

Thomas 

William 

Suane, Donogh 



Pierce 

Eichard 

Shylie 

Supple, Edward 

Elizabeth 

Ellen 

John 

— Patrick 

Surtell Wm, 
Swayue, Catherin 
Sweynie, Mary 
Swny, Mary 
Swynie, Shylie 
Swyny, Pachard 
Synnor, Gate 

Edmond 

— Joane 

Patrick 

Symon 

William 

Symons, James 
Tamsh, Willm. 
Tawry, Onora 
Teane, Any 

Honora Ny 

Mnrren Ny 

Onora Ny 

Teige, Anstace Ny 

Gate Ny 

Catherin Ny 

Ellice Ny 



Ellis 

Honora Ny 

Joane 



Joane Ny 

John 

Katherin Ny 

Margaret Ny 

Shine or Shive Ny 

Thomas 

Una Ny 

Terlagh, Cather Ny 
Katherin Ny 



Thewell, John 
Thomond, Earl of 
Thomas, Honora Ny 

Ellen Ny 

John 

Margaret Ny 



Thomiue, Joane Ny 

— Katherin Ny 

Thonie, Thomas 
Thornton, Catherin 

Daniel 

George 

Grace 

John 

— Margaret 

Marta 

Mortagh 

Thomas 

Tiffie, William 
Tobbine, Joan 
Tobine, Thomas 
Trant, Barbara 

Dominick 

Philip 

Trante, Ellis 
Trasy, Joane Ny 
Travers, John 
Onora 



Tyorna, Honora Ny 
Turry, William 
Ultagh, Connor 

Mortagh 

■ Shilie 

Unrughtowe, John 
Vaden, Una Ny 
Vekeogh, Sara 
Verdon, Christopher 

Ellinor 

Henry 

James 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

— Rose 

Thomas 

Volstone, Mary 
Wale, Edmond 

James 

John 

Wall, James 



Persons transplanted in Ireland. 



34^ 



Wall, Joane 

Luke 

Nell 

Eicliard 

Walle, Catlieriu 

Edmoud 

— ^ Ellis 

James 

Margaret 

Walsh, Austace 

— Margaret 

Richard 

Waiters, als. Stritch, 
EUiuor 

Francis 

als. Bonrke, 

Margt. 
Weanane, Onora Ny 
Welsh, Catherin 

Edmoud 

Ellen 

Ellice 

Lewes 

Margaret 

— Patrick 

Pierce 

Eobert 

• Thomas 

Walter 

William 

White, alias Nash, An- 

stace 

Anstace 

Catherin 



White, David 
Sir Dominicke 

alias Bourke, 

Ellen 

Ellen 

Ellinor 

— James 

Lady Joane 

John 

Francis 

Gennett 

Hary 

James 

Jeane 

— Joane 

Joane Margaret 

— John 

Katherin 

Lawrence 

— Magdalen 

Margaret 

Mary 

Nell 

Fitz Patrick, 

Nichs. 
— Nicholas 



White, Patrick 

PhilHs 

Tho. 

William, Catherin Ny 

Ellinor Ny 

Joane Ny 

Margaret Ny 

Shewe Ny 



Woulfe, Andrew 

Anstace 

Anthony 

Gate 

Catherin 

David 

Ellen 

a/s.Liston, Ellen 

Ellinor 

FitzMartin Tho- 
mas 

FitzPatrick 

Richard 

Francis 

Gennett 

George 

Katherin 

Martin 



Mary 

Michel 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Robert 

Stephen 

Thomas 

— William 

Una Ny 

Yearmody, Ellen Ny 
Yonnge, James 

Lawrence 

Thomas 

Younstell, Cate 
Thomas 



End of Vol. L E. 10. 123. 



(&.) TRANSPLANTERS' CERTIFICATES. (VOL. I.C. 8c. 120.) 

This Heturn contains the Entries of Persons' names to whom Trans- 
planters' Certificates were granted in the Counties of: 1. Limerick, 
2. Tipperary, 3. Waterford, 4. Cork, 5, Kerry ; and includes the names 
from the several Precincts in the Province of Munster, viz : 1. Limerick, 
2. Clonmel, 3. Waterford, 4. Cork, 5. Kerry: "■ By the Commissioners of 
Revenue within the Precinct of Clonmel." 



UQ 



APPENDIX. 



For the gx-eater reference' sake the names are spelled the same and 
given in the same order as they appear in the original. 

In Limerick. 



>AME AND ADDRESS. 

Grace Hurley, alias Thornton 

John Boui'ke, Kissiquirk 

"William Stritch, Sgule 

Laurence Comyne, of Whittlestown 

Torlagh MacBryan, Clogdalter 

Morgan Eyane, Vonhybeg 

Pierce Walch, Abbergonny, alias 

Abbergownhy 
Theobald Bourke, Ballynegard 
Walter Bourke, Luddenbegg 
"William Marshall, Small Barony 
Edmond Bourke, Beallasymon 
John Bourke, Luddenbegg 
Robert Browne, Milstown 
Richard Bourke, Kilcullin 
Sir Dominick White, Limerick 
Kichard Bourke, Ballycarry 
Edmond Bourke, Caruemartine 
William Bourke, Killonaue 
Andrew Power, Limerick 
Richard Bourke (FitzJohn), Kil- 
cullin 
Katherin Sextin, Killenane 
Morris Hallurane, Merchant, Lime- 
rick 
Richard Creagh, Moyfarta 
Donnogh Grady, Killballyowen 
Dennis Konane, Ballyvarry 
Andrew Creagh, Alderm., Limerick 



XAME AND ADDRESS. 

Teige Grady, Gent., Any. 
Patrick White, Camass 
Patrick Lishaght, Camass 
Robert Rirdane, Limerick 
Patrick White, Merchant, Limerick 
Margarett Harrold, alias Creagh, 

Limerick 
Thomas Connor, Ballyvara 
Mahon Keogh, Gent., Cloncleafe 
Teige MacBryan, Dearke 
Morgan MacBryan, Ballyarsney 
Stephen White, Adare 
Thomas Bourke, Ballylosky 
Edmond Rawly, Rawlystown 
John O'Moryne, Drombane 
Turlogh MacBryan, Ballynaclohis 

and Conogli 
Edmond Rawley, Gent, Ballyne- 

monymo 
Donnogh MacBryan, Ballyharty 
Thomas Browne, Camass 
Thomas Bourke, Cahirennary, in' 

the Barony of Clanwilliam 
Mahowne O'Hea, Greane 
Morrogh Bryen, Pallice 
Mahone MacMahon, Twoh 
Mortagh MacBryeu, Castletown 
John Heyne, Rathmore 



Total : 50 Persons Transplanted from the co. Limerick. 



County Tipperary. 



Phillip Kearney, Ballyduagh 
Richard Comin, Tullaghmaine 
Derby Ryan, Ballynenana 
John MaGraigh, Monequill 
James, Lord of Dunboyne 
Patrick Hackett, Ballytarsin 
Edmond Stapleton, Gorttin Ellice 
James Butler, Achnagamane 
Theobald Butler, Ballinry 



Patrick Commerford, Ballyduagh 
James Butler, Ballylin 
Edmond Laffin, Cassinmattin 
Donnogh Kennedye, Killowhuyne 
John Cantwell, Ballymackedie 
Edmond Archer, Archerstowne 
John Purcell, Loughmoe 
Edmond Meagher, Cloghcalee 
Richard Purcell, Agrall 



Persons transplanted in Ireland, 



34t 



XAME AND ADDRESS. 

Robert Purcell, Castletown 
Edmond Haydon, Thurles 
Thomas Cantwell, Mucrarky 
Patrick Boy ton, Bally tarsny 
Thomas Cantwell's tenants, Muck- 

rearky 
Edward Butler, Widdingstown 
James Butler, Derrylowskan 
Patrick Ffleming, Loghkent 
Paule Boyton, Ballyclearagh 
George Comin, Ballyladin 
Garrott Fitzgerrald, Nodstown 
Dame Joane Butler, Ballinchow 
Richard Butler, Ballyuequill 
John MacEegan, Cloghustaue 
Thomas Meara, Boreskine 
Mulrony Carroll, Beagh 
Daniell Hurly, Tomonen 
Carbery MacEgan, Killnelahagh 
Andrew MacEgan, Ballyknaven 
John Grace, Carney 
John Cantwell, Dromonier 
Margrett MacNemara, Garranmore, 

widow 
Donnogh Kennedy, Lackroone 
Daniell O'Keunedye, Ballycregan 
Mary Hogane, Graige 
Stephen MacEegan, Lissbeagh 
Dermott Hogau, Crauagh 
Connor Kennedy, Ballyartillye 
John Kennedy, Knigh 
John Kennedy, Gurtoone 
Donogh Kennedy, Ballyleina 
Dermott Kennedy, Curragh 
Nicholas Ffanninge, Clori,egall 
John MacEgan, Orskene 
Daniell Carroll, Keillahy 
Connor Hurley, Creagh 
William Grace, Grange 
John Grace, Ballingarye 
Fiagh Deane, Keill Icarren 
Roger Hanely, Lissnegowne 
Ogaine O'Hogaine, Derryinslin 
Teige Cleary, Ffoiagh 
Ireel Kennedy, Ballyhagh 
Thomas Butler, Moyalliffe 
James Butler, Carrograge 
Rory Ryane, Aghanoye 
Morragh Kennedie, Traverstown 



name and address. 
Teige Glissane, Killinone 
Donell O'Bryen, Tallyhedie 
Phillip O'Bryen, Coolin 
Mary MaGrage, Bloane 
Ffrancis Morris, Lissduffe 
Margrett Morris, Cashell 
Dame Katherine, Morris, Latrage 
Donnogh Ffogertie, Garrymulrony 
Wm. Fogertie, Lisscroagh 
Cnogher Ffogertie, Insy Offogertie 
Dermott ffogertie. Inch 
William ffogertie. Inch 
Edmond ffogertie, Insy Offogertie 
Teige ffogertie, Donen 
Phillip ffogertie, Buellyduff 
Edmond ffogertie, Donea 
John Stapletou, Connismullin 
Sir John Morrish, Kuockagh 
Dame Ellismores, Milestowu 
Teige Bryen, Killmuctully 
Donnogh O'Bryen, Bellanaha 
Edmond Buttler, Boyton Rath 
James Tobin, Garranegibbone 
Domiuicke MacDonnell, Curragh 
Marcus Bryen, Clone Ibryne 
John Hicky, Killfreed 
James London, Garanskenane 
Mortagh Bryen, Lisskelly 
John Hogan, Curraghtemple 
Dermott O'Bryen, Gorttmore 
John Roch, Cranagh 
Oaor Walsh, Thurles 
Slaney Bryen, Moncoe 
Thomas Kearney, Cashell 
John Stapleton, Drome 
Willyam Stapleton, Keillahogane 
Theobald Stapleton, Drome 
John O'Meagher, Cloukenny 
Redmond Stapleton, Killvellcorish 
James Purcell, Clonmackog 
Thomas Purcell, Rogerstowne 
Juan Meagher, Killanardy 
Thomas Stapleton, Killaghany 
Peirce Purcell, Loredglowne 
Willyam Purcell, Loredglowne 
John Ryan, Culdolye 
Pierce Stapleton, Ballyholy 
Thomas O'Meagher, Lochane 
Teige Meagher, Killduffe 



848 



APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Meagher, PoHnstown 
Philhp ffogertie, Donea 
Owny Meagher, Parke 
James Purcell, Cuockaneroe 
Daniell MacHogan, Bellanemoe 
Donnogh O'Meagher, Beaman 
Daniell O'Cahell, Bollycahell 
Peirce Purcell, Killcaky 
Teige Meagher, Gortenan 
Teige O'Mearagh, Liskenusky 
Wm. O'Mearagh, Cappagh 
Lady Mary Hamilton, Koscrea 
Thomas Butler, Moylessane 
Walter Hackett, Corleagh 
Florence Fferrall, Calleagh 
Peirce Cantwell, Painstowne 
Edmoud Stocke, Conlane 
Bryen Kerney, Knockanglough 
Edmond Ffanuiuge, Gortl'y 
Wm, Ffanninge, Ffarrenroe 
Peirce Butler, Killehine 
Theobald Mansell, Cotteganstown 
Ellin Laffon, alias Butler, Newan 
Peirce, Lord Viscount of Ikeriu 
Willyam Butler, Ballyskiran 
Edmond Marnell, Lisnemrocke 
Marcus Laffin, Grantstown 
Edmon Hackett, Shippstown 
Jeftery Blacksall, Cashell 
Edward Piocli, Ballynard 
Peirce Butler, Gurtingstockduny 
William Fflemiuge, Cashell 
John Hackett, do. 

John Butler, Fferrouslyen 
Thomas Haly (FitzJohn), Casliel 
Richard Hackett, do 

Paule Haly, do 

John Ryane, Bealenakilly 
William Dwyer, Derremore 
Katheriue Ryane, alias Magrath 
Kobert Britton, Cashell 
Theobald Butler, Ardmaly 
Edmond Dwyer, Clonmell 
Peirce David White, Russelstown 
Connor Dwyree, Carreggin 
Edmond O'Dwyree, Clonegort 
Pierce Boylou, Cashell 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Douogh O'Dwyre, Cullenare 
John Marshall, Cashell 
James Dwyre, Clochkelly 
William Kennedy, Ballyanagane 
Ffeighra MacBahagra,''' Ballincore 
Hugh Kenedy, BalUnclohy 
William Meary, Ffullen 
More Butler, alias Bryen, Killoskee 
Thomas Bourke, Gartinedowan 
Teige Ryane, Attybricke 
Teige Eyane, Loghdowhy 
Darby O'Dwyre, Bowndroma 
Daniell Eyane, Cowne 
Teige O'Dwyre, Beallanakilly 
Teige MacEdmond Dwyre, Bealla- 

Kelly 
Edmond Dwyre, Killseoneine 
Morrish Connell, Cahirberny 
Thomas Butler, Direclony 
Patrick Travers, Eathard 
Derby Hiffernane, Garrinscottie 
Mary Burke, alias Hurly, Skart- 

maciveland 
Theobald Butler, Lismachew 
Turlagh McGrath, Ballivier 
Richard Butler. Ballynahinchy 
James Butler, Keillmoyligher 
William Ryan, Fuuagowne 
John Bourke, Ballivadie 
Dermott O'Hagan, Gortgarran 
Cormacke Ryan, Bonaway 
James Quirke, Keiloquirke 
Daniell, O'Hogan, Alliu 
David Bourke, Carraghnea 
Peirce Butler, Balladrihie 
David FitzGibbon, Ardfyna 
Margarett Hiffernan, Glanbeaue 
James Hiffernan, Ballycholy 
John Hiffernan, Ballinglany 
Derby O'Connor, Ducomine 
Miles Hiffernan, Balliugleany 
John Hiffernan, do. 

Theobald Bourke, Allin 
William Bourk, Shanballymore 
Sir Tirlagh Magrath, Allevallin 
John Butler, Sollohide 
John Plunkett, Killeagh 



MacBahagra : More correctly this name should be " MacBaragry." 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



849 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Patrick Hogaine, Ardirony 
John O'Meara, Killcohinmore 
Walter Bourke, Ballyglassie 
Eobert St. John, St. Johnstown 
Walter Prendergast, Ballybegg 
John Prendergast, Rathgogally 
Eobert Prendergast, Garrigileary 
Phillip Keating, Rathmore 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas MacCreagh, Ballylomeany 
Eedmond Keating, Killbalfynamony 
Thomas Butler, Cnocknaveny 
Patricke English, Balligarran 
Daniell MacCreagh, Burgess 
An Macher (Maher), Clonine, 

widow 
Thomas Bourke, Cnockballynoe 



Total : 220 Persons Transplanted from the co. Tipperary. 



County Waterford. 



John Hore, Ballinmacmaag 
Mathew Hore, Shandon 
Mathew Hore (2), Shandon 
James Gough, Duugarban 
Tirlogh Brieu, Cottin 
Mary Nugent, Cloncoscrane 
Walter Tobin, Shaucoale 
Pierse Power, Clonea 
Dannell Connery, Ballychanbegg 
Waiter Mansfeiid, Ballynamulti- 

nagh 
Ellinor FitzGerald, alias Bryan, 

Colesmeare 
Donogh O'Bryen, Killnafrahace 
Thomas Walsh, Piltown 
Bryen O'Bryen, Boullyatin 
Mary Bryen, Killcomoragh 
James FitzGerald, Ardrogenna 
Robertt Mervyne, Mervynsland 
Peirs Eoe, Hackettstown 
Piers Eoe, do. 

Edmond Eoch, Torin 
Edmond Eoch, do. 
Edmond Eoch, do. 
Edmond Eoch, do. 
Richard Bourke, Lisse 
Garrett Prendergast, Clonenaffe 
Patrick Gough, Killmanhine 
Dame Mary Gough, Cloghballydo- 

nosie 
James Wall, Coolenemucky 
John Ayleward, ffathleage 
Jasper Widlocke and John Dobin, 

Euisses 
Walter Sherlocke, Eathmolan 



Peeter Sherlocke, Ballyloghmore 
John Sherlocke, Watterford 
Stephen Power, Ballinmontragh 
Theobald Buttler, Creadan 
Richard Strange, Cnockane 
Peetor Power, Culfin 
Morris Power, Curragh Kells 
Edmond Eounau, Hacketstown 
Peirce Power, Lissnegerigh 
Edward Buttler, Killtop 
James Fitzgerald, Corigkelly 
Willy am Shea, Gorteenelinye 
John Butler, Ballyknavine 
Onora Buttler, Ballintemple 
John Buttler, Ballycloghye 
Nicholas Power, Killballykilty 
John Power, Georyestown 
Ellish Mandevill, Glinn 
James Buttler, Cranagh 
Willyam Power, Kearnleagh 
Willyam Power, Bellalogh 
Peirce Power, Knocklafaly 
Nicho. Power, Danemrattin 
Walter Power, Carrigestine 
David Power, Smore 
Walter Sherlock, Mohill 
John Power, Donoyle 
Peeter Power, Colefin 
Richard Strange, Adamstown 
Nicho. Maddin, Dooneere 
Willm. Dobin, Watterford 
Walter Power, Fenmore 
Eobartt Walsh, Richardstowne 
Morris Power, Adamstown 
Thomas Wadinge, Waterford 



350 



APPENDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

David Power, Ballyskanlane 
Thomas White, Pembroxtowne 
Mary Walsh, Ballyguner 
Theobald Butler, Kiiockmalline 
William Purcell, Ballycashin 
Lawrence Denne, Waterford 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Dominick Lynch, Waterford 
Clemett Woodlocke, Corbellymore 
Nicholas Wailsh, Waterford 
Marcus Cransburron, do. 
John Porter, do. 

Jeffery Power, ffeddans 



Total : 79 Persons Transplanted from the co. Waterford 



County Cork. 



Edmond MaGragah, Carrickenidy 
Murtagh O'Bryne, Callynahyny 
Finnic Oge O'Mahowny, Ivagh 
Donnogh O'Drishall, do. 

Kedagh O'Denovane, The Garry 
Donnogh M'Daniell, The Isle 

Manninge 
Daniell (McCormuck) Carthy, Ball 

mac Cawen 
Dermond (McCnogher) O'Deno 

vane, Garry 
Daniell O'Denocan, als. O'Dene 

vane, Cork 
Maurice Fitzgerrald, Castlelistine 



Captaine David Power, Cloghmore 

Owen O'Donegane, Cloghmoge 

William Mc Roger Donegane,Clough- 
} more 

\ Magdalen My Mary, widow, Clogh- 
of i ingrein 

Andrew Synane, Kilbolane 

Teige McShane Begly, do. 

John McM'laghlin, do. 

Neale Beagh, do. 

John Cleary, do. 

Mortagh Mahoway do. 

Henery Wall, Milltowne 



Total : 21 Persons Transplanted from the co. Cork, 



County Kerry. 



Patrick Pearce, Aughamore 
John O'Cahane, Tralee 
Teige O'Bourke, do. 
Coll. Edmond FitzMorris, Tilbred 
Thomas Cantillon, Ballyronane 
John FitzMorris, Bally mickin 
Garrott Piers, Ballyhaungane 
James O'Conner, Tralee 
Edmond McElligott, Coolekearigh 
Coll. Garrott FitzMorris, Drombegg 
Coll. Garrott FitzMorris, do. 
Thomas Pears, Cnockhmagh 
Gyles, Lady Dowager, Kerry 
Walter Crosby, Killmullane 
John Gould, Ardfert 
Teige O'Lyne, Ballymullan 
John FitzMorris Ballyhimickin 



Robert Pyers, Ardfert 
Teige Garye, Tralee 
Patrick Pyers, Aughamore 
Teige O'Rourke, Tralee 
Thomas Stacke, Garrinea 
Christopher Hickson(uo place given) 
Nicholas Hussey, Ballyncoyne 
Christopher Sagerson, Valentius 
Cnogher McCrolin, Lettir 

do. do. do. 

Morrish Connell, Cahirberny 
Charles Connell, Begnis 
Daniel Connell, Ballyhirney 
Peter Connell, Valentia 
Morx-ogh Connell, Valentia 
John Connell, Valentia 
Dermod ffalvey, gent., Kilkenroraore 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND, 



351 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Mortagli McEgan, Coulebane 
Teige ffalvey, Cahercrohin 
David Mahony, gent., Ballyharr 
Edmond Ffitzgerald, Ballynahow 
Teige Dingle, alias Morietty, Brown- 

vally 
Nicholas Fitzgerald, Cahirnefaliy 
Cnogher (McMortagh) Sullum, 

Iverahagh 
Dermod Brenan, Valeutia 
Donnogh MacFfynine, Esq., Ard- 

tullihie 
Mortagh (McTeige) Moriarty, gent., 

Calanafersy 
Owen O'Sullivane, Killorglin 
Donnogh (McFfynine) Carte, gent,, 

Carrymore 
Thomas Fitzgerrald, Ballymac- 

donnell 
Morrish Fitzgerrald, gent., Glan- 

doyne 
Dermod (McFfynine) Carty, gent., 

Annagh 
Morris Fitzgerrald, gent., Carrence 
Thomas O'Connor, gent., Magho- 

vale 
Teige (McRory) Connor, Tralee 
John ffeild, gent., Tralee 
Bryan O'Connor, gent., do. 

Patrick McEllistrom, gent., 

Dermott O'Hartigg, Ballymac- 

thomas 
Garrett Fitzgerrald, Esq., Kil- 

murry 
Hugh ffalvey, gent., faha 
Nicholas Browne, gent., Knockree 
Arthur Leary, gent., Killeene 
SirVallentineBrowne,Bart.,Molahiff 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Morrice Lander, Killarney 
Richard Connell, gent., do. 
Murriagh (McOwen) Fferris, Bally- 

malis 
Connell O'Connell, Killarney 
Daniell Fferris, Mutnagh 
Donnogh McCarty, Listry 
Teige (McDermod) Carty, Gurtin, 

Cloghinmore 
Teige Carty, Listry 
Edmond Hussey, Kinarde 
Richard Segerson, gent., Bally- 

skellipke 
Edmond Barry, merchant, Dingle 
Rowland Rice, do. 

John Cooke do. 

Christian Skiddy (widow), do. 
Nicholas Nagle, merchant, do. 
Stephen Rice, do. 

Owen Callanane, do. 

David Trant (FitzWm.) merchant, 

Dingle 
Edward Trant, Dingle 
Peter Nagle, merchant, Dingle 
John Trant, merchant, do. 
Cnogher McShane, mason, do. 
John Nagle, merchant, do. 
John M'Bryen do. 

James Rice, do. 

Andrew Rice, Merchant, do. 
Patrick Rice, do, 

Edward Rice, do. 

Richard Goulding, do. 

James Trant (FitzJohn) do. 
Teige Cullen, do. 

Teige an Doona (Cullen), do, 
Andrew Skiddy, do. 



Total : 93 Persons Transplanted from the co. Kerry. 
End of Volume I. C. 8c. 126. 



(c.) TRANSPLANTERS' CERTIFICATES. (VOL. I. C, 8c. 127.) 

This Return contains the Entries of Persons' names to whom Trans- 
planters' Certificates were granted in the following counties, namely : 
1. King's County, 2. Westmeath, 3. Meath, 4. Louth, 5. Dublin, 6. 
"Wexford, 7. Kilkenny, 8. Queen's County, 9. Kildare, JO. Catherlogh (or 



352 APPENDIX. 

Carlow) ; and includes the names from the several Precincts in the 
Province of Leinster, viz. : 1. Dublin, 2. Wexford, 3. Kilkenny, 4. Carlow, 
S. Athy,* 6, Athlone, and 7. Drogheda : "By the Commissioners of 
Revenue within the Precinct of Dublin." 

For the greater reference' sake the names are spelled the same and 
given in the same order as they appear in the original. 

In King's County : 



NAME AND ADDRKSS. 

Thady Carroll, Ballyknockane 
Dermot Duigin, Eathrobine 
Connor Mulloy, Lilath 
Daniell Morris, Loynabally 
Brian Mulloy, Lissmarly 
Greene Mulloy, Ballynure 
James Griffine, Parke 
John Mulloy, Mooney 
Lewis Mulloy, Ballycolane 
William Bermigham, Brohola 
Brien Daniell, Ballyorane 
Charles Mulloy Clonduglas 
Myles Bremigham, Killnagall 
Hugh Fflattery, Streamestown 
James Coghiane, Garrycastle 
James Shield, Ballyshield 
Conn Coghiane, Milltowne 
Keadagh Coghiane, Ballylonem 
Charles Mulloy, Barnaboy 
Donnogh Carroll, Rathmore 



NAME and address. 

Donogh Carroll, Buollybracke 
Kobert Carroll, Brownstown 
William Carroll, Carraghilonty 
John Carroll, Coolownane 
William Coghiane, Clonfinlagh 
John Coghiane, Kincorra 
Cormuck Coghiane, Ballaclare 
Lewis, Lord Viscount Clanmaliere 
Mary Coghiane, wife to Terence 

Coghiane, Kilcolgan 
John Carroll, Clones 
Owen Mulloy, Castletown 
Robert Hamou, Piathline 
Alson Mulloy, als. Briscoe, Bally- 

duffe 
John Briscoe, Shraghme 
Domnicke Mulloy, Ballinkilline 
Donnogh Carroll, Colloge 
Daniell Carroll, Ballinmonen 
Captain Howard Oxberough, Cregh 



Total : 38 Persons Transplanted in the King's County. 



County Westmeath. 



Thomas Geoghegane, Cominstown 
Thomas Dillon, Lissdachon 
Henry Dillon, Lissmony 
Kichard Dillon, Kilkenny 
Robert Dalton, Noghevale 
Gerrott Delamare, Streete 
James Nvigent, Cooleamber 
William Denish, Athlone 
James Devenish, Athlone 
Margrett Rely, Killboggaue 
Henry Dillon, Baliynegloghduffe 
Henry McGawly, Ballyloghloe 



Arthur Geoghegane, Ballym'hugli 
Arthur Geoghegane, Castletown 
Hugh Geoghegane, Pallis 
Charles Geoghegane, Syonane 
Hugh Geoghegane, Loghanlonaght 
Thomas Brenan, Crinbogge 
Oliver Brenan, Adamestowne 
Conly Geoghegane, Dunore 
Owen Brady, Culla 
Murtagh Wyer, Derryroe 
Arthur Geoghegane, Terracrewe 
Edward Geoghegane, Spittletown 



* Atlnj : According to the Vol. I. C. Sc. 127, this Precinct should be Athy and 
not Athboy, as stated in some State Papers. 



t>EBSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



358 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Teige Reioge, Athlone 
Thomas Coffie, Balligiffe 
Thomas Dillon, Cusane 
John Brandon, Athlone 
Miles Dalton, Ballinluigge 
Edward Coffy, Ballinkeny 
James Dalton, Mullinmighaue 
Henry Dalton, Croghowell 
John Dalton, Movaghly 
Owen Geoghegane, Cooletown 
Edmond Dillon, Portlicke 
John Dillon, Killonemore 
Morris Dillon, Drumranis 
Thomas Dillon, Waterstown 
Walter Dillon, Kilcornane 
Gerrott Dillon, Dunomony 
Christopher Dillon, Kilkenney 
Edmond Dillon, Tully 
Margrett Dillon, Highbaskin 
John Dillon, Killeneyne 
Piers Dalton, Highbaskin 
John Hope, Ledwigtowue 
John Nugent, Killagh 
Edmond Dillon, Athlone 
James Dillon, Athlone 
Daniell Waters, Athlone 
Gerrott Dillon, Athlone 
Morice Ledwige, Lackin 
Dame Mable Tuite, Sonuagh 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Edward Nugent, Ballisillott 
Sir Oliver Tuite, Imper 
Walter Lacy, Ballrath 
Gerrott Ffox, Mayvore 
Oliver Plunkett, Nicholstown 
James Dalton, Ballrath 
James Dalton, Shenlis 
Oliver Dalton, Miltowu 
Richard Dalton, Rowlandstown 
Edmond Dillon, Ballrath 
Thomas Ferrill, Castlelost 
Mary Plunkett, Ledwicktown 
William Petitt, Killpatrick 
Kedmond Pettitt, Iristown 
Alexander Hope, Ballynaferagh 
Murtagh Coffy, Rogerstowu 
Sir Lucas Fitzgerald 
Charles Mellaghlin, Killrowe 
Nicholas Dalton, Eathfarne 
George Darcy, Wardens town 
Edward Griffin, Griffinstown 
Thomas Darcy, Lissnabin 
Lavallin Nugent, Dysert 
Stephen Ffallon, Athlone 
Gerrott Dalton, Noghevale 
David Shorne, Killare 
Donogh O'Brien, Cullane 
Thomas Terrill, Robbinstowu 
Rory Sheale, Bailicallroe 



Total : 82 Persons Transplanted from the co. Westmeath. 



County Longford. 



Fergus Ferrall, Ardanragh 
Feaghny Ferrall, Coolcroy 
John Ferrall, Tyrlickin 
Francis Ferrall, Mornyne 
Thomas Doweling, Abbey Sbruell 
Edmond Farrell, Lysrian 
James Ferrall, Tinelike 
Edmond Dalton, Loughrill 
Thomas Fitzgerald, Newcastle 
John Mnrtagh, Crinaghmore 
Hubert Dillon, Cartonboy 
James Dillon, Ballymullvy 



Willm. MacJames Ferrall, Moyher- 

boy 
Ellinor Ferrall, Ba41more 
William Geoghegane. Robbinstowu 
John Nugent, Ballinlogh 
Ffaghuy Ferrall, Newtown 
John Nugent, Ballinlogh 
Lysagh Fen-all, Lisstibbott 
Bryen Fferrall, Fflaslongford 
Gerrott Fitzgerald, Cornadouocha 
Hubbert Fferrall, Ballymahay 
Ffaghny Fferrall, Crygh 



Total : 23 Persons Transplanted from the co. Longford. 



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County Meath. 



I NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Hugh Rely, Micliaellstown 
Christopher Kerdiffe, Rathooth 
Thomas Dillon, Flinstown 
Willm. Kerdiffe, Flemingstown 
Patricke Castle, Stamene 
Sir Richard Barnewall, Crickestown 
Patrick Pluukett, Townerath 
Sir Kichard Barnewall, Newcastle 
Simon Barnewall, Kilbrowe 
Edward Fay, Cloney 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



Robert Plunkett, Iristown 
Francis Teeling, Corbellis 
James Fleming, Siddanstown 
Thomas Bath, Ballyfeddocke 
Michael Fleming, Mentram 
Patrick Dowdall, Lobbinstown 
Edmond Darcy, Clondaly 
The Lord of Trimlestown 
Robert Leyne, Croboy 
Gerrald Birne (Byrne), Mandestown 



Total : 20 Persons Transplanted from the co. Meath. 



County Louth. 



Lawrence Hammou, Castlelumny 
Christopher St. Lawrence, Crues- 

town 
Michael Bellewe, Verdonstown 
John Bellewe, Lissrany 
Patrick Gernon, Gernonstown 
John Verdon, Cloumore 
Patrick Warren, Warren stown 
John Hadsor, Cappocke 
Stephen Clinton, Clintonstown 



William Moore, Barmeath 
John White, Richardstown 
Stephen Taaffe, Peppardstown 
Laurence Clinton, Mame 
Henry Gernon, Miltown 
John Dowdall, Atherdee (Ardee) 
William Gernon, Lissrane 
Patrick Warden, Wardenstown 
Jerom Brett, Eathester 
Patrick Carroll, Millestown 



Total : 19 Persons Transplanted from the co. Louth. 



County Dublin. 



Walter Cheevers, Muncktown 
Patrick Nettervill, Newtown 

Strand 
John Talbott, Malahide 
John Arthur Hackettstown 
Christopher Ffagan, Ffeltrim 



of 



Walter Conrane, Curragh 
Phillipp Conrane, Wyanstown 
Richard Penteny, Sugolstown 
Peter Wicombe, The Lyons 
Thomas Russell, Browustown 



Total : 10 Persons Transplanted from the Co. Dublin, 



County 

John Esmond, Rathlonane 
Sir Thomas Esmond, Balltroman 
Richard Dake, Moorontown 
Sir Thomas Esmond (2), Balltro- 
man 
Nicholas Whitty, Dunegulph 
Jasper Stafford, Hiltowne, Bally- 
more 



Wexford. 

James Lamport, Ballyhire 
j Patrick FitzNicholall, Ballyhart 
; Richard Synnott, Ballybrenan 
I Richard Dake, Moorontown 

John Prendergast, Gurthins 
; James Lewis, Graiges 
j William Rosseter, Bridge Bargy 
I John Keating, Baldingstown 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



355 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

John Wadding, The Bannoe 
Richard Wading, Ballycogly 
Andrew Scurlocke, Coddestown 
Tliomas Codd, Grainge 
Alson Devereux, Fourstown 
Christopher Here, Ballyhore 
Nicholas Stafford, Ballymackearue 
Edmond Synnott, Garryuiskye 
Edmond Siggin, Sigginstown 
James Cullin, Furstown 
James Cullin, Furstown 
Phelim Murchoe, Meadtown 
Nicholas Wailsh, Bush 
Eichard Hay, Willtown 
Eichard Talbott, Molltown 
Robert Elliott, Rosselane (Racilane) 
Robert Elliott (2), Racilane 
John Synnott, Ballegery 
Patrick Faye, Raddestown 
Nicholas Wailsh, Poullrancane 
Thomas FitzHarris, Rillkeavane 
Edward Butler, Clough 
Robert Deverux, Ballyshanon 
William Dorane, Ballyclanoge 
Arthur Cheevers, Ballymadder 
Nicholas Synnott, Loughtown 
Ambrose Nevill, Eosse 
James Roth, Rosse 
Edward FitzHarris, Rosse 
Nicholas Deverux, Ballingirre 
Donnogh O'Brien, St. Joanes 
John Deverux, Deepes 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Robert Redmond, The Hall 
Dudley Coulclough, Maynart 
William Esmond, Johnstown 
Nicholas Moyler, or Moiler, Dun- 

cormuck 
Nicholas Wyrne, Inniscorthy 
Marcus Synnott, Eosgarland 
Thomas Hovenden, Moamyne 
Eichard Shortall, Inniscorthy 
Jasper Synnott, Cooleding 
John Sutton, Ballisope 
Walter Rosseter, Slevy 
Anthony Cavanagh, Bally home 
Christopher Furlong, Davidstowne 
Nicholas Fitz Henry, Edermine 
James Synnott, Templehenane 
Teige Murchoe, Tampleshanoue 
Teige Murphy, Tampleshanoue 
Edmond Murchoe, Tampleshanoue 
Arthur Oge O'Brian, Killalegane 
James Jordan, Inniscorthy 
Don. MacTeige Jordan, Temple- 

morrish 
William Stafford, Tamon (Taghmon) 
James Delahide, New Rosse 
David Sutton, Ouldcourte 
Donnogh Jordane, Mougane 
Margarett Browne, Mallrankan 
Alexander Roch, Clonlaugh 
Nicholas Dormer, Stockstown 
Joane Sutton, Wid., Ballicarrocke 
Marcus Cheevers, Grawetown 



Total : 76 Persons Transplanted from the co. Wexford. 



County Kilkenny. 



Walter Archer, Brickinclarag 
Thomas Shortall, Killblaine 
Nicholas Nash, Higginstown 
Redmond Archdekin, Cloghela 
William Kealy, Gowrane 
Thomas Kealy. Gowrane 
Eichard Rlanchville, Eathgarvan 
Richard Kealy, Gowrane 
Nicholas Swane, Goraue 
William St. Leger, Gorane 



John'Naish, Gorane 
Eichard Power, Powerstown 
Patricke St. Leger, Derrin 
Jeffry Eyaue, Ballynequilly 
Margrett Butler, alias Nettervill, 

Quid Abbey 
Michael White, Thomastown 
Elleane Fitzgerrald, Thomastown 
Alson Hackett, Gorane 
Katherine Brenane, Thomastown 



856 



APPENDIX. 



iNAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Purcell, Ballysallagh 
Sir Kobert Kotli, Tullaghmaine 
Henry Hedin, Callan 
William Comerford, luchiliolane 
Thomas Comerford, Callan 
Kichard Lawles, Talbotts Inch 
Richard Fitzgerrald Burnechurch 
Georg St. Leger, Tulloughane 
John Sweetmau, Rathculbin 
Patrick Greene, Curreekehoe 
Eemond Pnrsell, Eosscon 
Margrett Butler, Carrighill 
David Tobiu, Cahirleske 
William Paggett, Carnageale 
Katherin Archer, Ballifronke 
Eobert Tobin, Kilkenny 
John Brenane, Bansmore and 

Whitehall 
Jasper Butler, Rathpatrick 
Eobert Shea fFitzHenry), Eathaly 
Richard Shea, Bonnestown 
John Grace, Garrituggin 
Eobert Shea, Uppercourt 
John Murphy, Kilkenny 
William Fitzgerrald, Burnechurch 
Michaell Cransbrough, Kilkenny 
William Cransbrough, Ballicallin 
Thomas Greene, Corstown 
Edmond Wall, Banuagh 
Katherin Butler, Killmocarr 
Eichard Archdeacon, Bawenballin- 

loghys 
Peter Archdeacon, Bawenballiu- 

loghis 
Peter Shea, Alderman, Kilkenny 
Peter Roth (FitzJohn), Kilkenny 
William Sweetmau, Castleleise 
Walter Tobiu, Mojderstown 
Andrew Shea, Kilkenny 
George Shea, Kilkenny 
Helias Shea, Clonmore 
Patrick Grace, Rowestown 
Lettice Shea, Monemore 
Marcus Shea, Washeshayes 
James Mottle, Earlestown 
William Shea, Kilkenny 
Thomas Archer, Kilkenny 
Ellin Browne, Gasscroe 
Ellin Grace, Ballinlinch 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 



James Archer (Fitz Robert), Kil- 
kenny 
Thomas Butler, Killdillig 
James Archer, Kilkenny 
Edmond Shea, Castletown 
Edmond Grant, Pollroane 
Richard Walsh, Killcroganstown 
OUver Wailsh, Grange 
Piers Wailsh, Ballyforacke 
Phillipp Fenbury, Ffanningstown 
Ellen Archdeacon, Fanningstown 
Thomas Butler, Kilmanehine 
Phillipp Kelly, Jamestown 
Robert Wailsh, Uninge 
Peirce Dalton, Ballynecrony 
Ellen Sweetman, Ballyfericke 
David Grant, Coxlodie 
David Egnott, Aglish 
Tohn Murphy (FitzPatrick), Kil- 
kenny 
Mathew Fitzgerrald, Goslingstown 
Peter Fitzgerrald, do. 

Walter Seix, Kilkenny 
Michael Raggett, do. 
James Savage, do. 
James Cowley, Radestown 
Michael Shea, Kilkenny 
Peter Archer, do. 
Dermott Brenane, Killtown 
Jeffry Brenane, Killtown 
Edmond Brenan, Ballychevin 
James Brenane, Clonyne 
Jonn MacOwen Brenane, Drom- 

goole 
Donnogh Brenane, Ardragh 
Phillip Purcell, Ballyfoile 
Thomas Purcell, Ffoullscrath 
Edmond Purcell, Esker 
James Purcell, Cloune 
John Purcell, Lysmane 
Peter Butler, Bouncestown 
William Marshall, Kilkenny 
John Cantwell, Cantwellscourt 
Margrett Cantwell, alias Wailsh, 

Stroaue 
Thomas Pursell, Sellerstown 
Thomas Ley, Kilkenny 
Patrick Dowling, Kilkenny 
Edmond FitzPatrick, Bannagh 



PERSONS TRANSPLANTED IN IRELAND. 



357 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Thomas Shortall, Ballylorkane 
"Walter Daltoii, Ratharley 
Edmond Fforstall, Monyhard 
James Butler, Dangiu 
Edward Wailsb, Lissorline 
William Wailsh, Barribahine 
Edmond Grant, Dunguoly 
Thomas Wailsh 
Ellin Grant, Balliuebuoly 
Thomas Grant, Ballinabuoly 
Thomas Roth, Ballydonell 
John Langton, Kilkenny 
Thady Birne, Ballynekill 
Edmond Birne, Castlewoode 
Edmond FitzHarris, Curraghmore 
Theobald Fitzgerrald, Ballywaring 
Gilbert Butler, Drumdowny 
Peter Butler, Annogli 
Thomas Prendergast, Ballyaden 
Robert Freeny, Shanbough 
Andrew Deane, Ballyneale 
Patrick Deane, Thomastown 
William Deane, Busherstown 
Theobald Fitzgerald, Crankill 
Nicholas Fitzgerald, Flemingstown 
Margaret Wailsh, Karighnory 
James Prendergast, Carrigginnog-- 

lonny 
James Forstall, Forstallstown 
William Wailsh, Ballincreagh 
William Barron, Garrandarragh 
John Fitzgerrald, Curtins 
James Birne, Castlewood 
Walter Forstall, Ballyfasy 
RedmoQd Forstall, Kilbride 
Richard Grace, Coolishillbegg 
Leonard Shortall, Kildrinagh 
Edward Roth (Fitz Jasper), Kilkenny 
James Archdeakiu, do. 

John Archdeakin, do. 

James Dowdy, Tennesholy 
Morgan Cavanagh, Ballylonine 



NAJIE AN'D ADDRESS. 

Edmond Grace. Killinedowin 
Redmond Grace, Killindowiny 
James Boulger, Rathsnadagane 
Piers Boulger, Ballinbarum 
James Wailsh, Garranbohy 
Edmond Fitzgerrald, Glong 
Nicholas Aylward, Aylwardstown 
Walter Fitzgerrald, Gallestown 
Patrick Weldon, Killdaton 
Edmund Butler, Mellaghmore 
Phillip Wailsh, Knockmolane 
James Wailsh, Corbohy 
Thomas Comerford, Dirmlagh 
William Wattou, Grove 
Edmond Howling, Ballyheale 
Edmond Purcell, Kilkerrill 
Edmond Kategan, Ballyhobucke 
Sir Richard Butler, Cnocktopher 
John Power, Kilkenny 
Peter Fitzgerrald, Kilkenny 
Robert Shea, Kilkenny 
Nicholas Dobbin, Killcolane 
Mr. Peter Roth, Rathely 
Dermott Kevanagh, Blanch ville Park 
Margrett Forstall, Killmainhin 
Martin Kelly, Gorane 
James FitzHarris, Killmarshane 
Richard Tobin, Lyrath 
Leonard Blancefeild (or Blanch vill), 

Cournebashally 
Lady Elizabeth Blanchvill, Blanch- 

villstown 
Thomas Wailsh, Ardry 
Edmond Shortall, Butlersgrove 
Thomas Fitzgerrald, Ballyree 
Thomas Deane, Greenane 
Piers Wailsh, Ballyhobbog 
Thomas Grace, Ballycuddehy 
Richard Tobin, Colloghmore 
James Comerford, Ballemane 
Theobald Butler, Rossenarren 



Total: 190 Persons Transplanted from the co. Kilkenny. 



Queen's County. 



William Wailsh, Graigedrisly 
Barnaby Fitzpatricke, Gurteene 
John Fitzpatricke, Ballygerrhine 



Joseph Langton, Grenaue 
Fflorence Fitzpatricke, Archerstown 
John Fitzpatrick, Ballikelly 



858 



APPKNDIX. 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Barnaby, Lord, Barony of Upper 

Ossory 
TbomasKotb, Ballydonell 
Lougblin Dwiggin, Killcolger 
Teige Fitzpatricke, Buolibnadane 
Edmond Fitzpatricke, Katbenricke 
Daoiell Fitzpatricke, Tiutore 
Stepben Skelton, Sleatb 
Florence Costigaue, Ballymoy 
Jobn Dwigin, Sboirke 
Teige Fitzpatricke, Akipp 
Terlagb Fitzpatricke, Rossmore 
Edmond Fitzpatricke, BellamuUin 
Edmond Fitzpatricke, Castlefflem- 

ing 
Jobn Fitzpatrick, Ballytarnesny 



Clon- 



NAME AND ADDRESS. 

Peirce Hoveden (or Headen), Kil- 

leene 
Jobn Duigin (or Dwigin), 

couse 
Cbarles Connor, Srabaneboy 
Jobn Kinnyne, Deriscrara 
Morgan Casbin, Coolevally 
Piers Fitzgerrald, Ballyrone 
Patrick Purcell, Killebane 
Edmond Maisterson, Tankardstown 
Terence Doyne, Kilkevane 
Jobn Casbin, Coolekeunie 
James Daniell, Tinekilly 
Edward Masterson, Ballynane 
Jobn Hovenden, Ballyckmoyler 
Tbomas Hovenden, Tyrernan 



Total : 34 Persons Transplanted from tbe Queen's County. 



County Kildake. 



Christopber Eustace, Neweland 
Walter Eustace, Ballycallane 
Nicbolas Woolfe, Old Court 
Ullicke Wall, BallynakiU 
Tbomas Fitzgerrald, Bellane 
Cbristopber Arcbbold, Timolin 
Gerrald Fitzgerrald, Castlerowe 



Mary Eustace, Blackball 
Henry Burnell, Killestown 
James Talbott, Carloone 
Tbe Lady Talbott, Carton 
Tbomas Aylmer, Corcranstown 
Mathew Nangle, Ballysax 



Total : 13 Persons^Transplanted from tbe co. Kildare. 



County of Carlow, 



Henry Higgins, Sleguff 
Garrett Cavanagb, Danemore 
Edmond Birne, Kilcull 
Murtagb Cavanagb, Castletown 
Artbur Cavanagb, Garrybundon 
Morris Cavanagb, Parke 
Brian Cavanagb, Tomclarragb 
Lady Mary Cavanagb, Clonmullin 
William Wall, Viregblin 
Jobn Cbeevers, Graingefort 



Coll. Tbomas Bagnall, Balliury 
James Alliu, Lincerstown 
James Butler, Tullagb 
Dudly Bagnall, Dunleckny 
James Nowlane, Ballindrowe 
Patrick Nowlane, Kilballybugb 
Edmond Eustace, Garryline 
Gerrald Birne, KillcuU 
Daniell Nolane, Kellstown 
Gerrald Nolane, Ratbroge 



Total : 20 Persons Transplanted from tbe co. Carlow. 

End of tbe names of Persons Transplanted in Ireland, a.d. 1658-1654 ; 
but tbe Persons Transplanted from any of tbe Ulster Counties 
are not bere included : tbe Returns for tbat Province not being fortb- 
coming. 



CONNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 



359 



9._C0NNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 
Transplanters, A.D. 1653-1654. 

Inrolments of the Certificates of the Commissioners appointed for 
hearing and determining the claims of Transplanted Persons, '■'■ in the 
Province of Connanght and County of Clare ; preserved in the office of 
the Chief Eemembrancer of the Exchequer, Dublin. — See the Records 
of Ireland, marked " 1821-1825," pp. 576-587. 



Adam, Sarah Ny 
Andrew, Edward 

Margaret 

Anion, Mable 

Wilham 

Archdaken, Michael 
Archdakene, Elinor 

Redmond 

Nicholas 

Archdakne, James 

Peirce 

Archdeacon, Maurice 

Peter 

Aron, Earl 
Arran, Richard, Earl 
Arron, Earl 
Arthur, Daniel 

Dimpna 

— Dymphona 

Francis 

Jennett 

— Katherine 

— Margaret 

Mary 

Peirce 

Thomas 

Doctor Thomas 

Ash, Mary 

Moses 

Athenree, Francis, Lord 

Baron 
Athenry, Lord Baron 
Athy, Giles 
Aylmer, James 
Aylward, John 

Nicholas 

Peter 

Baehon, Kate 
Baker, George 



Baltinglasse, Lord 
Barber, John 
Barnewall, James 

John 

Barnewell, Elizabeth 

Elen 

Barnwell, Richard 

Sir Patrick 

Barrett, Agnes 

Edmond 

— Peirce 

Rickard 

Barton, Sir Henry 
Bassell, William 
Bath, Bart., Sir Luke 

Patrick 

Robert 

Begg, George 

Mother of said 

George 

Mathew 

Bell, Thomas 
Bellew, Christopher 

Elizabeth 

John 

Mary 

Patrick 

Eoger 



Bennis, George 
Bently, Thomas 

(_ ) 



Bermingham, Edward 

EHzabeth 

Jane 

John 

Katherine 

Margaret 

Mary 

Lady Mary 



Bermingham, Miles 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Kemegius 

Walter 

Widow 



Betagh, Alexander 

Christopher 

Gerald 

Henry 

Ismay 

: Lawrence 

Bingham, Henry 

John 

Birne, Alice 

Bryan 

Maud 



Black, Patrick 
Sibill 



Blacke, Lady Elinor 
Blak, Robert 
Blake, Andrew 

Ann 

Anthony 

Bridget 

Edward 

Dame Elinor 

Francis 

Henry 

John 

Katherine 

Lady 

Marcus 

Martin 

MartinFitzAndrew 

Dame Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peter 



* Persons^: Fov the Index Locoruni to the Inrolments of the Connaught Certifi- 
cates, see Ibid, pp. 588-609. Some of the family names mentioned in these Inrolments 
were introduced for the first time into Connaught during the Cromwellian period. 



360 



APPENDIX. 



Blake, Richard 

Knt., Sir Richard 

Robert 

Sir Thomas 

Thomas 

Bart. Sir Valentine 

Walter 

Blood, Dean Neptune 

Bodkin, Alexander 

Widow of Alex- 
ander 

Ambrose 

Bridget 

Bryan 

Christian 

Christopher 

Dominick 

James 

James FitzEd- 

mond 

John 

Marcus 

Marriana 

— Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Richard 

Sisly 

Thomas 

Bolgier, Peter 

Boswel], John 

Bourk, Edmond 

Thomas 

Ullick 

Bourke, Agnes 

Bridget 

Bart., Sir David 

David 

Edward 

Edmond 

Elinor 

Henry 

Jennett 

George 

John 

John Reagh 

Margaret 

Dame Mary 

Mary 

Miles 



Bourke, Moyler 

Nicholas 

Bart., Sir Oliver 

Richard 

Rickard 

Thomas 

William 



Boytou, Edward 
Patrick 



Brabazon, Ellis 
William 



Brabson, William 
Branan, Brandan 
Brenan, Joan 

Mor 

Teige 

William 



Brenane, Nicholas 
Briscoe, William 
Broody, Constance 
Brody, Dermot 
Moylan 



Browne, Andrew 

Andrew Fitz- 

Dominick 

Anthony 

Augustine 

— Dominick 

Sir Dominick 

Knt., Sir Domi- 
nick 

Edmond 

Edward 

Edward Fitz- 

Edmond 

Francis 

Geoffry 

George 

Gerrald 

— Giles 

Widow Giles 

Gregory 

Harry 

Ignatius 

James 

Jefferey 

J effrey 

Jennett 

John 

Julian 



Browne, Katherine 

Marcus 

Margaret 

Matin 

Mathew 

Nicholas 

Nicholas Fitz- 

W alter 

— Oliver 

Stephen 

— Thomas 

Valentine 

Walter 



Bryan, Bryan 

Unah 

More 



Bryen, Una 
Bryue, Francis 
Burford, Sisly 
Burk, Bonaventure 

Evelin 

John 

Miles 

Richard 

Ulick 



Burke, Alice 

Gate 

Sir Edmond 

Edmond 

Edmond Mac- 
Shane 

Elinor 

Elizabeth 

Feagh 

Garrett 

Giles 

Henry Roe 

Honora 

James 

John 

Jonack 

Katherine 

Lord Viscount 

Margaret 

Dame Mary 

Miles 

Mary 

Miles (2) 

Moyler Mc Harry 

Nicholas 



CONNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 



361 



Burke, Onnor 

Widow Onora 

Patrick 

— — Kedmond 

Eichard 

Richard McJonack 

— — Richard Mac- 
WilKam 

Widow Sarah 

Sisly 

Thomas 

Tibbot FitzUllick 

Ulick 

Bart., Sir Ulick 

Ulhck 

WilUam 

Burton, Samuel 
Butler, Edmond 

Edward 

Elice 

Ellen 

James 

Jane 

John 

Mary 

Mary (2) 

More 

Peirce 

Pierce 

Eichard 

Theobald 

Thomas 

William 

Buttler, Thomas 
Byrne, Barnaby 

Garrett 

Cahill, Daniel 

Michael 

Callanane, Denis 
Callenane, Henry, (Ex- 
ecutors of) 
Camell, John 

Thomas 

Cannavan, Nicholas 
Cant well, Michael 
Carlingford, Earl of 

Nicholas, Earl 

Carre, Knt., Sir George 
Carrell, Mary 
Carrigy, Teige 



Carroll, Daniel 

Donnogh 

Donogh 

John 

Keane 

Mahony 

Owen 

Cashin, Richard 
Cavana, Charles 
Ceely, Thomas 
Ch alienor, Francis 

Henry 

John 

Cheevers, Joune 

John 

Walter 

Clancey, George 
Clanchy, Catherine 

John 

Katherine 

Clanfart, Bishop of 
Clanrickard, Earl of 

— W i 1 1 i a m, 

Earl of 
Clare, Bridget 
Daniel, Lord Vis- 
count 

Lord 

Lord Viscount 



Comyn, Barbara 
Comyne, John 

Lawrence 

Margaret 



Concannon, Daniel 

Hugh 

Sisly 

William 



Coney, Thomas 
Connell, Mawrice 
Patrick 



Connoghan, Patrick 
Thomas 



Connor, Laugheene 

Loghlin 

Margaret 



Clarke, Denis 

Cloane, James 

Clonfert, Bishop of 

Clonmorris, Lady Kath- 
erine Dowager 

Clonneknowen, Dean of 

Clooneemknowne, 
Dean of 

Clynch, William 

Coffey, Daniel 

Coghlan, Francis 

Mathew 

Coghlane, Francis 

Mary 

College, Dublin, Pro- 
vost of 

CoUenane, Florence 

Nicholas 

Colley, Gerrard 

Comin, John Fitz- 
Andrew 



Conny, James 

Conry, Bryan 

John 

Maurice 

Miles 

Paddyn 

Cooper, John 

Cork, Richard, Earl of 

Cormick, Eleu 

Michael 

Corr, Pierce 

Thomas 

Costello, Miles 

Thomas 

Costellow, Charles 

Costy, James 

Coyle, Edmond 

Michael 

Crainesborough, Mar- 
quis 

Peter 

Cratty, Hugh 

Creagh, Francis 

John 

Michael 

Alderman Peirce 

Pierce Fitz- 

Andrew 

Crean, Andrew 

Juleau 

Margaret 

Creane, Christopher 

Crofton, Bart., Sir Ed- 
mond 



862 



APPENDIX. 



Crofton, Henry 
Cruice, Garrett 
Cuffe, Sir James 
-^ — James 

Capt. Thomas 

Cullen, William 
Cullin, Alice 

Thomas 

Cuncanon, James 
Cusaack, James 

John 

Laughlin 

Moore 

Cusacke, Nicholas 
Dabills, Elinor 
Dacey, James 
Daley, Donogh 

Hugh 

James 

John i 

— Teige 

Dallahide, Rowland 
Dalton, Garrett 
Daly, Charles 

Denis 

Dermot 

Donagh 

Donnogh 



Hugh 

John 

Margaret 

Mary 

Sisly 

Teige 

William 

Daniel, Cicelly 

Darby 

Hugh 

Katherine 

Daniell, Hugh 

Katherine 

Darcey, James 

John 

Darcy, Dominick 

James 

Jane 

John 

Julian 

— Margery 

Margaret 



Darcy, Martin 

Nicholas 

— Peter 

Kobert 

Stephen 

Thomas 

Baton, Walter 
Davaren, Constantine 

Hugh 

Thady 



Davis, Walter 
Davock, Ellis 

Richard 

Theobald 

Una 



Davoren, William 
Dea, Margaret Ny 
Dean, Thomas 
Deane, Dominick 

Stephen 

Thomas 



Delamar, William 
Deley, Dermott 

Donogh 

Paule 



Dellon, Garrett 
Dermott, Margaret 
Mary 



Devenish, Katherine 
William 



Devereux, Phillip 
Devoran, Ciprian 
Dickson, Robert 
Dillon, JBartholomew 
Catherine 



Christopher 

Col. Cory 



Edmond 

Ellis 

Garrett 

Gerald 



Gerrett 

Henry 

James 

John 

Lord 

Lord Viscount 

Lord Lucas 

Lucas, Lord Vis- 
count 



Dillon Luke 
Luke, Lord Vis- 
count 

Margaret 

Patrick 

— Peirce 

Redmond 

Richard 

Robert 

Rose 

Sisly 

Theobald 

Theobald John 

Thomas 

Tibbot 

Walter 

Dilloy, Lord Viscount 
Dixon, Robert 
Dodwell, Henry 
Dolan, Eveline 
— John 



Dolphin, William 
Donelan, Edmond 

Frances 

James 

John 

Margaret 

Nicholas 

Donnellau, Edmond 
John 



Donnellane, Edmond 

EHzabeth 

James 

James (2) 

John 

John (2) 

Laughlin 

Sisly 



Donnelland, Laghlin 
Donogher, Margaret 
William 



Donolane, John 
Donolan, Sisly 
Doogan, Denis 
Dooleing, Elinor 
Doude, Teige Reagh 
Dowdall, Dorothy 

Laurence 

Sir Luke 

— Mathew 



CONNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 



368 



Dowd, Daniel 

Dowde, Miles 

Do well, Edmond 

Tirlogh 

Dowle, Alexander 

Allen 

— '■ James 

Dowling, Farrell 

Murtagh 

Downing, Robert 

Drew, John 

Droglieda, Alice, Coun- 
tess Dowager 

Drury, John 

Duffey, George 

Dulehanty, Roger 

Durey, John 

Dwiggin, Dermott] 

Eoger 

Dwigin, Rory 

Dwire, Edmond 

John 

Philip 

Dwyre, Katherine 

Phillip 

Eastwood, Alderman 

Eaton, John 

Simon 

— Theophilus 

Egan, Car bury 

Constantino 

Cormuck 

Daniel 

— — Eganin MacCar- 
bury 

Feiagh 

Flan 

James 

John 

Rose 

Teige 

Una 

Elliott, Thomas 
Elphin, Lord Bishop of 
Elwood, Edward 
Erwing, Edmond 

Sarah 

Eustace, Anne 

Cisly 

Francis 



Eustace, John 

Martha 

Everard, Patrick 

Bart., Sir Red- 
mond 

Sir Richard 

Eyre, John 

Eyres, John 

Fahy, Mortagh 

Roger 

Fallin, John 

Fallon, Andrew 

Anthony 

Bryan 

Cisly 

Colla 

Dermott 

Dominick 

Edmond 

Jennett 

John 

Laughlin 

Margaret 

Mary 

Onora 

Roger 

Rory 

Teige 

— Una 

William 

Fanning, Edward Fitz- 
Francis 

Michael 

Nicholas, Alder- 
man 

Thomas Fitz- 

Clement 

— Thomas Fitz- 

Patrick 

• William 

Farrell, Cisly 
Faghny 



Ircell (or Iriel) 

John 

Lewis 

Mary, Widow 

Rose 

Saragh 

Ferris, George 
Murrogh 



Fingall, Maball, Coun- 
tess Dowager 
Fissher, Richard 
Fitz-Gerald, Ann 

Edward 

James 

Margaret 

Thomas 



Fitz.Gerrald, Elizabeth 

Garrett 

George 

James 

John 

Lady 

Peirce 

— Robert 

Sisiley 

Fitz-Gibbon, Gibbon 
Fitz-Harris, Anastae (or 
Anastace) 

Robert 

Fitz-Morrice, Edmond 

Garrett 

Gibbon 

Dame Lucy 

Richard 

Fitz-Patrick, Jeffry 

Walter Joes 

Fitz-Walter, John Joes 
Flahertie, Roger 
Flanegan, Margaret 

Bridget 

Dermott 



Fleming, Thomas 
Flin, Col. 
Flyn, Collum 

Dudly 

Feaghra 

Laughlin 

Font, Onora 
Teige 



Foote, Thomas 
Forstall, Edmond 
Peter 



Foster, Francis 
Forster, John 
Fowles, Thomas 
Freena, James 
Thomas 



Frena, James 



364 



APPENDIX. 



Frena, Thomas 
French, Agnes 

Ann 

Anthony 

Anthony Fitz- 

Peter 

Arthur 

Bartholomew 

Catherine 

Christopher 

Dominick 

Dominick Fitz- 

Dominick 

Edward 

Elizabeth 

Evelin 

Dame Evelin 

Frederick 

George 



Henry FitzPeter 

Ignatius 

James 

Jane 

Jasp 

Jasper 

Jeffry 

■ Jeoffry 

Jo 



Joane 

John 

John FitzDom- 

inick 

John FitzStephen 

— — Marcus 

Margaret 

Mary 

Mathew 

Nell 

Nicholas 

Sir Oliver 

Patrick 

Patrick Fitz- 

Robert 

Robert 

Eobuck 

Rowland 

Stephen F i t z- 

Patrick 

Susana 

Thomas 



French, Valentine 

Walter 

William Fitz- 

Dominick 
Gallanan, Daniel 
Galmoy, Edward Lord 

Viscount 
Gallway, Ellinor,Dame 

Sir James 

Sir Jeffry 



Gardner, Edward 
L. 



Garner, Edward 
Garven, Margaret 
Garvey, Henrey 

James 

John 

Nicholas 

Gegan, Daniel 
Geoghagan, Hugh 
Geoghan, Margaret 
Geoghegan, Art 

Conly 

Edward 

Giles 

Hugh 

Kedogh 

— Richard 

Rose 

Thomas 



Gernon, Bridget 

Edward 

Ellis 

George 

Joane 

Patrick 

Usla 

Gibbon, Eleanor 

Gilleduffe 

Mary 

Morish 

Rickard 

Gilehoody ( ) 
Glin, Ceely 

— Wilham 



Goodwin, Bryan 
Gore, Knt., Sir Arthur 

Bart., Sir Arthur 

Knt., Sir Francis 

Gorman, Katherine 



Gorman, Sivan 

Thomas 

Gormully, Ceely 
Gough, Edward 
Thomas 



Gould, Beale 
Edward 



Grace, Oliver 
Grady, Elinor 

James 

Mary 

Thomas 

Griffin, Edward 
Groome, William 
Gallopatrick,* Dermott 
Gullopatrick, Slany Ny 

Donogh 
Hackett, Thomas 
Haiees, John 
Hale, Jeremiah 

Magdelene 

Hall, Joane, Widow 
Hallarane, Maurice 
Hallaron, Dermot 
Haly, Margaret 
Hamilton, William 
Handcock, William 
Hauin, Murtagli 

Nicholas 

Hanley, Edward 

Fitz-Gillegrome 

Hugh 

Margaret 

Catherine 

Daniel 

Hugh 

— — John 

Una 

Hannie, Murtagh 
Hannin, Hugh 

Murtagh 

Hannine, Mary 
Hanrahan, Bryan 
Harrisson, Mary 

Margaret 

Haslop, Francis 

Mary 

Hawes, John 
Hearn, John Oge 
Hearne, Edmond 



* Oalhpatricl: : This sirname and that of ■•Gullopatrick" have b^en modernizecl 



CONNAtlGHT CERTIFICATES. 



S6g 



Hearne, Ellisli 

Jolm 

Mary 

Heffernan, James 
Hehir, Edmond Oge 

Silvester 

Henesy, William 
Henessy, Philip 
Hickey, Honorahy 

James 

Margaret 

Roger 

Hickman, Dexy 

Thomas 

Hicky, Daniel 

Morish 

Higgin, Edmond 

Elenor 

Giles 

Henry 

John 

— William 

Higgius, John 
Hill, WilHam 
Hinde, George 

— William 

Hodsor, Eichard 
Hogan, Edmond 

Honora 

Murtagh 

Patrick 

Holcroft, Honora 

Richard 

Holder, Henry 

John 

Holmes, Sir Robert 
Horan, Cornelius 

John 

Roger 

Hore, John 

Katheriue 

Mary 

Mathew 

Hope, Alexander 
Hopkins, Edmond 

Richard 

Hovendeu, Austaca 
Hovendon, Alexander 

Ehnor 

Huges, Mary 



Hughs, Mary 
Hurd, Mary 
Hurley, John 

Maurice 

Hurly, Sir Morris 
Hussey, Robert 
Hussy, Robert 
Ibrick, Lord of 
Ibrickan, Lord of 
Igod, Charles 
Ikerin, Pierce, 

Visct. 
Inchiquin, Earl 

Murrogh, Earl 

William, Earl 



Lord 



Ingoldsby, Sir Henry 
Inshiquin, Eaii 
Irwin, Robert 
Ivers, Henry 
Ivors, Henry 
Jackson, Oliver 
Joes, John FitzWalter 

Walter FitzPatrick 

Jones, Oliver 

Roger 

Jonnine, Redmond 
Jordan, Henry Fitz- 
. William 

— Conn Oge 

Henry 

William 

Joyce, James 

Katherine 

Marcus 



— Marcus FitzMartin 

— Martin 

— Richard 



Kealy, James 

Thomas 

William 

Keardiffe, Symou 
Keateing, Joane 
Keating, Laurence 

Morish 

Kelley, Sisley 
Kelly, Ambrose 
Anabell 



Kelly, Bryan MacShane 

Carbery 

Christopher 

Cisly 

Clashmony 

Coll 



— Bryan 

- — Bryan MacMur- 

tadi 



Comor Grana 

Connor 

Con Oge 

Cornelius 

— — Daniel 

Daniel MacRory 

Donnagh 

Edmond 

Elizabeth 

Evellin 

Fardoragh 

Feagh 

Farnagh 

Fedagh 

Fergus 

Francis 

Hubert 

Hugh 

Hugh MacDermott 

Oge 
James 

Joane 

Jo. 

John 

John MacBryau 

John MacJohu 

Col. John 

Kat. 

Katherine 

Kedagh 

Laughlin 

Loughlin 

Laurence 

Malaghleu 

Mary 

Mathew 

McLaughlin 

Owen 

Owen Roe 

Owney 

Richard 

Roger 

Rory 

Rose McTeige 



366 



Appendix. 



Kelly, Saragli 
Sarah 

Sisly 

Teige 

Thomas 

Tirlogh MacCon 

— — William 

Captain William 

Kenuedy, Daniel 

Dermott 

— — — Donogh 

Edmond 

George 

Onora 



Kenedy, John 

Eoger 

— William 

Kent, Andrew 
Keogh, Anable 

Donogh 

Edmond 

— Francis 

Hugh 

Joane 

John 

Katherine 

Margaret 

Mary 

Redmond 

Rose 

Keoghy, John 
Kerrin, Donnogh 

Teige 

Kervan, Francis 

James 

John 

Marcus, Junr. 

Marcus. Sen. 

Mary 

Peter 

Killallow(Killala), 

John, Lord Bishop of 
Killalowe, Bishopp of 
Killeter, Mary 
Killkelly, Bryan 

Flan 

■ John 

Kilmacdonoagh, Dean 

of 
Killnaduagh, Deaue of 



King, James 

Robert 

Knt., Sir William 

Kingston, Robert, Lord 

Baron 
Kingstones ( ) 
Kirrowan, Martin 
Kirowan, Martin 
Kirvon, Richard 
Kirwan, Alexander 

Andrew 

Anthony 

Christopher 

Edmond 

— Edward 

Joane 

John 

Marcus 

Martin 

— Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peter 

Richard 

Robert 

Thomas 

William 



Lacy, Robert 

Walter 

William 



Laffan, Andrew 
Lally, Elizabeth 

Thomas 

Ursula 



Lambert, John 
Lanesborough, George, 
LordViscount 
Lord 



Lanesborrough, Lord 
Lanisburrow, Lord Vis- 
count 
Lawrance, John 
Lawrence, Cisly 

Edward 

John 

Joseph 

Mary 

Peter 

W^alter 

Ledwich, Nicholas 



Ledwitch, Anne, Widow 

Katherine 

Richard 

Lee, Henry 
Leonard, John 
Lesson, Anne 
Lestrange, Thomas 
Lewes, Edward 
Lewin, Thomas 
Lewis, George 
Lewlock, Dominick 
Leynes, Alexander 
Robert 



Linch, Andrew 

Ehzabeth 

George 

John 



Joane 

Julian 

Katherine 

Marcus 



Mathew 

Patrick 

Sisly 

Thomas 



Littler, Thomas 
Long, Christopher 

Dermott 

Katherine 



Margaret 

Longford, Francis, Earl 
of 

William 

Lorcan, Augustine 
Lovelace, Thomas 
Lovelake, Dominick 
Lovelase, Thomas 
Lovelock, Dominick 
Lovell, James 
Low, George 

Isriel 

Sarah 



Lowth, Mary, Lady 
Baroness 

Oliver, Lord 

Baron 

Lucas, Benjamine 

Lurkan, Roger 

Lynch, Ambrose 

Anne 



OOiJNAUaHT CERTIFICATES. 



ae? 



Lynch, Anthony 

Arthur 

Bridge tt 

Christean 

Dominick 

— — — Edmond 

Edmond Fitz- 

Peter 

Edward 

Dame Elinor 

Elise 

Dame Ellis 

Gregory 

Bart. Sir Harry 

Sir Henry 

Bart. Sir Henry 

Ignatius 

Isidore 

Issidore 

James 

Jeunett 

John 

John Fitz Jeffery 

July an, widow 

Julyan 

Marcus 

Marcus Fitz- 

Nicholas 

Margaret 

Mark 

Mary 

Mary, widow 

Mary (2) 

Dame Mary 

Maurice 

Michael 

Nicholas 

Nicholas Fitz- 

Marcus 
Nicholas Fitz- 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peter 

Kobert 

Sir Eobert 

Eobuck 

Sir Robuck 

Bart. Sir Kobuck 

Stephen 

— — — Teresa 



Lynch, Thomas 

Ullick 

Walter 

William 

William Fitz- 

Peter 
Lysaght, Margaret 

Nicholas 

Patrick 



William 

Mackall, Kichard 
Macnemara, Hugh 
Syda 



Maddan, MacLaghlin 
Madden, Ambrose 

I3rasell 

Brassell 

Bryan 

Dermott 

John 

John Ni ( ) 

— Mary 

— Morgan 

Dr. Richard 

Maddin, Fergus 

Mary 

William 

Maginnis, Bryen 
Magennis, Elizabeth 
Magner, Eedmond 
Magrath, Bryan 

Donogh 

Edmond 

Ellis 

— Honora 

Marcus 

Margaret 

Eedmond 

Thomas 



Mahon, Barnaby 

Brian 

— Bryan 

Captain ( 

James 

Capt. Nicholas 



Malone, Edmond 
Maly, Bartholomew 
Mancfield, John 
Manin, Rose 
Thomas 



Manin, Tige 
Mannin, Donogh 
Thomas 



Manning, Honora 

Hugh 

Eose 



Margethson, Mary 
Martin, Ann 

Anthony 

Anstace 

Dominick 

Dominick Fitz- 

Peter 

Edmond 

Edmond Fitz- 

Dominick 

George 

Giles 

James 

Jeffery 

John 

Julian 

Katherine 

Maggin 

Margaret 

Mary 

Mathew 

Oliver 

Patrick 

— Peter 

Richard 

— Robert 

Sibill 

Thomas 



Martyn, Dominick 
Mason, Robert 
Mathewes, Erasmus 
Mays, Eleanor, Lady 
Viscount Dowager 

Lord 

Lord Viscount 

Miles, Lord Visct. 

Theobald, Lord 

Visct. 
Mc Andrew, Wilham 
McCae, Donnogh 

Donogh 

Mortagh 

— Murtagh 

McConuffe, James 



368 



APPENDIX. 



McCooge, Jeffry 

Jeffery 

Walter 

McCosty, Thomas 
McDallen, Jolm 
McDermott, Hugh 
McTeige, FitzRory 
McOwen, Grana 

Roger 

Roger Eoe 

Rory M'Owen 

Grana 

Terence 

McDonnell, Cahir 

Charles 

— James 

Bart., Sir James 

McDonnogh, Conn 
McDonogh, Daniel 

■ Mahon 

Oliver 

Turlogh 

McDowls ( ) 
McEnelly, Owen Beg 
McFynen, Donogh 

Elizabeth 

McGeunis, Anthony 

Brian 

McGneal, Roger 
McHooge, William 
McHugh, Thomas 
McKeigh, Auable 
McKeogh, Colla 
McMahon, Honora 

Mathew 

Murtagh 

Teige 

Terlogli 

Tirlagh 

Turlogh 

McManus, Cormick 
M'Namara, Amy 

Daniel 

Daniel Roe 

Edmond 

■ John 

Honorahy 



McNamarra, Honora 

Margaret 

Roger 



Teige 

McNamarra, Dames 
John 



McNemara, Donogh 

John 

Mahon 

Teige 



McNemarra, Daniel 

Donagh 

Donogh 

Florence 

John 

Honora 

Macon 

Thomas 

McPaden, Teige 
McRory, Daniel 
McRullpin, Edmond 

Walter 

McStephen, Patrick 
McTibbott, Walter 
Mead, Dominick 

Catherine 

Thomas 

Merrick, Andrew 

Andrew (2) 

Jasper 

Miller, Robert 
Mollowny, Joseph 
Monrath, Earl of 
Moore, Bridget 

Colonel 

Col. Garrett 

Garrett 

— Lawrence 

Melchier 

Richard 

William 

Moorehead, William 
Moran, David 

Dermott 

Morgan, Charles 

John 

Patrick 

Robert 

Morris, Margaret 
Morrish, Edmond 
Morrishy, Cily 

Daniel 

Morrissey, Katheriu 



Mountrath, Earl 
Muldoone, John 
Mulloy, Charles 

Hugh 

Neale 



Mulloony, Cornelius 
Mary 



Muloony, Patrick 
Mulony, Teige 
Muny, Julian 

Katherine 

Murphey, David 
Murphy, Edmond 
Naghten, John 

Kate 

Naughteene, ( ) 
Naughten, Bryan 

Donnogh 

Donogh 

Edmond 

ElHs 

Francis 

Henry 

L a u g h 1 i u 

Maule 
Mary 

Sarah 

Teige 

Thomas 



William 

McDaniel 
Nelan, jun., Edward 

William 

Nelane, Amy 

sen., Edward 

Elen 

Michael 

William 

Nelly, Sarah 

Nelson, Lieut.-Col. John 

Martha 



Nerhenny, Daniel 

Nettervill, Mary 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Dame Mary 



Newcomen,Dame Fran- 
ces 

Sir Thomas, 

Knt. 



CONNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 



369 



Nihill, David 
Nixou, James 
Nolan, Audrew 

Ann 

Gregory 

John 

— '■ Joseph 

Mary 

Nell 

Patrick 

Thomas 



Widow Mary 

Nolane, Mary 

Thomas 

Nortin, John 
Norton, Patrick 
Nugent, Anne 

Edmond 

James 

■ Jane 

John 

■ Margaret 

Mary 

Patrick 

Robert 

Thomas 

Oast, Susanna 
O'Bern, Donnogh 
O'Birn, Thady 
O'Birne, Donnogh 
O'Brien, Brien 

Dermott 

O'Bryan, Daniel 

Dermott 

Donnogh 

Francis 

— Mahon 

O'Bryen, Bryan 

Connor Fitz 

Donogh 

Dermott 

Donnagh 

Donnogh 



— Donogh 

— Garrett 
Mary 



O'Callaghan, Donogh 

Elen 

O'Connor, Anne 
■ Any 



O'Connor, Charles 

Connor 

. Cormock 

Daniel 

Dermott 

Hugh 

John 

Mary 

Roger 

• Teige 

Dea, Edmond 

John 

■ Michael 

O'Dowde, David 
O'Dwyre, Edmond Mc- 
John 

Edmd.McPhillip 

Philip 

O'Fahy, Teige 
O'Fallon, Edmond 

William 

Sisly 

O'Glissau, Connor 
0' Grady, Managh 
O'Hanly, Bryan Mc- 
Loughlin 

Gillernen 

McTumultagh 

Tumultagh 



O'Hanraghan, Edward 
O'Hehir, Edmond 

Hugh 

Mathew 

MurroQ-li 



O'Heyne, Bryan 

Edmond 

Farrao-h 



O'Hiue, Tirlagh 
O'Hogan, Ogan 
O'Kearney, Bryan 
O'Laughlin, Terlogh 
O'Loglilin, Donogh 

Fenola 

O'Lyne, Donnogh 
O'Madan, Daniell 
O'Madden, Daniel 
Douoo'h 



O'Mannyn, Hugh 

Huwh Oo-e 



O'Meara, Philip 



O'Morau, Daniel 

Giles 

O'Mullowny, Mary 
O'Neal, Henry 
O'Neale, Turlogh 
O'Neile, Henry 
O'Neill, John 
Ormond, James, Duke of 

Duke of 

Ormsbey, Knt., Sir 

Edward 
Elinor 

George 

John Fitz- 

Oliver 

Thomas 

Ormsby, Christopher 

Knt. Sir Edward 



George 

John 

■ Phillip 

Richard 

Robert 

Tliomas 



O'Rorke, Bi-yen 
O'Roughan, Donogh 

Teige 

Osbaldeston, John 

EHzabeth 

O'Shaghnessey, Charles 

Sir Dermott 

Roger 

Shane 

O'Sheile, Rory 
Peirce, Dudly 

Deane Dudly 

Pendergast, James 

Jefi'ry 

Katherine 

Margaret 

Richard 

• Robert 

Thomas 

Walter 

William 

Willm. Mc- 

Jonah 
Willm. Mc- 

Eickard 
Perry, Ambrose 



370 



APPENDIX. 



Pettell, Robert 
Philbin, Edmond 

Eichard 

Walter 

Pierce, Eev. Dudley 

Dudly 

Pilly, Peter 
Plunkett, Christopher 

George 

Henry 

Luke 

Sir Nicholas 

Oliver 

Patrick 

Richard 

Robert 

Pollepfin, Katheriue 
Pollet, Sarah 
Pollett, Sarah 
Pollexfin, Katherine 
Pollexfius, Katherine 
Pollexphen, Katherine 
Poore, David 
Porter, John 
Pour, James 
Power, David 

Edmond 

Edward 

Ellin 

George 

James 

James Fitz William 

Jeoffrey 

Margaret 

Moi'ish 

Peirce 

Peter 

Richard 

Thomas 

Powerscourt, Foliott, 
Lord Viscount 

Folliott, Lord 

Viscount 
Purcell, Bridget 
Mary 



Pursell, Edmond 
Garrett 



Peirce 

Phihp 

Redmond 

Thomas 

Purdon, George 



Quin, James 
Thady 



Quirle, John 
Ramm, Andrew 
Ranalagh, Lord 

Richard, Lord 

Viscount 
Rawley, Ellis 
Reddan, John 
Marsfaret 



ReynelljKnt. vSir Richard 
Reynolds, Anne 

William 

Humphrey 



Rice, Beale 

Christian 

James 

John 



Eioge, Mary 
Eoch, James 
Eochford, John 

Mary 

Robert 



Roddery, Charles 
Rooth, David 

Robert 

Roscarrock, Col. Ed- 
ward 
Rullpin, Richard 
Rush, Mary 
Thomas 



Ryan, Anthony 
Charles 

Connor 

Connor McMahon 

Cormack 

Cormuck 

Daniel 

Darby 

Donagh 

Francis 

Honora 

James 

John 

McLaughlen 

Morgan 

Philip 

Philip ]\IcMahon 



Ryan, Teige 

William 

William McTeige 



Eyane, William 
Sail, Joseph 
Sands, William 
Sarsfield, Elizabeth 

Michael 

Robert 



Scardevill, James 
Jane 



Scurlock, Andrew 
Edmond 



Seele, Thomas 
Sexton, Francis 
Mary 



Shaghnassy, Daniel 

John 

Shaghnessie ( ) 
Shaghnessy, Charles 
John 



Shagnessy, Daniel 
John 



Shanley, Edmond 
William 



Shaughnessy, Charles 

Daniel Oge " 

Roger 

William 

William Oge 



Shawe, William 
Shaw, William 

Capt. William 



Shea, John 
Richard 



Shearebrill, Jameship 
Shee, Edmond 

Richard 

Robert 

Robert FitzHenry 

Shell, Peter 
Sheile, James 

Jone 

Tirlogh 

WilHam 

Shortall, Peirce 
Simpson, Matliew 
Skahell, Rose 
Skardevill, James 
— Joane 



CONNAUGHT CERTIFICATES. 



871 



Skeardvill, James 
Skeltou, Stephen 
Skerrett, Austas 

Cbristick 

Dominick 

Edmond 

— ■■ Francis 

John 

Martin 

Mary 

Peter 

William 

Skesel, Martin 
Skreig, William 
Slane, Anne, Baroness 

Dowager 
Christopher, Lord 

Baron of 
Slingsby, Sir Henry 

Knt., Sir Henry 

Smith, Charles 

Thomas 

Spencer, William 
Spring, Edward 

Walter 

St. George, Captain 
Arthur 

Sir George 

Bart., Sir Oliver 

St. Leger, Capt. John 

William 

Stackpole,Bartholemew 
Stafford, Patrick 

William 

Stakpole, Bartholemew 
Stanton, George 
Stephenson, Elizabeth 
Stoaks, Nicholas 
Stock, Richard 
Stotesbury, Eichard 
Strange, Paul 

Richard 

Streitch, Beale 
Stritch, Nicholas 

Patrick 

Suttow, Joane 
Sutton, John 
Swanwick, Gabriel 
Swanton, Margaret 
Michael 



Sweny, John 

Mary 

Swiney, Hugh 
Swiny, John 

Mary 

Taafe, Elizabeth 
Taaffe, Mrs. Elizabeth 

EHzabeth 

Jenice 

John 



Taffe, Elizabeth 
Talbot, James 

Jane 

John 

Bart. Sir William 



Talbott, Bernard 

Edward 

Lady Grace 

Hellen 



George 

James 

Richard 

Robert 

Bart. Sir Robert 

Sarah 



William 

Tanning, Dominick 
Taylor, Walter 
Temple, Knt., Sir John 
Thomond, Earl of 

Right Honble. 

Earl 
Henry, Earl 



Thompson, Maurice 
Thoomond, Earl 
Thornton, George 
Tirrell, Christopher 

Edward 

Thomas 



Tobin, Davide 

Edmond 

James 

John 

Eichard 

Thomas 



Tobyn, Elinor 

James 

Thomas 



Trench, Frederick 
Trimblestown, Eobert, 

Lord Baron 
Trinity College, Dublin, 

Provost of 
Tuam, Archbishop of 
Bishop of 



Tuame, Lord Bishop of 
Tuite, Bridgett 

Jane 

Capt. William 

Tully, Agnes 

Dermott 

— — Fynin 

James 

Katherine 

Marke 

Tyrell, Edward 

Mable 

Patrick 

William 

Verdon, Patrick 
Wadding, John 
Richard 



Walcott, Thomas 
Wale, John 

Walter 

Wall, John 
Walle, John 
Wallis, George 

John 

Katherine 



Walter 

Towker, William 



Ward, Bryan 

John 

Weldon, Patrick 

William 

Welsh, Margaret 
Whaley, John 
White, David 

Hem-y 

James 

Jamett 



Jennett 

Dame Joane 

John 

Lawrence 

Margaret 

Nicholas 

Nicholas Fitz- 

Dominick 



372 

White, Nicholas Fitz- 
Nicholas 

Peirce 

Sisly 

Thomas 

William 

Williams, Mary 
Wilson, Thomas 



Woffer, Richard 
Woodlock, Austace 

Elen 

Katherine 

Mary 

Wybrants, Alderman 

Peter 
Wycomb, Christopher 



Wycombe, Christopher 

= John 

Marcus 



Yeeden, John 

Thomas 

Yorke, William 



End of the lurolments of the Connaught Certificates. 



10.— THE "FOETY-NINE" OFFICEES. 

Inrolments of the Adjudications" in favour of the (a.d.) 1649 Officersf 
(formerly denommated " The '49 Lots ") : Preserved in the Office of the 
Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer, Dublin. — See Records of Ireland, 
Marked <' 1821-1825," pp. 610-637. 



Abbott, Richard 
Abercromby, Quarter- 
master John 
Abercromy, Quarter- 
master John 
Abraham, Lieutenant 
Richard 

Lieut. Tliomas 

Ackinston, Jonathan 
Acklaud, Baldwin 
Adaire, Major Alex. 

Capt. Andrew 

Capt. Andrewe 

Capt. James 

Lieut. Robert 

Sir Robert 

Esq., William 

Cornet William 

Adaires, Capt. James 
Adam, Quartermaster 
Adams, Benj amine 

Bryan 

Ensign John 



Adams, Robert 

Thomas 

Widow 

Addam, Robert 
Adderly, George 
Addis, John 

Lieut. John 

Aderley, George 
Aderly, George 

Thomas 

Aderson, Edward 
Adye, Lieut. Thomas 
Agard, Edmoud 
Aglily, Nicolas 
Aghmoty, Cornet John 
Agnew, Cornet Alex. 

Major James 

John 

Albemarle, George,Duke 
of 

Lord Duke of 

Alcer, Thomas 
Alders, Samuel 



Aldritch, Kobert 
Aldworth, Lieut. -Col. 

Richard 
Ale, James 
Alefrey, Paul 
Alfrey, Paul 
Algoe, Ensign Robert 
Aliher, Thomas 
Allen, Ensign Daniel 

Edward 

Quartermaster 

John 

Lawrence 

Mary 

Eobert 

Captain Robert 

Thomas 

William 

All ward, John 
Allwin, junr., William 
Aimer, Thomas 
Alven, sen., William 
Alvin, sen., William 



* Adjudicutionfi : These Adjiulicatioiis refer to the Arrears of the Commissioned 
Officers who served Charles II., or Charles I., in the Wars of Ireland, before the 5th 
day of June, 1649. 

The Index Locorum to those Inrolments is given at pp. r;3S-(j47 of the " l^eeords 
of Ireland," above mentioned. 

t Officers : The hish origin of many of those OtKcers can Le seen in the Third 
Edition of our "Irish Pedigree.s." 



THE '^ FORTY-NINE OFFICERS. 



373 



Alweu, sen,, William 
Anderson, Alexander 
Andrewes. Lieutenant 

Eicliard 
Andrews, Lieut, John 

Ensign Richard 

Angier, Lord 
Anglesey, Arthur,Earl of, 
Annesley, John 
Annesly, John 
Anthers, Oliver ' 

Aphughes, Lieut. Fran-i 

cis ! 

Apleyard, Sir Mathew j 
Appleyard, Sir Mathew I 

Knt., Sir 

Mathew 
Archbold, Ensign Joseph 

William 

Archdale, Capt. Wm. 
Archdeacon, John 
Archdecon, John 
Archer, Thomas 
Arglasse, the Earl of 
Arland, Richard 
Armstrong, John 

Quartermaster 

Eobert 

— Capt. Thomas 

Sir Thomas 

Arnett, Capt. James 
Arnold, William 

Capt. William 

Arnult, Capt. James 
Arran, Kichard, Earl of 
Arsdeacon, Pierce 
Arthur, Doctor 
Thomas 

( ) , 

Arthure, Patrick 

Ascue, Capt. Thomas 

Ash, Anne 

Mr. John 

— Thomas 

1 Ashley, Major Robert 
Ashwell, Cornet John 
Askin, Lieut. David 

Ensign Symon 

Aslou, Edward 
Capt. Edward 



j Aslon, Thomas 
I Aswell, John 
Atchison, Col. Wm. 
I Athboy, The Corpora 

tion of 
^ Atheuree, The Corpora 
j tion of 
Athmotty, John 
Athy, Walter 
Atkins, Capt. John 
Atkinson, John 

— Jonathan 

Robert 

Col. William 

Attwell, Joseph 
Audley, Lieut, James 
Augustine, Capt. George 

John 

Capt. John 

Auliffe, John 
Aungier, Henry 
Austan, Christopher 
Axtell, Elisha 
Ayle, William 
Aylmore, Garrett 
Aylward, John 

Paul 

Sir Peter 



Babe, Christopher 

of Derver 

of Dervor 

Backner, John 
Backnor, John 
Badnedge, Thomas 

Lieut. -Col. 

Thomas 
Bagaly, Humphrey 
Baggott, William 
Bagnall, Geo. Marshall 

Thomas 

Bagshaw, Nicholas 
Baiard, Lieut. Wm. 
Baily, John 

John (Clothier) 

John (Vintner) 

Baine, John 
Baker, Benjamin 

Capt. John 

Baldwin, Cornet 
John 



Baldwin, Capt. John 
Balfore, Ensign Wm. 
Ball, Richard 
Ballagh, Teige 
Ballard, Morrys 

Norry 

Norrys 

Lieut. William 

Ballenton, Lieut. Adam 
Balls, Eichard 
Bamblett, William 
Bancroft, John 
Banister, Capt. Henry 

Ensign Henry 

Lieut. John 

Banks, Ralph 
Bannister,Col. Peregrine 
Barber, John 

Mary 

Bargrane, John 
Barker, Francis 

Capt. Philip 

William 



Barloe, William 
Barlow, Ealph 
Barnard, Capt. John 

• Lieut. John 

Richard 



Barnes, Tobias 
Barnestable, Quarter- 
Master Charles 
Barnewell, John 

of Bremore 

Barrett, Sir Andrew 

Giles 

James 

Sir James 

John 

Mrs. 

Eichard 

Sir William 

Barrington, Alexander 
Barron, Jeoffrey 
Lieut. Walter 



Barry, David 

Edmond 

Ellen 

Ensign Gilbert 

James 

John 



374 



APPENDIX. 



Barry, Richard 1 

Thomas I 

William 

Barrymore, Earl of 

Richard, Earl of 

Barnstable, Quarter- 
Master Charles 
Bartlett, Capt. John 

Capt. Thomas [ 

Barton, James 

Ensign James 

Thomas 

Barzy, Thomas 
Bashford, Richard 
Baskervill,Capt.Francis 
Bason, Henry 
Bassett, Eichard 

Aid. Richard 

Bate, Richard 
Bates, Zachary 
Bath, Bartholemew 

James 

John 

Katherine 

Robert 

( ) 

Bathm'st, Henry 

Jeane 

Batten, Capt. Thomas 
Bayes, Edmond 
James 

Bayly, Christopher 

Lieut. Alexander 

Captain 

— -— Lieut. Edward 

Henry 

Captain John 

John (Clothier) 

Major 

Col. Robert 

Serjeant 



Bazill, William 

William, Esq. 

Beacher, Thomas 
Beadle, Capt. Ambrose 
Beaghan, Peter 

Peter, Esq. 

William 

Beard, Richard 
Thomas 



Beare, Lieut. Richard 

Richard ' 

Thomas 

Bearsly, William 
Bedborrough, Thomas 
Bedlue, Elinor , 

Beecher, Lionel 

Thomas 

Begg, of Borrestown 

John I 

I Walter I 

] ( ) of Borres- 

town 

Belcher, Robert 

Belford, Major Michael 

Beling, Mr. 

Bell, William 

Bellay, John 

Major John 

Bellers, Samuel 

Bellew, Ensign Benjn. 

Bellingham, Sir Daniel 

Belsherre, Anthony 

Benagh, Ulick 

Bennett, Christofer 

Christopher 

Edmond 

Edward 

Francis 

George 

— Katherine 

Marcus 

— — — Mary 

Mr. 

Cornet Richard 

Thomas 

— Capt. Thomas 

Bennis, Thomas 

William 

Benson, Richard 

— Thomas 

Bent, Richard 

Capt. Richard 

Bentley, Edward 

— James 

Benton, Buckenham 

Berkeley, Lord John 

Berkly, Lord John 

Bermingham, the Lord 

Bernard, Cornet John 



Bernard, Lieut. John 

Adjt.Gen.Phillip 

Cornet Phillip 

Quartermaster 

Bernwell, John 
Bessett, Aid, Richard 
Bessick ( ) 
Best, Cornet John 
Beswick, Captain 
Betsworth, Capt. Arthur 
Bettsworth, Elizabeth 

— Richard 

i Betty, Lieut. John 
Bevan, William 
Biggart, Ensign John 
Biggert, John 
Billingham, Sir Daniel 
Billingsley, Edward 

— Major Edward 

Ensign Henry 

— Lieut. John 

Capt. William 

Billingsly, Lieutenant 
Edward 

— Lieut. Robert 

Samuel 



Bingham, Collegtines 
Collestine 



Bingly, Capt. John 
Major 



Bird, John 

Capt. Walter 

Birmingham, Lord 
Birne, Brane, of Kilty- 
mon 

Garrett 

Quartermaster 

Garrett 

George 

of Ardinary, George 

James 

John 

Teige Oge 

Bisbane, Ensign James 
Bispall, Walter 

Bith, Major John 
Black, John 

Peter 

Sir Thomas 

Blackar, Ferdinando 



THE " FOBTY-NINE "' OFFICERS. 



375 



Blackar, George 
Blacke, Sir Valentine 
Blacker, Ensign Ferdi- 
nando 

Ensign George 

— Richard 

Blackney, of Rickinli 

( ) 

Blake, Christopher 

Dominick 

Geffry 

Henry 

Jeffry 

Jeoffrey 

John 

Marcus 

Martin 

Nicholas 

Sir Richard 

Knt., Sir Richard 

Robert 

Esq., Robert 

Sir Thomas 

Valentine 

Walter 

Sir Walter 

William 

Sir William 

Blanch, William 
Blaney, Edward 

Henry, Lord 

Capt. Richard 

Blayre, Major Robert 
Blenerhassett, Arthur 

Capt. Arthur 

Philhp 

Blewett, Bartholemew 

Dominick 

John 

Blith, Major John 
Blood, Joshua 
Bluett, Barth. 

James 

Kobert 

Blundell, Sir Arthur 

Capt. Charles 

Sir George 

Blundevill, Richard 
Blunt, Col. Charles 
Major George 



Blunt, John 

Mrs. Valentine 

Boate, Anthony 
Bobyer, Martin 
Boddington, Alex. 
Bodkin, Alex. 

Andrew 

Christopher 

David 

Dominick 

Edmond 

— Emond Oge 

George 

James 

John 

Jonack 

Jouock 

Lawrence 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Patrick Oge 

— Richard 

Kobert 

Thomas 

Bodwills, Capt. Thomas 
Bolan, Jasper 

Leonard 

Bol^s, Eichard 

Bollard, John 
Bolton, Major Carroll 

Lieut. Daniel 

Lieut. ■ Colonel 

Daniel 

— James 

Richard 

Thomas 

Bolyob, Surgeon John 
Bond, John 
Booker, Col. John 

— Capt. Thomas 

Boone, Ensign William 
Booth, Robert 

Robert, Esq. 

Boreman, Major Francis 
Borlace, Sir John, sen. 
Knt., Sir John 



Bottsworth, Peter 
Boughton, Lieut. Daniel 
Boulton, Thomas 
Bourk, Widow 
Bourke, Redmond 

— Eichard 

— — — Thomas 

Lieut. Thomas 

Tobias 

Ensign Walter 

— Widow 

Bowden, John 
Bowen, Lieut. Mathew 
Bowerman, Edward 
Bowler, James 

John 

Thomas 



Borr, John 

Margaret 



Borrage, Henry 
Bostock, Ensign George 



Bowles, Richard 

Thomas 

Bowner, John 

Capt. John 

Boy, James 
Boyce, Mr. 

Nathaniel 

Boyd, Adam 

Lieut. Adam 

Quarter-Master 

Adam 
— — Capt. Archbold 

George 

Major George 

Ensign Gilbert 

Robert 

Boyde, Adam 

Thomas 

Boyer, Martin 
Boyes, Sir John 

Knt. Sir John 

Boyle, Lieut. James 

John 

Michael 

Robert 

, as Capt. of Foot, 

Robert 

Lieut. Robert 

Dame Una 

Boyler, Richard 
Boys, Sir John 
Boyse, Sir John 
Boyton, Alex. 



376 



APPENDIX. 



Boy ton, Edmond 

Edward 

George 

• John 

Patrick 

Pierce 

Robert 

Stephen 

Brabasou, Anthony 
Bradon, Major Andrew 
Bradston, Wilham 
Bradstone, Anthony 

Thomas 

Brady, George 

Hugh 

John 

Lieut. Nicholas 

Patrick 

Teige 

Thomas 

Braly, John 

Zachariah 

Zachary 

Bramble, Richard 
Brandell, Eichard 
Brander, Owen 
Brasier, Paul 
Brayne, Quarter Master 

Richard 
Brayver, James 
Brazier, Paule 
Brazill, Martin 
Breading, John Marshall 
Breck, Robert 
Brelsford, John 
Brenn, Capt. Henry 
Brereton, Robert 

Capt. Samuel 

Breretone, Robert 

William 

Brett, Edward 

William 

Brian, Francis 
Brice, Robert 

Esq., Robert 

Lieut. Eobert 

Briddea, Eichard 
Bridges, Anne 

Elizabeth 

Simon 



Bridges, Symon 

Capt. Symon 



Sir William 

Bridgett, Symon 
Bridgman, Henry 
Brien, Ensign 

John 

Capt. Henry 



Briun, Chaplain Theo- 
bald 
Brisbane, Ens. Andrew 

Capt. William 

Lieut. William 



Brisbeane, Ens. William 
Briscoe, Edward 
Thomas 



Bristant, William 
Briver, Francis 
Broadbye, William 
Brocas, Richard 
Brock, Elnathan 
Brockett,Lieut.Edmond 
Col. WilHam 



Broderick, Sir St. John 
Bromage.Capt. Thomas 
Brombey,Capt.Nicholas 
Bromby, Capt. Nicholas 
Bromley, Lieut. Thomas 
Bromly, Capt. Nicholas 
Brooke, William 
Brookes, Francis 
Brookman, Barth. 
Brough, Richard 

Robert 

Broughton, Capt. Ed- 
ward 

Col. Robert 

Brown, Robert 
Browne, AudreAV 

SurgeonAudrew 

Anthony 

Lieut. Charles 

Christopher 

Dominick Oge 

Sir Dominick 

Dominicke 

Edmond 

Edward 

Geffry 

George 



Browne, Gregory 

Honora 

Hugh 

Lieut. Hugh 

James 

Jane 

Jeoffrey,}Esq. 

Jeoft'ry 

John 

Lieut. John 

Sir John 

Katherine 

of Killpatrick 

The Lady 

Mabel 

Marcus 

Margery 

Mathew 

Nicholas 

Oliver 

Corporal Oliver 

Peter 

Phillip 

Richard 

Cax^t. Richard 

Lieut. Richard 

Robert 

Lieut. Samuel 

Samuel 

Thomas 

of Dublin, gent., 

Thomas 

Capt. - Lieut. 

Thomas 

— Walter 

William 

— Qr. -Master Wil- 
liam 

Widow 

Xpher. (Chris- 
topher) 

Brownloe, Richard 

Sir Wilham 

Bruise, Ens. George 

Brumly, Capt. Nicholas 

Brunewtt, Thomas 

Brunker, John 

Brunkert, Charles 

William, Lord 

Bryan, Abigail 



THE ''forty-nine" OFFICERS. 



377 



I3ryan, Francis 

Humphry 

John 

Patrick 

Wilham 

Bryeu, Col. Henry 
Bryne, Capt. Henry 
Bubb, Eoger 
Buccridge, Thomas 
Buchannan, Qr.-Mast. 

Wilham 
Buchauuon, Ens. Arch- 
bold 

Lieut. William 

Buckannou, John 

William 

Lieut. William 

Buckeridge, Thomas 
Buckett, Peirpoint 
Buclmor, Lieut. John 
Buckridge, Thomas 

Esq., Thomas 

B u c k w o r t h, M aj o r 

Richard 
Buddie, John 
Bull, John 

Qr. -Master Henry 

Bullock, Nath. 
Bulvertaffe, Thomas 
Bundell, Capt. Chas. 
Burchall, Richard 
Burden, Widow 
Burford, Nicholas 
Burgage, John 
Burgess. Capt. George 
Burgh, Capt. Robert 
Burlace, Kut., Sir John 
Burleigh, William 
Lieut.-Col. Wil- 
liam 
Burne, John 
Burnell, Christr. 

Henry 

Burniston, John 
Burrage, William 
Burrey, John 
Burrogh, Robert 
Burrowes, Alex. 

Andrew 

Ensign Edward 



Burrowes, Francis 

Henry 

James 

Capt. Richard 

William 

Wingfield 

Burrows, Sir Erasmus 
Burstead, John 

Richard 

Burstean, John 
Bursteed, Richard 
Burs ton, Daniel 
Burt, John 
Burwash, George 
Bury, John 

Bushell, George Scan- 
derbegg 

Pascho 

Butcher, Mervina 
Butler, Capt. Edmond 

Edward 

Capt. Edward 

Francis 

Sir Francis 

George 

Lieut. George 

John 

Col. John 

Peirce 

Richard 

Theophilus 

— Thomas 

Capt. Thomas 



Butterfield, John 
Buttler, Edward 

John 

Peirce 

Thomas 



Bygart, John 
Byhan, Lawrence 
Byrne, Michael 

Teige Oge 

Byron, Sir Robert 

Knt., Sir Robert 

Byss, John 

Lord Chief Baron 

Bysse, Alexander 

John 

John, Chief Baron 

of the Exchequer 



Cade, Lieut. William 
Cadogan, William 
Cadwell, John 
Cady, Peirce 
Calfe, Isaac 
Callaghan, Christopher 
Callaghane, Daniel 
Gallagher (or Kelleher) 

Ensign John 
Callendar, Ens. William 
Callender, Ens. William 
Cambell, Arthur 
Camell, John 
Campbell, Alex. 

Daniel 

Capt. Finly 

— Hugh 

Capt. Hugh 

John 

Ens. John 

Qr. Master 

John 
Campion, James 
Cample, Hugh 
Cantwell, Michael 
Capj)ock, Christopher 

Elinor 

Elizabeth 

Xpher 



Cappors, Elinor 
Cappuck, Christopher 
Caranthers, Qr. Master 

George 
Carew, James 

— ' Thomas 

Carey, Widow Anne 

Capt. David 

Lieutenant 

Mathew 

Nicholas 

Lieut. Theophilus 

Capt. Thomas 

William 

Carne, Paul 
Carny, Patrick 
Carpenter, John 

Phillip 

Capt. Phillip 



Lieut.Thomas 

Oarr, Capt. Alex. 



878 



APPENDIX. 



CaiT, John, Dean of 
Armagh 

William 

Carran, Ens. Patk. 

Patrick 

Carrey, Major George 

William 

Carrick, Thomas 

Capt. Thomas 

Carroe, Daniel 
Carroll, Daniel 
Carron, Teige 
Carry, George 
Carter, Lieut. Arthur 

John 

Ensign John 

Cornet Thomas 

Carthcarth, William 
Carthy, Cnoghor 

Edmond 

Carthyes, Teige 
Carton, Edmond 
Cartwright, Serjt. Thos. 
Cartwritch, Rohert 
Carty, Edmond 

Teige 

Cary, Peter 
— — Sir Lorenzo 
Casbone, Capt. Thomas 
Casey, Michael 
Cashell, Archbishop of 
Cassey, Ens. Charles 

Michael 

Robert 

Cassin, James 
Castlestewart, Andrew, 

Lord 
Casy, James 
Catch, Charles 
Cathcart, Capt. Adam 

Lieut. Alex. 

Gabriel 

Lieut.Gabriel 

Lieut. John 

Lieutenant 



Catts, Juu., Harman 
Causaban, Thomas 
Causabon, Capt. Thomas 
Cavan, Earl of 

Richard, Earl of 



Gather, Ens. Bernard 

Lieut. David 

Carlow (Catherlogh), 

Lord Viscount 
Catts, Harman 



Cawdron, George 
Chafiy, WiUiam 
Challener, James 
Challoner, James 
Chambers, Phillip 

Thomas 

Capt. William 

Champeon, John 

William 

Champion, John 

William 

Chapman, Thomas 
Chappell, Christr. 

George 

Chappie, Richard 
Charlemount, William, 

Lord Viscount 
Charleton, Lieut. John 
Charter, Lieut. Arthur 
Chatter, Henry 

Capt. Henry 

Cheevers, Barnaby 

Christopher 

John 

Richard 

Thomas 

William 

Cheslin, Thomas, Com- 
missary 
Chesterman, Lieut. John 
Chestwood, Thomas 
Chichester, Major Ed- 
ward 

Lieut. -Col. J ohu 

Major 

Chidley, James 

— ■ Jane 

Childs, Mr. William 
Chillam, Alderman 
Chillingworth, Thomas 
__ \ ) 

Chimney, Robert 
Christmas, Thomas 

— ^ Merchant, 

Thomas 



Chudleigh, Thomas 
Chudley, Capt. James 

Thomas 

Lieut. Thomas 

Chuite, Daniel 
Clanbrazill, Henry,Earl 
of 

James, Earl 

of 
Claneboy, James, Lord 

Visct. 
Clanrickard,Ulick,Lord 

Marquis of 
Clapham, George 
Clarck, Ens. Edward 

Vincent 

Clare, Henry 
Clarke, Aid. 

John 

Robert 

Thomas 

Widow 

( ) 

Clayton, Jane 

Col. Randal 

Col. Randol 



Col. Randolph ■ 

Thomas 

Clearke, James 
Cleare, William 
Cleere, James 

William 

Clements,Lieut. Francis 
Clerck, ( ) Vincent 

Gierke, James 
— John 

( ) 

Cleytou, Col. Kandal 
Cloane, Noraine 
Clone, James 
Clonfert, Willm., Lord 

Bishop of 
Clory, Farrell 
Close, Lieut. John 

William 

Willm. Carrig- 

master 
Closh, Eobert 
Closse. Robert 
Clothier, William 



THE " FOETY-NINE " OFPICEfeS. 



8*79 



Clottworthy, Lieut.-Col. 

James 
Clougb, Qr. Mr. Johu 

Cornet Thomas 

Clowuy, Koberfc 
Cloyd, Richard 
Coamer, William 
Cocheran, Lieut. Col. 

Lieut. Col. Hugh 

Uthird 

Cock, William 
Cockeran, Lieut. Col. 

Hugh 
Cockin, Capt. Thomas 
Cockran, Lieut. Col. 
Hugh 

Eichard 

Codd, John 

Martin 

Coghran, Lieut. Col. 
Hugh 

( ) Lieut. Col. 

Cole, Sir John 

— — Bart., Sn- John 

Michael 

Eichard 

William 

Sii- William 

Knt., Sir Wm. 

Coleman, David 

John 

Margaret 

Phillip 

Eichard 

Colherington, Capt. 

Nich. 
Colhome, Lieut. Walter 
Collett, John 
Colley, Francis 

Richard 

Collier, Eichard 
Collin, Eichard 

Thomas 

Collinges, Nicholas 
Collins, James 

John 

— John, gent. 

Julian 

Widow Julyan 

Richard 



Collins, Roger 

Thomas 

Collis, William 
Collison, Thomas 
ColloonijjLord Baron of 
Colloony.Lord Baron of 

Eichard, Lord 

Baron 
Collman, William 
Collum, Lieut. Philip 
Colman, Phillipp 
Colpois, John 

Lieut. John 

Colson, Sampson 
Coltan, Nicholas 
Colthrop, Ambrose 
Colthrope, Ens. Andrew 
Colvill, James 

^ Robert 

Capt. Robert 

Alexander 

Combe, Nicholas 
Combes, Thomas 
Combs, Thomas 
Comer, William 
Comerford, Patrick 

— Richard 

Comin, Richard 
Comine, Capt. John 

Major Phillip 

Richard 

Comoay, Ignatius 
Condon, Peirce 
Conelie, James 
Coney, Alderman 

Mrs. 

Congrave,Lieut,ChriBtr. 

Capt. Francis 

Conian, Redmond 
Coniar, Edmond 
Conine, John 
Connell, Patrick 
Conningham, Robt. 
Conningan, John 
Coningsby, Surgeon 

Humphrey 
Connock, John 
Connolly, James 
Connor, Christopher 
Conont, Roger 



Conran, of West Males- 
town 
Considen, Ens. Berby 
Consident, Mathew 
Considin, Teige 
Constable, Capt. Wm. 
Conway, David 

Edward, Lord 

Visct. 

George 

Lieut. James 

Jeane 

Joane 

Mary 

Michael 

Nicholas 

Phillipp 

William 

Cooke, Alderman 

JDoctor Allan 

Doctor Edward 

George 

Geo. of London, 

Merchant 

John 

Peter 

■ Eichard 

Alderman Richard 

Thomas 

Lieut. Thomas 

Mr. Thomas 

William 

Coolesy, Henry 
Cooley, Dudley 
Cooly, George 
Coomy, John 
Cooper, Mrs. Christian 

Lieut. Edward 

j Lieut. George 

Cornet James 

John 

Widow Mary 

Mr. 

Thomas 

Walter 

William 

Coote, Col. Chidley 

Richard, Esq. 

Thomas 

Cope, Anthony 



380 



APPENDIX. 



Cope, Capt. Walter 
Copper, Thomas 
Coppiuger, Adam 

Edmond 

James 

John 

Lady Katheriu 

Robert 

Sir Robert 

Thomas 

Coppingers, James 
Coppleston, Qr. Mr. 

George 
Corathers, Qr. Mr. 

George 
Corelt, Aid. Richard 
Corgan, William 
Corgin, Patrick 
Corkan, Katherine 
Cork City, Corporation 
of 

Edw., Lord Bishop 

of 

Cloyne and Boss, 

Edw., Bishop of 

Lord Bishop of 

Eichard, Earl of 

Robert 

Corker, Nicholas 

Robert 

Cormock, Henry 

Jeoffry of Far- 

naght 
Cormocke, John 
Cormuck, Anstace Ny 

Ellin 

Cornelius, John 
Corny, Jasper 
Corporation, The 

of Atheuree 

of Kinsale 

Corrett, Aid. Richard 
Corry, Lieut. Adam 
— — Edmond 
Corthy, Teige 
Cosby, Capt. Arnold 

— William 

Cosgrave, Lawrence 
Coshins, Widow Anne 
John 



Coslett, Lieut. John 
Cossady, Conly 
Cossedy, Conly 
Cossins, Anne 

Lieut. Henry 

Eichard 

Costly, Walter 
Cother, George 
Cotherington, Captain 
Nicholas 

— Widow 

Ens.Willm. 

Cotterell, John 
Cottin, Walter 
Cotton, Walter 

William 

Cottrell, Christr. 
Couch, John 

Ens. John 

Coughranes, Lieut.-Col. 
Coule, Abraham 
Counont, Eoger 
Courcy, Eichard 
Coursey, Richard 
Courtney, Francis 
Coury, Edward 
Coveny, Cornelius 
Covett, Eichard 

Aid. Richard 

Covley, Marcus 
Cowell, Abraham 
Cowen, James 
Cox, James 

Margery 

Mr. 

Nathaniel 

Richard 

Capt. Eichard 

Walter 

William 

Coxe, Capt. Eichard 
Coyne, Edmund 
Craddocke, William 
Cradocke, William 
Crafford, Ens. Hugh 

Qr. Mr. William 

Craford, Qr. Mr. John 
Cragh, William 
Craige, William 
Crainsbrough, Marcus I 



Craley, Capt. Chas. 

Crancklin, John 

Cranley, Capt. Chas. 

Cransbrough, Mark 

Peter 

Cranwell, Aid. 

Craven, Lieut. John 

Crawford, Abigail 

Pirice 

Lieut. Col. 

Daniel 

Elizabeth 

Hugh 

— John 

Ens. John 

' Lawrence 

Lieut. Wil- 
liam 

Lieut. Col. 

William 

Crawley, Alderman 

Edward 

George 

Eichard 

Crawly, Eichard 

Crayton, Eandal 

Creagh, Christr. 

Ellin or 

Francis 

James 

John 

Katherine 

Margaret 

Michael 

Pierce 

Eichard 

Stephen 

Thomas 

William 



Creamer, Tobias 
Creed, Francis 
Creighton, Dr. John 

Lieut. John 

Robert 

Cremyne, Thomas 
Cressey, John 
Cresswell, Eobt. 
Crew, Ens. Francis 
Crimine, Thomas 
Crips, Richard 



THE " FORTY-NINE " OFFICERS. 



881 



Crispe, Peter 
Ci'ockson, William 
Crofton, Eusigu 

. Cornet Henry 

Esq., Henry 

Ens. Richard 

: — Thomas 

Capt. Thomas 

Qr. Mr. Thomas 

Lieut. William 

Crofts, Benjamin 

Capt. Edward 

Henry 

Capt, Eobert 

Thomas 

Lieut. Thomas 

Croker, Hugh 

Capt. Hugh 

Humphrey 

John 

Lieut. John 

Walter 

Croly, Aid. Thomas 

Cromlyne, John 

Cr om well, C apt. Gregory 

Col. Vere Essex 

Col. William 

Cronells, Edmond 
Crooke, Thomas 

Unton 

Crosbie, Sir Peirce 
Crosby, David 

Col. David 

Sir John 

Pilchard 

Capt. Eichard 

Major William 

Crossby, Henry 
Crosse, John 

Thomas 

Crotty, Donnogh 
Crow, Ens. Francis 
Crowder, Luke 
Crowly, Alderman 
Cubitt, Ens. James 
Cudmore, Edmond 
Cuffe, Alexander 

Christopher 

Cull, William 
Cullen, Edward 



Culliner, Richard 
Cunigham, Ens. Henry 
Cuningham, Capt. Albert 

Andrew 

Lieut. An- 
drew 

Ens. George 

Henry 

Capt. 

James 

John 

William 



Cunningham, of Bally- 
aghan, John 

John,of Tully 

William, of 

Castle-Con- 

nigham 

Capt. Gabriel 

Lieut. Gabriel 

Lieut. George 

Ens. Henry 

Capt. James 

John 

John, of Bal- 

lyaghan,co. 

D u e g a 1, 

Esq. 
John, of 

Tully, gent. 

• — Capt. John 

Cornet John 

Ens. John 

Lieut. John 

Sir John 

Robert 

William 

Wm.of Castle- 
Cunningham, 
Esq. 

Ens. William 

Lieut. William 

Cunningsby, Humphrey 
Cunny, Nicholas, Aid. 
Cuppage, Lieut. Thomas 
Cupper, Gilbert 

Giles 

Thomas 

Curthe, Lieut. George 
Curlice, Lieut. George 



Currall, William 
Currer, Qr. Mr. James 

Doctor William 

Gurry, Ens. James 
Cursey, Edmond 
Cusack, Christopher 
Cusacke, Christr. 
Patrick 



Dadley, Humphry 
Dale, George 

Qr. Mr. John 

Daley, Daniel 
Daliell, Lieut. Col. 
Dallaway, Capt. John 
Dalton, Cornet Garret 
Daly, Derby 
Dames, Sir Paul 
Dancer, Sir Thomas 

Knt., Sir Thomas 

Dandas, James 
Daniell, Edward 

— Godfrey 

Capt. Isaacke 

Col. John 



Capt. Simpson 

Danison, Cornet Wm. 
Dannon, John 
Dantloe, Joseph 
Dapwell, William 
Darcey, James Reagh 

Martin 

Patricke 

Darcy, Andrew 

Mathew 

Mr. 

Nicholas 

of Plattiu, Nicholas 

Patrick 

Darcye, Dominick 

Francis 

Martin 

Dashfield, St. John 
Daunt, x\Lary 
Davalliere, Sir John 
Dairds, Phillip 
Davis, Francis 
Henry, Commis- 
sary 

John 

John, Executors of 



382 



APPENDIX. 



Davis, Lieut. John 

Joseph 

Sir Paul 

William 

Sir William 

Knt., Sir William 

Davison, John 

Cornet, William 

Davocke, Feador 
Davyes, John 

Kowland 

Davys, John 

Knt., Sir William 

Dawglasse, John 
Dawkins, Thomas 
Dawley, Anthony 

Eoger 

Dawson, John 
Deane, Cornet Alex. 

Gilbert 

John 

Mathew 

Oliver 

Robert 

— ■ Thomas 

Walter 

Dee, Katherine 

Michael 

Stephen 

Deeran, Richard 
Deering, Edward 

Lieut. Edward 

Delagnard, Lieut. John 
Delahide, Thomas 

William 

Dellahyde, William 
Delamaine, Richard 
Delamere, Garrett 

Richard 

De la Sale, Paule 
Delfe, David 
Dellamayne, Richard 
Delliell, Col. Thos. 
Delluck, William 
Delves, Ensign Richard 
Dellyell, Thomas 
Dempsey, Rose 
Dempsy, Murtagh 
Teige 



Denham, Doctor 
Denis, Major 
Deniston, Ens. John 
Denn, Patrick 

Thomas 

Denne, Elias 

John 

Thomas 



Dennis, Robert 
Denniston, Ens. Robert 
Denny, Abraham 

Sir Arthur 

Sir Edward 



Dixon, Alderman 

Ens. Alexander 

Richard, Esq. 



John 

Dent, Mathew 
Derby, John 
Dermond, Donnogh 
Dermott, Thady 
Derrygan, Edward 
Derryhoran alias Der- 

ryne, Henry Dillon 
Desmaneer, Lewis 
Dethrick, William 
Devaleer, Sir John 
Dereveux, of Ballyma- 

geire 
Devison, Capt. John 
Diggin, Edmond 
Dilee, David 
Dillon, Arthur 

Capt. Arthur 

Ensign Charles 

Major Carey 

Col. Carey 

Edward 

Henry 

John 

The Lady 

Lord Vise, 

Cogtellagh 

Mary 

Morris 

of Cappock 

Richard 

William 

Dingenan, Shecly 
Diriskil), Dermott 
Disney, John 
Divignan, Knogher 



Doare, Capt. Richard 
Dobb, Hugh 

Richard 

Dobbin, James 

Lieut. James 

Peter 

Pierce 

Robert 

William 

Dobby, Patrick 
Dod, Paule 
Dodwell, Henry 

William 

Dollard, Robert 
Dondon, Richard 
Donellau, Dame Sarah 
Lady Sarah 



Donnegall, Arthur, Earl 

of 
Donnelan, Ens. William 
Donnellan, Capt. Nehe- 
miah 

Lady Sarah 

Dame Sarah 



of 



Donnogh, Connor 
Donnon, William, Wag- 

gonmaster 
Donnovan, Jeremy 
Donogh, Daniell 
Donollan, Laughlin 
Doogan, John 
Dormer, Anne 
Doughty, Samuel 
Douscambes, Noblett 
Dowdall, alias Duffe, 

Anne 

Anthony 

Henry 

of Athboy, 

James 
of Athlumney, 

Laurence 
of Atherdee, 

Mathew 

Aid. Nicholas 

of Athboy 



THE " FORTY-NINE '" OFFICERS. 



888 



Dowdall, of Gallstowne 

Stephen 

Walter 

Dowdall, Walter,ofAtli- 
boy 

William 

of Glaespistole 

( ) 
ofTumore( ) 



Dowde, Christopher 
Dowines, Capt. Richard 
Dowley, Eoger 
Dowling, Patrick 

( ) 

Dowlittle, Richard 

Widow 

Dowly, Roger 

Teige 

Downeing, Hugh 
Downer, Michael 
Downes, Lewis 

Lewis, Chaplain 

Capt. Maurice 

Capt. Morris 

Downing, Lieut. John 
Downings, John 
Dowse, Ens. Richard 
Doyle, John 
Doyne, Dennis 

James 

Michael 

Doynes, Capt. Richard 
Drady, Morris 
Draycott, Henry 

Sir John 

Mr. 

Drisdall, John Chaplain 
Driver, John 
Drogheda, Corportn. of 

Earl of 

Henry, Earl of 

Dromand,Capt. William 

Lieut. -Col. 

William 
Drury, John 
Duan, Gather 
Dubancke, Edmond 

Edward 

Dubiar, Martin 



Dublin, Michael, Lord 

Archb. of 
Dudleston, Edmund 
Edward 



Dudlestowne, Edw. 
Dudley, Humphrey 
Duffe, alias Dowdell, 
Anne 

Garty Anne 

A Priest 



Connor 

James 

John 

of Athboy, Philip 

of Dublin, Richard 

Thady 

( ) 



Duglasse, Qr. Mr. John 
Dunn, Bryan 

Daniell 

Dennis 



Dun, Elias 

Thady 

Dunbar, Lieut. David 
Duubarr, John 
Dunboyne, James 

Lord 

Duncombe, Noblett 
Dundas, Lieut. Hugh 

Cornet Patrick 

Dungarvan, Minister of 
Dunkin, Anne 

John, Provost 

Marshall 

Ensign Thomas 

Dunsanj', Patrick, Lord 

Baron of 
Dunscombe, Noblett 

Aid. Noblett 

Duram, Ens. Charles 
Duran, Ens. Charles 
Durdeen, Thomas 
Durragh, Ens. Andrew 
Dutton, John 

Capt. William 

Dyar, Edward 

Chaplain, James 

Thomas 

Dyes, George 



Dykes, Ens. Penning- 
ton 
Dyson, Edward 
Eager, David 
Earuly, Sir Michael 
Earnly, Chaplain Thos. 
Eason, Thomas 
William 



East, Edward 
Samuel 



Eastwood, John 
Eaton, Simon 

Symon 

Eden, Daniel 

Capt. Daniel 



Edgeworth, John 
Edgworth, John 

Major Robert 



Edmonds, Thomas 

■ Lieut. William 

Edmondston, Anna 
Edmonston, Anna 

Archebald 

Qr. Mr. Arch. 

William 

Edwards, John 
Ekins, WiUiam 
Elliott, Lieut. Daniel 

James 

Qr. Mr. James 

Lieut. Robert 

Ellis, Major Edmund 

Major Edward 

P'oucke 

• Foulke 

Major Foulke 

Francis 

John 

Ellott, John 
Elwell, James 

Joseph 

Ellwood, Aid. Jonas 

John 

Elphin, John, Lord 

Bish. of 
Elston, Cornet Thomas 
Eltam, John 
Emmett, John 
Enrogh, William 



384 



English, Mary 

John 

Ennis, Garrett 

Erinly, Edward 

Doctor Edward 

Erriugton, Hugh 

Erskin, Capt. James 

Erwin, Capt. Gerrard 

Lieut. Col.Gerrard 

Lieut. John 

Lieut. William 

Erwine, Lieut. Col. 
Gerrard 

Erwyn, Lieut. John 

Esmond, Lawrence, 
Lord 

Lawrence 

Eston, William 

Etham, John 

Eustace, of Confey 

James 

of Confey, 

James 

Nicholas 

of Confey, Nich. 

of Confoy 

of Coufy 

of Newlands 

Thomas 

of Confey, Tho- 
mas 

of Confey ( ) 

Evalt, Edward 

Evans, George 

Lieut. George 

Evatt, Edward 

Ever, John 

Everard, Charles 

Edmond 

of Feathard, 

George 

Sir John 

Luke 

Mathew 

Kedmond 

Sir Redmond 

Evers, John 

Everton, John 

Evett, Mrs. 



Evett. Thomas 
Exham, John 
Exton, Thomas 
Eyre, Edward 
Eyres, Edward 

Chaplain Edward 

Thomas 



Fagall, Thomas 
Fagan, Christopher 

John 

William 



Faireharne, Lt. Thomas 

Fairefield, John 

F a i r e 1 y , Qr. Mast. 

Thomas 
Fairfax, Capt. Thomas 
Fairfoole, Cornet Hugh 
Fairfoule,Lieut.Richard 
Faireweather, Eichard 
Fallan, Anthony 
Faller, Cornet William 
Fanning, Thomas 
Fargushill, John 
Farley, Martin 
Farloe, Josias 
Farlow, Martin 
Farlowe, Capt. Josias 
Farly, Martin 
Farrell, Charles 

GonnellM'Mur- 

rogh 

Connor 

Donnogh 

Edward 

Francis 

Hubert 

JamesM 'Gerratt 

of Clonsinagh, 

James 
John 

of Ballycor, 

John 

MacKedagh 
Murrogh Mc- 

Therlagh 
Owen 



of Bawne, Eich- 
ard 
Eoger McBryan 



Farrell, Thomas 

William 

of Ballintobber, 

Wm. 
Farren, Thomas 
Farrer, Major John 
Lieut. John 

Sir Eobert 

Farrill, Charles 
of Killsenton, 

Connogh 

Donnogh 

Edmond 

of Arryhan, 

Hugh 
Farry, Francis 
Fay, Edward 

Garrett 

Fayrely, Qr. Mast. 

Thomas 
Fenn, Nicholas 
Fennell, Owen 
Fennor, Mr. Chaplaine 
Fentou, Cornet William 

Bart., Sir William 

William 

Fergison, Lieut. Col; 

Finly 
Ferguson, Ensign James 
Ferry, James 
Fewtrell, Edward 
Field, John 

Thomas 

William 

Willm., Vintner 



Finch, Henry 

James 

Col. James 

Capt. William 

William 

Fingall, Lube, Earl 
Finglas, Thomas 
Fisher, Capt. Henry 
John 

- — Poine 

Lieut. Eichai'd 

Thomas 

The Widow 

William 



THE " FOETY-NINF. " OFFICERS. 



885 



Fitz-Adriel,* Mich. 

Waters 
Fitz-Andrew, James 
Bodkin 

John Bodkin 

John Gallway 

— ■ John Joyce 

Marcus Browne 

Martin Blake 

Maurice Blake 

Peter Lynch 

Thomas Bodkin 

Thomas "White 

Thomas Whyte 

Walter Blake 

Willm. Lynch 

William Leech 

Fitz- Andrews, Marcus 

Browne 
Fitz- Anthony, Marcus 
Browne 

Martin Lynch 

Nicholas Blake 

Peter Browne 

Fitz-Arthur, James 
Bodkin 

Jeoffry French 

John Bodkin 

Fitz-Bartholomew, Jas. 
Lincolne 
James Lin- 
colne ; 
Fitz-Christopher, John 
Gallway | 

Laurence 

Bodkin 

Marcus Lynch: 

Fitz-Chistopher, John! 
Waters ' 
Fitz-David, David 
Myagh : 
Edmond Bod- 
kin I 

John 

John Myagh ' 



Fitz-David, Michael 
Bodkin 

Nicholas Bod- 
kin 

EichardRoch 



Fitz-Dominick, Andrew 
Browne 

David Meagh 

David Myagh 

James Terry 

JeoffreyLinch 

Patrick Terry 

Phillip Eoch 



FitzDominicke, Andrew 
Browne 

James Terry 

John French 

Fitz-Edmond, David 

Terry 
David Thirry 

Edmond 

Browne 

Edward 

Browne 

George Gold 

GeorgeGould 

John French 

John Roch 

Thomas 

Browne 
Fitz-Edmund, David 

Terry 
Dominick 

Tirry _ 
John Coppin- 

ger 
Fitz-Edward David 

Lewis 
David Lom- 
bard 

George Gould 

Fitz-Edwards, John 

Roch 
Fitz-Esmond, Edward 
Browne 



Fitz-Francis, John Ker- 

rowan 
Fitz-Galway, Philboy 

Eoch 
Fitz-Geffry, John Lynch 

John Martin 

Fitz- George, F r a s . 
French 

Patrick Oge 

French 

Philip Eoch 

Richard Eoch 

Richard Terry 

ThomasGould 

WalterLynch 



Fitz-Gerald, Edmond 

Garrett 

Gerald 

of Lackagh, 

James 

Sir Luke 

Michael 

of Osbison, 

Morish 

William 

( ) 



Fitz-Gerraid, Barbara 
Edward 



John 

Lieutenant 



St. Luke 

Master 

Maurice 

Morris 

Nicholas 

■ Lieut. Nicholas 

Eichard 

Eichard Geo. 

Eoch 
Robert 



Fitz-Gregorie, Anthony 

Browne 
Fitz-Gregory, Martin 

French 
Fitz-Harris, Thomas 



* Fitz-Adriel : In our opinion " Watei's " is the sirname in this case : the name 
as it appears to us should read " Michael ^^^aters, son of Adriel." A similar remark, 
we think, may apply to most of the names commencing with "Fitz, "in this List. 
But the unhappy state of society in Ireland in the Commonwealth ]ieriod may, 
perhaps, account for the assumption of the new siruames. 



888 



APPENDIX. 



Furloiige, John 
Futrell (uow " Fotrell") 

Edwd. 
Fyau, Alderman 

Cassandra 

Melcher 

Fyfe, Sarjant James 
Galbraith, Cornet 

Andrew 

Lieut. Arcliibald 

James 

Captain James 

Qr. Master Mal- 

colme 

Lieut, Col. Robert 

Qr. Mast. Robert 

Galbreth, Lieut. Archld. 
Qr. ]\Iaster Mal- 

colme 
Gale, Lieut. James 

Rowland 

Gallagher, Kllinor 
Gallmoy, The Lord 
Gallogher, James 
Gallway, David 

Dominick 

Edward 

Sir Geoffrey 

Geofi'ry 

James 

Jeffry 

Sir Jeffery 

John 

Patrick 

Eichard 

Walter 

William 

f///r7.s-, Gallassy, 

Willm. 
William 

( ) 

Galway, Christopher 

Edward 

John 

• Katheriue 

Luke 

Gamball, George 

Thomas 

Gambell, Anthony 
' Archibald 



Gambell, George 
Nicholas 



Gambol], George 
Game, William 
Games, Capt. Thomas 
Ganies, John 
Garden, George 
Gardiner, Capt. Richard 
Gardner, Edward 

Henry 

John 

Robert 

Garner, James 
Garrett, James 

Nicholas 

Garnett, Lieut. William 

Garry, Henry 

Garty, aliaa D u f f e , 

Anne 
Garvan, Lieut. John 
Gascoigne, Ellin 

Thomas 

Gascoygne, Ellin 

Thomas 

Gavan, Richard 
Gawlej', Daniel 
Gawnan, Thomas 
Gawne, William 
Gay, Charles 

Christopher 

John 

Julyan 



Gayden, John 
Gayne, William 
Gaynes, Ellin 

John 

Gealagh (now " Moone") 

Jolm 
Gearing, Qr. Mast. 

Richard 
Gee, Nathaniel ^ 

Geffard, Sir John ! 

Dame Martha j 

Hart., Sir Thomas! 

Gelagh, John (see '-Gea- 
lach ") i 

Nicholas 

Eichard 

Gel], John 

Geuniugs, John ) 



George, Archbd., Wag- 
gonmaster 

Stephen 

Gerald, John 
Geraldiue, Edmond 
Gernon, Christopher 
Gerrald, Ellinor 

John 

Gerwyn, David 
Gethin, Capt. Richard 
Sir Eicliard 

Bart., Sir Eichard 

Knt., Sir Richard 

Gething, Sir Richard 
Gethinge, Sir Richard 
Gaydon, John 

( . ) 

Gibbon, Richard 

Gibbons, Charles 

Richard 

Gibbs, Ens. George 

Ens. James 

John 

Lieut. Col. William 

Gibson, Ens. Daniell 

Major 

Surgeon Nathaniel 

Richard 

Col. Richard 

Col. Seafowle 

Gifford, Sir John 

Dame Martha 



Gilbert, George 

Sir George 

WiUiam 

Lieut. William 

Sir William 

Gilborne, Lieut. Willm. 
Gilburnc, Lieut.Thomas 
Gilchrist, Thomas 
Giles, George 
Gill, Alexander 

Edward 

Thotcas 

Gilliard, John 
Gilliflower, Thomas 
Givan, George 
Glaine, William 
Glasney, John 
Glen, Archiliald 



THE " FORTY-NINE " OFFICERS. 



889 



Glen, Ens. William 

Gledston (now "Glad- 
stone ") Ensign James 

Gledston, Capt. John 

Glover, Henry 

Gobbdll, Edward 

Goble, Edward 

Goddwyn, Edward 

Godsalve, William 

Godwyn, Edward 

Goffney, Nicholas 

Gold, Adam 

Christopher 

David 

Edmond 

George 

Jun., George 

Henry 

alw)i Conway, Jeane 

John 

ofBrianstown,John 

Peirs 

Thomas 

William 

Golden, of Pierstown, 
James 

Gollins, Gilbert 

Good, Humphry 

Goodfellow, James 

Cornet James 

Goodwin, Paul 

Cornet William 

Goodwyn, Paul 

Goold, Adam 

George 

Henry 

James 

John 

Patrick 

Peirce 

Philip 

Thomas 

Goran, Patrick 

Gorban, Derby 

Gordan, James 

Gordans, George 

Gordon, Adam 

James, Chaplaine 

— — William 

Gore, Arthur 



Gore, Sir Arthur 

Bart., Sir Arthur 



' Capt. Piobert 

Thomas 

Gorey, Henry 
Gormonstowne, Lord 
Gornett, Gilbert 
Gough, Edward 

Mr. P'rancis 

Patrick 

Thomas 

Gould, Adam 

Daniel 

David 

Francis 

George 

Henry 

James 

Jane 

Joane 

alUts Conway, 

Joane 

John 

Michael 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peirce 

Phillip 

Thomas 

Walter 

William 

( . ) I 

Goulde, Peirce 
Gouldingof Piercetowne 
Gourdcn, Col. George 
Gourdon, James 
Goutley, John 
Gove, Cornet John 
Gower, Henry 

Capt. John 

Thomas 



Graham, David 

Ijieut. David 

Capt. Edward 

P'rancis 



Capt. Francis 

Capt. George 

Hans 

John 

Mrs. 

Peter 

Lieut. liichard 

Piobert 

Lieut. Piobert 

Samuel 

Thomas 

Capt. Thomas 



Gowman, John 
Gownan, William 
Gowry, Henry ] 

Grace, John 

William 

Grady, Lieut. Darby 

John 

Graham, Lieut. Arthur 
Major Arthur 



Lieut. Thomas 

Major Thomas 

The Widow 

William 

Capt. William 

Cornet William 

Major William 



Graines, Edward 
Grandison, John 

John, Lord 

Granier, Capt. Isaac 
Grant, Mathew 

William 

Grantham, Gabriel 
Grassen, Elizabeth 
Graunt, Jasper 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Graves, Edward 
Gray, Charles 

Nathaniel 

William 

Gray don, of Irishtown 
Green, Ens. John 
Greene, Lieut. Clement 

Eliah 

George 

Capt. Godfrey 

Ens. John 

Nicholas 

Qr. Mast. Thomas 

William 

Greenham, Henry 
Greenshall, Lieut.Math. 



888 



APPENDIX. 



Furlonge, John 
Futrell (now " Fotrell") 

Edwd. 
Fyan, Alderman 

Cassandra 

Melcher 

Fyfe, Sarjaut James 
Galbraith, Cornet 

Andrew 

Lieut. Archibald 

James 

Captain James 

Qr. Master Mal- 

colme 

Lieut. Col. Eobert 

Qr. Mast. Robert 

Galbreth, Lieut. Archld. 
Qr. Master Mal- 

colme 
Gale, Lieut. James 

Rowland 

Gallagher, Ellinor 
Gallmoy, The Lord 
Gallogher, James 
Gallway, David 

Dominick 

Edward 

Sir Geoffrey 

Geoffry 

James 

Jeffry 

Sir Jeffery 

John 

Patrick 

Kichard 

Walter 

William 

rt/zas, Gallassy, 

Willm. 
William 

( .) 

Galway, Christopher 

Edward 

John 

Katherine 

Luke 

Gamball, George 

Thomas 

Gambell, Anthony 

„ Archibald 



Gambell, George 
Nicholas 



Gamboll, George 
Game, William 
Games, Capt. Thomas 
Ganies, Joha 
Garden, George 
Gardiner, Capt. Eichard 
Gardner, Edward 

— Henry 

John 

Robert 

Garner, James 
Garrett, James 

Nicholas 

Garnett, Lieut. William 

Garry, Henry 

Garty, alias D u f f e , 

Anne 
Garvan, Lieut. John 
Gascoigne, Ellin 

Thomas 

Gascoygne, Ellin 

Thomas 

Gavan, Richard 
Gawley, Daniel 
Gawnan, Thomas 
Gawne, William 
Gay, Charles 

Christopher 

John 

Julyan 



Gayden, John 
Gayne, William 
Gaynes, Ellin 
John 



Gealagh (now "Moone") 

JoliQ 
Gearing, Qr. Mast. 

Richard 
Gee, Nathaniel 
Geffard, Sir John 

Dame Martha 

Bart., Sir Thomas 

Gelagh, John (see '*Gea- 
lach ") 

Nicholas 

Kichard 



Gell, John 
Gennings, John 



George, Archbd., Wag- 
gonmaster 

Stephen 

Gerald, John 
Geraldine, Edmond 
Gernon, Christopher 
Gerrald, Ellinor 

John 

Gerwyn, David 
Gethin, Capt. Eichard 

Sir Eichard 

Bart., Sir Eichard 

Knt., Sir Eichard 

Gething, Sir Eichard 
Gethinge, Sir Richard 
Gaydon, John 

( ) 

Gibbon, Richard 

Gibbons, Charles 

Richard 

Gibbs, Ens. George 

Ens. James 

John 

Lieut. Col. William 

Gibson, Ens. Daniell 

Major 

Surgeon Nathaniel 

Richard 

Col. Eichard 

Col. Seafowle 



Gifford, Sir John 
Dame Martha 



Gilbert, George 

Sir George 

William 

Lieut. William 

Sir William 

Gilborne, Lieut. Willm. 
Gilburne, Lieut. Thomas 
Gilchrist, Thomas 
Giles, George 
Gill, Alexander 

Edward 

Thomas 



Gilliard, John 
Gilliflower, Thomas 
Givan, George 
Glaine, William 
Glasney, John 
Glen, Archibald 



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889 



Glen, Ens. William 

Gledston (now " Glad- 
stone ") Ensign James 

Gledston, Capt. John 

Glover, Henry 

Gobbell, Edward 

Goble, Edward 

Goddwyn, Edward 

Godsalve, William 

Godwyn, Edward 

Goffney, Nicholas 

Gold, Adam 

Christopher 

David 

— — Edmond 

George 

Jun., George 

Henry 

alins Conway, Jeane 

John 

ofBrianstowiijJohn 

Peirs 

■ Thomas 

William 

Golden, of Pierstown, 
James 

Gollins, Gilbert 

Good, Humphry 

Goodfellow, James 

Cornet James 

Goodwin, Paul 

Cornet William 

Goodwyn, Paul 

Goold, Adam 

George 

Henry 

James 

John 

Patrick 

Peirce 

Philip 

Thomas 

Goran, Patrick 

Gorban, Derby 

Gordan, James 

Gordans, George 

Gordon, Adam 

James, Chaplaine 

— — William 

Gore, Arthur 



Gore, Sir Arthur 

Bart., Sir Arthur 

— — Capt. Robert 

Thomas 

Gorey, Henry 
Gormonstowne, Lord 
Gornett, Gilbert 
Gough, Edward 

Mr. Francis 



Patrick 

Thomas 



Gould, Adam 

Daniel 

David 

Francis 

George 

Henry 

James 

Jane 

Joane 

alias Conway, 

Joane 

John 

Michael 

Nicholas 

Patrick 

Peirce 

Phillip 

Thomas 

Walter 

William 

Goulde, Peirce 
Gouldingof Piercetowne 
Gourden, Col. George 
Gourdon, James 
Goutley, John 
Gove, Cornet John 
Gower, Henry 

Capt. John 

Thomas 

Gowman, John 
Gownau, William 
Gowry, Henry 
Grace, John 

William 

Grady, Lieut. Darby 

John 

Graham, Lieut. Arthur 
Major Arthur 



Graham, David 

Lieut. David 

Capt. Edward 

Francis 

Capt. Francis 

Capt. George 



Hans 

John 

Mrs. 

Peter 

Lieut. Richard 

■ Kobert 

Lieut. Kobert 

Samuel 



Thomas 

Capt. Thomas 



Lieut. Thomas 

Major Thomas 

The Widow 

William 

Capt. William 

Cornet William 

Major William 

Graines, Edward 
Grandison, John 

John, Lord 

Granier, Capt. Isaac 
Grant, Mathew 

William 

Grantham, Gabriel 
Grassen, Elizabeth 
Graunt, Jasper 

Mary 

Nicholas 

Graves, Edward 
Gray, Charles 

Nathaniel 

— — William 
Gray don, of Irishtown 
Green, Ens. John 
Greene, Lieut. Clement 

Eliah 

George 

Capt. Godfrey 

Ens. John 

Nicholas 

Qr. Mast. Thomas 

William 

Greenham, Henry 
Greenshall, Lieut.Math. 



APPENDIX. 



Greenville, Sir Kich. 
Greenway, Capt. Henry 
Greeuweile, Sir Kich. 
Greere, Capt. Alex. 

John 

Lieut. Lancelot 

Gregery, Capt. Roger 
Gregg, John 
Gregory, Capt. 

Giles 

John 

Capt. Koger 

Greige, Lt. John 
Grey, Capt. Henry 

Widow 

Gridlestone, Thomasin 
Griffin, Daniel 

Morris 

Morris, Marshal 

Griffiith, Edward 

Capt. Edward 

Lieut. Edward 

John 

Major John 

William 

Gregorry, John 
Grimstone, Barnaby 
Groare, Capt. Alex. 
Grogan, Cornelius 

Patrick 

G r o s V e n o r, Lieut. 
Samuel 

Sampson 

Grove, Cornet John 

Major John 

Grovener, Lieut. 
Groves, Grace 

Thomas 

Lieut. Thomas 

Gudor, Alexander 
Gullock, Edmund 
Guppy, William 
Gwan, Qr. Mast. James 
Gwane, Qr. Mast. Wil- 
liam 
Gwinn, Daniel 
Gwynn, Magdelin 
Gyles, John 
Gynnings, John 
Hacher, Ellin 



Hacher, Widow Ellen 

Henry 

Hacker, Capt. Walter 
Hacket, Thomas 
Hackett, Andrew 

Edmond 

John 

Richard 

Thomas 

Hackitt, John 
Hacth, John 
Haddock, Lieut. James 
Haire, Capt. James 
Hales, Edward 
Halfepenny, James 
Haley, James 

John 

Mathew 

Eichard 

Thomas 

Hall, Edmond 

Francis 

Henry 

John 

Widow Julian 

Robert 

Quarter Master 

Robert 
Hallet, George 
Halley, Capt. Christr. 

James 

John 

Nicholas 

Hally, Mathew 
Halpen, Dennis 
Haly, David 

John 

Nicholas 

Paul 

Richard 

SymoD 

Thomas 

Hamble, Piobert 
Hamblin, Capt. 
Hamil, Lieut. Mathew 
Hamill, Qr. Mast. John 

Lieut. Mathew 

Hamlen, ( ) 
Hamlin, John 
— Patrick 



Hamlin, Wm.of Smyths- 
town 

( ) 

Hammond, Col. Edwd. 
Hamond ( ) 
Hamilton, Capt. ^^lex. 

Lieut. Alex. 

Capt. Andrew 

Capt. Archibald 

Dame Beatrice 

Captain 

— Cuttbert 

alias Crawford, 

Eliz. 

Captain Francis 

Cornet Francis 

Ens. Francis 

Sir P'rancis 

Gawen 

Sir Hance 

Capt. Hans 

Lieut. Col. Hans 

Major Hans 

Sir Hans 

Ens, Hugh 

Lieut. Hugh 

James 

Capt. James 

ofBallyburrough 

Capt. James 
of Nealeswood, 

Capt. James 
James, Carriage 

Mr. 

James, Chaplain 

Ens. James 

Lieut. James 

John 

Captain John 

Col. John 

Lieut. John 

John, Qr. Mast. 

Major 

Mathew 

— Robert 

Capt. Robert 

Lieut. Robert 

Quarter Master 

Eobert 
William 



toE " FORTY-NINE " OFFICERS. 



ddl 



Hamilton, Willm,, of 
Downpatrick 

Capt. William 

Capt. Wm., of 

Kinnaird, co. 

Tyrone 

Lieut. Wm. 

Lieut.Col-Willm. 

Major. William 

Knt., Sir Willm. 

Hancock, Christopher 
Hencocke, ( ) 
Hand, William 
Handcock, Thomas 
Handerson. William 
Hanefor, John 
Hanna, Robert 
Hannah, Sir Robert 
Hannay, Qr, Mr. James 

Sir Robert 

Hansham, Nicholas 
Hansor, Honora 

John 

Hanraghan, William 
Harconrt, John 

Capt. John 

Hardiman, William 
Harding, Hugh 

Philip 

Major William 

Hardwick, Willm. 
Harford, John 

Martin 

Patrick 

Peter 

Harison,Qr.Mr. Michael 

William 

Harley, Thomas 
Harman, Capt. Edw. 
Harmon, Lieut. Anthony 

Henry 

Capt. Robert 

Sir Thomas 

Harries, Lieut. Edward 

William 

Harrington, Henry 

James 

Lucie 

Col. Villiers 

Harris, Christopher 



Harris, Lieut. Edward 

George 

Philip 

Richard 

Stephen 

Thomas 

William 



Harrison, Lawrence 
Harriss, Stephen 
Hart, Capt. George 

Henry 

Harte, Richard 

Capt. Richard 

Rich., Corpl. of the 

Field 

Jun., Richard 

Hartlie, Jeremy 
Hartly, Jeremy 
Hartwell, Capt. Rich. 

Thomas 

William 

Harvest, Dr. Thomas 
Harvey, Thomas 
William 



Haslau, Francis 
Hastings, Cornet John 
Lieut. John 



Hatch, John 
Hathorne, Capt. James 
Hatte, Widow Martha 
Cornet Symon 



Hatten, Richard 
Hatton, Richard 
Haughton, James 
John 



Haushavane, Nichs. 
Havens, John 
Hawkes, Elias 
Haweshead, Richd. 
Hawkings, John 
Hawkins, Lieut. John 

John 

Joseph 

Hawley, Capt. Christr. 
Hawman, Ens. Richard 
Hawkshaw, Mr. 
Hawkshea, Richard 
Hawks worth, Ens. John 
Hawton, John 
Hay, Jasper 



Hay, Mathew 

]\Iorgan 

Thomas 

Walter 

Haydon, Richard 
Hayes, John 

Thomas 

Ilayle, John 
Hayley, Richard 
Hays, David 

George 

John 



Hea, Morgan 
Hearebread,CornetJohn 
Hearles, Nicholas 
Heatlicock, William 
Hebron, Alexander 
Hedigau, John 

Richard 

Heming, William 
Henderson, Capt. Andw. 

Qr. Mr. John 

Lieut. Walter 

William 

Henley, Ens. Henry 
Henly, Qr. Mr, James 
Richard 



Heron, Qr. Mr. Duncan 

Herricke, James 
Hervy, William 
Hestor, Thomas 
H e t h r i n g 1 n, Ens. 

Arthur 
Hetherington, Lieut. 

William 
Hewetson, Thomas 
Hewlett, George 

Mary 

Hewson, Christopher 
Hey, Thomas 
Heyden, W^idow 
Heydon, Thomas 
Heyford, Ens. Owen 
Heyne, John 
Hickman, Capt. Andrew 

Gregorie 

Capt. Luke 

Walter 

Hicks, John 

Hide, Capt. William 



892 



APPENDIX. 



Hill, Capt. Edward 

James 

Jolm 

Moyses 

Robert 

Hillman, Capt. Thomas 
Hillyard, Willm. 
Hindes, Jarvis 

Jervas 

HindersoD, Capt. Andr. 
Hinds, Jervis 
Hine, Feragh 
Hinton, Cornet John 
Hippen, Ens. Henry 
Hippon, Henry 
Hiraghty, Luke 
Hisland, Lawrence 
Hitchins, Thomas 
Hoare, John 

Mathew 

Michael 

Patrick 

Walter 

■ William 

Hoath, Alex., Merchant 
Hobber, Widow 
Hobbs, Hugh 
Hobson, George 
Hodder, John 

— Col. John 

■ Mathew 

William' 

Alder. Willm. 

Hodger, James 
Hodges, James 
Hodgeson, John 
Hodgkinson, Hugh 
Hodierne, Thomas 
Hoey, Sir John 

William 

Hogane, Ens. Derby 
Hogg, Lieut. Col. John 
Holcroft, Abraham 

Capt. Chas. 

Holden, Robert 
Holgate, Anne 
Holland, John 

Ens. Roger 

Hollcombe, Ellinor 
Capt. Willm. 



Hollcroft, Abraham 
H oiling, Eobert 
Hollinge, Robert 
HoUinger, Eobert 
Holliock, Richard 
Holliwood, John 
Holmes, Alexander 

Lieut. Alex. 

Qr. Mr. James 

Ens. James 

John 

Thomas 

Ens. Willm. 

William 

Holliday, Corporal 
Holt, Joseph 
Homes, John 
Hood, James 

ji^iu-, James 

sen., James 

John 

Patrick 

William 

Hooper, George 
Hopkins, William 
Horan, David 
Hore, Edmond 

James 

John 

William 

Horrible, Rowland 
Horseman, Anthony 

Cornet Anthony 

Hoskins, John 
Houghton, John 
Hougton, Patrick 
Houldenby, Roger 
Houston, Patrick 

Lieut. Robert 

the Younger, 

Robert 
Hovedeu, Lieut. -Col. 
Hovenden, Lieut. -Col. 

— Nicholas 

Howard, Francis 

Griffith 

Thomas 

Wm., Chaplain 

Howell, Jolm 
— William 



Howlett, Theodore 
Howletts, Theodore 
Howley, Thomas 
Howlinge, Thomas 
Howston, Qr. Master 
Patrick 

Robert 

Capt. Robert 

the Younger, 

Robert 
Hoyle, Lieut. Joseph 
Hubbard, John 
Hubble thorne. Col. 
Hudson, Eleazar 

Henry 

Richard 

Huettson, Capt. George 
Huitson, Christopher ' 
Hughes, John 

Robert 

Thomas 

Walter 

Hull, EHzabeth 

George 

of Dublin, gent. 

Julian, Widow 

Mrs. 

Mrs., Widow 

William 

Hume, Capt. Lieut. John 

Patrick 

Humes, Patrick 
Hummugs, Capt. John 
Huuckes, Dame Anne 

Sir Foulke 

Hunkes, Francis 
Huncks, Sir Foullke 
Huuly, Richard 
Hunt, Henry 

John 

Capt. John 

— — Capt. Thomas 

Capt. Vere 

William 

Hurley, Katheriue 

Thomas 

Sir Thomas 

Hurly, John 

Kate 

Patrick 



iHE " FORTY-NINE " OFFICERS. 



893 



Hurly, Symon 

Thomas 

Hurst, William 

Hamberston 

H umbers ton 

William 

Hussey, Luke 

Luke, of Westown 

Hutcbins, Widow 
Hutchinsou, Aid. 

Henry 

Hutson, William 
Hutt, Symon 
Hutton, Philip 
Hyde, John 

Capt. Willm. 

Ingolsby, Major George 
Ireland, Ens. Philip 
Irvine, Capt. Gerard 
Jackson, Edmond 

Isaack 

Jane 

John 

Eoger 

Ensign Roger 

William 

Jaggers, Thomas 
James, Qr. Mr. Christr. 
Christopher 

Joseph 

Thomas 

Jamott, Lieut. Col. 
Jaques, Ens. George 
Jeffereys, James 

William 

Jeffererys, James 
Jefford, Sir John 
Jeffrey, John 
Jeffryes, William 
Jemmings, Thomas 
Jenkins, Benjamin 

Ens. Morgan 

Jephson, John 

Capt. John 

Esq., John 

Capt. Norris 

Major-Gen.Willm. 

Jerdon, Robert 
Jeruim, David 
Jervis, Humphrey 



Jervys, Humphry 
Johnson, Archbd. 

Cornet. Archbd. 

David 

Ens. David 

Lieut. Fredk. 

Qr. Mr. George 

John 

Col. John 

Cornet John 

Mary 

Mathew 

Esq., Robert 

Thomas 

Lieut. Walter 

William 

( ) 

Johnston, Alexr. 

Humphr